How to Fold Fabric so It Stacks Nicely

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An Easy Method to Keep Things Organized!

Do you struggle with organizing and storing your fabric? This simple folding technique creates fabric pieces that stack nicely, regardless of how long the cuts are. Each piece of folded fabric is the same width and length, while larger pieces of yardage are thicker than shorter cuts.

Once everything is folded, stack colors together for easy selection. And, keep everything for one project together in one stack (so you don’t inadvertently use a piece for something else!).

Laura from Sew Very Easy shows you this simple method in the following video.

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

Image Source: The image at the top of the page is from turning*turning.


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