Organize Your Sewing Room with Koala Studios

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In honor of National Organization Month, we want to share a few tips on how Koala Studios can help keep your sewing room organized and ready for creating.

Organize Your Sewing Space with Koala Studios

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Every inch of space on a Koala Studio can be used for storage. Every cabinet is customized to the users specific needs, and one of the options includes adding shelves to doors and to the back of studio via the Outback shelves.

 

Organize Your Sewing Space with Koala Studios

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Speaking of the Outback shelves…baskets and bins look great sitting on them and help organize supplies!

Organize Your Sewing Space with Koala Studios

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Each Koala Studio model have large, heavy duty drawers that hold lots of supplies and can be further organized with thread boxes, notions boxes, and drawer bins.

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If you are short on space in your sewing area, the Storage Tower, RollAbout and Small StorageCenter can add a ton of storage in a small footprint.

Organize Your Sewing Space with Koala Studios

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We know how important thread is to a sewist. Most Koala models are designed to fit a Madeira Thread Chest…lots of thread without taking a ton of precious space!

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Don’t forget! We have an awesome Online Room Planner that’s a great tool to design your dream sewing space. Since you can digitally build the room to match your specific real-life room dimensions, you will be able to see exactly how different Koala Studios can easily fit into your space.

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Your local Koala Retailer is also an excellent resource in helping you make the most of your Koala Studio, so don’t hesitate to stop by their shop and ask questions.

For more organizational tips to help in your sewing room, check out our boards on Pinterest!

What are your favorite organizational tips? We’d love to hear about them!

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  1. avatar Barbara Harris
    Jan 09, 2017 @ 11:23:01

    I have been trying all different ideas for my sewing/quilting room. So far not happy with any of them. My cutting table is always full of fabric, rulers, patterns, etc. Would love to be able to find a way of organizing all the fabric that ends up on that table. I have bins for larger pieces of fabric, largest yardage is wrapped around corrugated plastic boards, its the ones in between and in progress that make me nuts

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  1. avatar Barbara Harris
    Jan 09, 2017 @ 11:23:01

    I have been trying all different ideas for my sewing/quilting room. So far not happy with any of them. My cutting table is always full of fabric, rulers, patterns, etc. Would love to be able to find a way of organizing all the fabric that ends up on that table. I have bins for larger pieces of fabric, largest yardage is wrapped around corrugated plastic boards, its the ones in between and in progress that make me nuts

    Reply

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