A couple weeks ago we posted a video on how to KonMari Your Stash and you all loved it! You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/TnHqmf–SZg
In that video I showed you how we fold fat eighths, fat quarters, half yards and yard cuts so that everything is uniform in size and stored vertically so you can easily see what you have, and what you need.
But you all had LOTS of questions about fabric folds I didn’t cover in the video and most of them were on the same topics, so we made a second video to answer your questions.
In this one we show you how the KonMari folding method can be used for larger cuts of fabric and apparel or home decor fabric, what do I do with fat quarter bundles, or odd sized left overs from applique.
I hope this helps you all get organized so you can get creative surrounded by the beauty of your fabric stash!
Here are the bins I use in the video that are available at Target.
Y Weave Small (used for fat eighths, fat quarters and half yards): https://www.target.com/p/y-weave-small/-/A-53816527?preselect=16554613#lnk=sametab
Y Weave Medium (used for one yard cuts): https://www.target.com/p/y-weave-medium-storage-bin-white-room-essentials-153/-/A-14469240
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