Repurpose Grocery Containers in the Sewing Room

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Here Are Some No-Cost Ideas to Help Things Stay Neat and Organized!

Keeping the sewing room tidy can be an ongoing challenge. Containers help, as giving everything its own place tends to reduce clutter and keep things organized (provided you put things back when you’re done for the day!).





Small containers are especially helpful, as they’re great for corralling the little things that soon add up to clutter. Surprisingly, containers from the grocery store, that you were probably planning to recycle or throw out, are often sized just right.

In the following video, Laura from Sew Very Easy shows us some of the great finds she discovered in her kitchen. It has us thinking about what might be in our kitchen that we can claim for the sewing room.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

 

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