Sewing your way to organization with fabulous DIY storage solutions

The holiday season is over, the weekend was lovely. We stretched the season out with a trip to the pantomime plus my daughters birthday celebrations. But its time to get the house straight. I don’t know about you but I have an urge to clean and tidy the house – to get organized. Is it something about January? The excess of Christmas?

Looking to orgnaize your home? Love pretty fabrics? sew up some fabulous DIY storage solutions with these great tutorials for around your home #DIYorganization #DIYstorage #storagesolutions

Here are some great items to sew, to add a touch of organization to your home – anything to make an organization spree more appealing (I’m inherently untidy!)

DIY Sewn Storage Solutions

Cable roll

Tidy up all your loose cables with this handy cable organizer. Find the tutorial here.

Cable roll tiday - handy cable roll perfect for storing the cabels to various electronic devices

Knitting needle case

Tidy up your knitting needle cases with this handy knitting needle case, perfect for your crochet hooks too. Find the instructions here.

Bunk bed bag

Do your children have bunk beds? Organise them with bunk bed organizer. Several pockets for a torch, drinks bottle, book, or tablet. The tutorial can be found here.

 

DIY Children’s Bookcase

Not quite sewing but it does involve fabric…! I love this idea from Get Your Crap Together

Fabric baskets

These are just beautiful from Tea and a Sewing Machine

Fabric wall hanger

I love this Denim Pocket Wall Organiser from Pillar Box Blue, perfect for teddy’s, books, toys – anything!

Do you have a favourite fabric based organisational tool?? Looking for further inspiration? Check out my thrifty organised sewing room.

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3 thoughts on “Sewing your way to organization with fabulous DIY storage solutions”

  1. thank you madam, i shall try to make the best use of these most productive preoccupations. especially the children’s bunk bed organizer.

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