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Fat Quarter Gang – Organizing Bucket Tutorial

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Hey, head over to the Art Gallery Fabrics Blog and check out my tutorial for a divided organizing bucket. I used mine in my car, but they’re great for bookshelves, bedside tables, or anywhere you need a little organizing help.

If you’re here from Art Gallery’s blog, welcome!

Leave me a comment telling me about your favorite way to organize and you could win a stack of Color Me Retro fabrics for own.

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61 Thoughts on “Fat Quarter Gang – Organizing Bucket Tutorial

  1. Ikea, Ikea, Ikea, haha!

  2. Jessica on February 28, 2013 at 8:45 am said:

    Baskets and Buckets, that’s generally how I organize! I love your tutorial for the in organizer bucket. Thank you!

  3. What a great car accessory and a wonderful tutorial! Thanks for a chance to win some of Color Me Retro – I’ve had my eye on these fabrics!

  4. Karen Addleman on February 28, 2013 at 7:06 pm said:

    I use a lot of baskets and plastic storage totes.

  5. I use plastic storage totes, so that it is easier to see what’s inside, for the most part. I’d like to use more baskets, but right now, my little one absconds with those for her picnics and doll beds.

  6. Great tute! We have a van with no center console – this would be great (and classier than the ugly plastic bin we sometimes put there (that falls over when we go around a corner)! Oh and I love Color Me Retro! I’d love to win! Thanks for the chance!

  7. lisa m on March 1, 2013 at 5:43 pm said:

    Not too well, but we have a lot of clear plastic bins for my daughter’s toys, books, and crafts, then load them onto a rolling cart. Clean once per week, chaos the rest of the time.

  8. Absolutely love your divided organizing bucket tutorial. I can think of at least three places I could use one! Thank you.

  9. natalie on March 1, 2013 at 8:04 pm said:

    I use lots of Rubbermaid boxes with labels. I love labels!

  10. Heather K on March 2, 2013 at 8:09 am said:

    We go through a lot of that baby lettuce mix from Costco, (at least one a week) so I always wash and save them. Great for putting scraps in, yarn, or organizing projects. The perfect size. And free!

  11. Heather on March 2, 2013 at 11:54 am said:

    Lately I have been putting yarn in largeTupperware containers I got for a song last year. Fat quarters go in bins sorted by colour or by theme. Yardage is on my Ikea shelving. Best storage item? By far the needle case I bought at a craft sale for my round knitting needles. I think it was $5, best money ever spent!

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