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Posted on March 17th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Craft Room.

I finally took a picture of my craft room with the organizers hung on the wall (see earlier post). I put grommets on the corners to hang them. Each one has kind of a theme, like ribbons, or glues and tapes.



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* craft organizer

Posted on October 12th, 2003 by maitreya. Filed under Craft Room.

I found these great organizer pocket things at Old Navy today. They are supposed to be bed skirt hanging organizers, i.e. they have a flap of fabric you’re supposed to put under your mattress and the pockets hang down by the side of the bed. I’m going to hang them on the walls of my craft room to help cover up the horrid wood paneling. They are perfect for all my miscellaneous crafting supplies. Right now I have everything in little boxes and crates, so it’s a little bit of a pain to go find supplies. They were deeply discounted to 97 cents each, so I bought the 4 they had. Unfortunately, the matching magazine organizers (fabric pockets on metal folding racks), which would have been perfect for balls of yarn, weren’t on sale, otherwise I would have gotten them too. Maybe next time.


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