Last year we released two videos on how I fold and organize my fabric stash. You loved it, but many of you wanted to just see the folding.
So I’ve recreated a supercut of both videos, that gets right down to how to fold your fabric so it can be stored vertically so you can see everything you have at a glance, and can fit the most fabric in possible in your space.
With this method I am easily able to fit 12.5 yards in basket the size of a shoe box. Plus everything looks neat, tidy and beautiful. Watch the whole video, or check out the time codes below to get to the section you want to watch.
How to fold your stash:
Fat eighths 1:17
Fat quarter 2:12
Half yard 3:14
One yard 4:02
Fat quarter Bundles 6:06
Applique pieces 7:04
Large cuts of fabric 8:34
Garment fabric 10:46
Project organization 12:57
Here’s the baskets and storage containers I used in the video …
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
Scrapbook cases (used for project storage … this is an affiliate link): https://amzn.to/2QdZC1O
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