The REAL Studio Tour – Storage

Vicki at Field Trips in Fiber has been hosting a REAL studio tour link up. This week she asked and shared her ideas for storage. My favorite storage containers are vintage enamelware containers like this:

I collect all shapes and sizes but prefer the rectangular ones with lids.





I have a white cabinet where I store my studio dies.

The milk crate in there really helps. I need to add another for smaller dies. And this is how I store most of my fabric.

What a mess!

Check out the links at Vicki’s for some great storage ideas.

The REAL Studio Tour

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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8 Responses to The REAL Studio Tour – Storage

  1. I had no idea one could find this enamelware. I love the look. And the connection with the past.
    Leeanna Paylor

  2. Vicki W says:

    Your basket system is fantastic but I absolutely love the enamelware collection. What fun to collect something that’s also useful.

  3. elle says:

    I have some enamel ware I’m saving for my future wet workshop. I’ve not seen ones with lids. Lovely

  4. Michal says:

    I love enamelware with lids. Such a great idea. I need to go find some now.

  5. MA says:

    I have one of those pretty enamel boxes (currently used as a first aid kit)…I love the way you’ve used your collection. AND – I don’t think your fabric storage is a mess. I think it looks really organized and the bright colours make it decorative as well.

  6. Sharon - IN says:

    Vintage in a sewing room is just plan fun and adds a nice personality too!

  7. Love your storage ideas!

  8. Audrey says:

    Great ideas Katy! Love the enamelware. I may just have to go hunting 😉

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