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Beautiful and practical ways to safely store your yarn and craft stashes.
All About Ami used corrugated plastic to create dividers inspired by our Lion Brand Yarn Studio display.
Use magazine files for yarn storage on shelves. Genius.
Use a toilet paper tube to wind your yarn into neat little balls.
Would you like sugar with your WIP or just yarn? Check out other storage ideas from The Yarn Box
What a great idea when working projects with scraps such as granny squares.
Such a cool idea!
More of a yarn lover than wine lover? No problem!
Can't it be both? :)
Hell yeah Austin!
Yarn storage! Cheap storage! Maybe on the back of the closet door.
Where did you get the unit or is it a combination of units? I want to recreate this on my wall at home but can't find a unit that wide and tall, just the 3 pegs tall by 13 pegs total unit on eBay. Thanks....
A fun and creative way to keep your stitch markers all in one place.
This makeup brush roll tutorial using a sushi mat can easily be used to store your #crochet hooks.
A five tier organization system great for storing yarn!
I like that storage
Organization Now! Get your stuff in order with this free #crochet hanging basket pattern on Moogly!
Now this is a creative way of showing off your stash! You could really arrange this to show off some beautiful colorways.
How-To: Six-Pack Craft Caddy #DIY #crafts
..except in Texas it would have to be an empty 6 pack of Shiner!
Perfect for the college crafter!
Great ideas on what to do with all those knitting and crochet gauge swatches. Great decor idea for a craft room!
The lazy among us (me) might ask, "What's a swatch???"
This is amazing! I hope I can get around to making a few of these soon. Are they pinned/glued in at all, I wonder?
This is a really cool idea for yarn storage... now, if you could also just install a plastic sheet for a cover over the wall. Must - protect - from - dust!
Very smart way to organize yarn. Love It!
My cat would love this!
Good insulation too!
Guess I'm lucky, because it's been up for over a year and it's not dusty and has no moths!
needle storage....brilliant (if you have small needles ;-) )
Knitting project bag. So clever!
@Sandy Patten Huff- you so need this!!
DIY yarn holder #tutorial
@Julie Conley. very cute.
I love this!!!
That's really clever!
I love the rulers. They can be really handy after your grandchildren have been helping you knit and stretched out your measuring tape.
Get & Stay Organized This Fall! #yarn #knit #crochet
Organize shelving: quick & simple way to keep your #yarn stash organized!
Origami Lotus Project Bag, perfect for #yarn storage! By ladydanio via Flickr
I am so making this soon! Oh no!!! where is the pattern?
Yes...please do tell...where can we find the pattern?
It is just a square with the ends folded back, the sides sewn, and a tightener at the folds. Very simple design.
PVC pipes for storage of shoes (and by shoes I mean #yarn)
Click on pic and see 30 other DIY projects. Some very clever ideas
Now I know what to have Bob make me to store my yarn stash!
I've been looking for ideas to store my stash too. I wonder if it's freestanding.
I can't wait to try this. We have an art room. It looks like something that can be stacked and affixed to the wall? Going to try it!
I really like this :-)
Use wire baskets to display and organize your yarn and projects! Via the Loopy Ewe
Fabric storage box tutorial from Make It and Love It. Perfect place for your stash and projects!
Old dresser with drawers removed. Great idea for organizing your stash!
I like it! But it doesn't look like an old dresser to me. Looks like a newly built and painted shelving unit. Dressers usually just have a bar across the front with tracks on the sides for the drawers. Still- a really nice looking piece!
great idea for an old dresser I have stored in the garage.
very clever and a very neat and tidy way to grow your stash!
IKEA Hackers: Yarnbombing Station
that would be great for ribbon too!
I was thinking the same thing -- great for ribbon. The yarns hanging out are a bit too much for me, but still a great idea.