Do you guys remember the post that I made back in October showing you how my husband made some shelves for my craft closet?
Remember this was the before?
Pretty disorganized right?
As of last week, this is what it looked like. Still not how I wanted it, but getting closer.
I used several ball jars to hold some of my various notions.
On my Christmas list, were comic book backing boards.
Not because I read comics and needed somewhere to store my latest Spiderman adventure, but because I heard around blogland, that you could use them as mini fabric bolts.
Guess what? They work!
Check out my fabric storage now.
Some of the bulkier fabrics (felt, fleece) are hard to store on the bolt, but the smaller fabrics work just great on there.
It makes it so easy to see what fabrics I have now. And I must say, after using all 100 boards (and needing more!), I feel like I may have a little bit of a fabric addiction.
Did you notice the two new can lights? Those are new.
My handy hubby installed those to give me a little bit of extra light over my work area.
He installed a light switch right next to my sewing area and he also put two new outlets into the wall.
Before, the only outlet was at the front of my closet and I had to string an extension cord to plug in my machine. Also, because the table is so deep he had to splice the cords on both my sewing machine and serger and make them longer. Both outlets work great!