I love the size of the cabinet, and it actually keeps my fabric purchases in check, but I needed to maximize the space. I used comic book boards to make mini bolts from every fabric that is a fat quarter(ish) and larger, and I absolutely LOVE that I can see everything so easily! Plus, there is actually plenty of room in there to add more bolts, yay!
I'm still using the third shelf for my bundles and fabric pulls-in-waiting. Oh, and see that stack right there in the middle, that's all of the fabric that is smaller than a fat quarter, but still too big for my scrap baskets, arranged by color.
That still leaves the bottom shelf for my extra comic book boards, painter's tape that I use for basting, and starch. I went ahead and left my Christmas fabric as-is, because I don't really have the need to "shop" that part of my stash.
I also figured that while we're talking stash, I would go ahead and show you my latest goodies! Lately, I've purchased a fat eighth bundle of Kate Spain's Sunnyside-
I've also pulled together this bundle using a few Bluebird Park fabrics, along with several others. I want this quilt to work for a boy or a girl, so that nixed several of the Bluebird Park prints with flowers.
And since I haven't shared these yet either, check out these half yard bundles that my Mom and Dad got for me for Christmas. Bonnie and Camille's Scrumptious and Heather Bailey's Freshcut...oh yeah- my parents rock!
Last but not least, I just got this absolutely fabulous stack of Amy Butler's Cameo for a special, secret project. Since this is all I can show you for a long while, I wanted to be sure you got to see this fabulous stack while it's still uncut and pristine.
Oh, Amy, Amy, Amy... your fabrics are so bold and decadent, and I just adore them!
By the way, I'm linking up this week with Sunday Stash! Be sure to head over to Molli Sparkles and ogle at everyone else's fabric scores!