Are you busy cleaning out drawers, organizing your house, doing your Spring cleaning in April in the midst of all this madness? Are you organizing your sewing spaces? Ready for April’s challenge, Stabilizer Organization?
My gracious, there are so many kinds of stabilizers, one for every need. How do you keep them tidy? How do you keep them organized? I know that I sure need help with that. I have bins for different types of stabilizers, but those rolls that won’t fit in a bin are just stacked on a shelf. Yuck!
Then there’s the labeling. I always try to put the label from the stabilizer wrapper inside the tube with the instruction sheet that comes with the stabilizer. Even when I’m disciplined enough to do that, I still have to pull them out to figure what’s what.
So we have a couple of notions to help with stabilizer organization.
Over-the-Door Stabilizer Organizer
This stabilizer organizer is terrific! The organizer is 63″ long and 24″ wide. Made of natural color cotton sheeting, it has clear vinyl pockets. The edges are neatly bound, so it looks great. Four metal hooks which fit and hang over the door add space-saving functionality.
I love that it hangs over the door, has multiple see-through pockets that hold short and long rolls of stabilizer. Label the pockets with an erasable marker or put on a tape label, and tell at a glance what’s what.
Slap Bracelets For Your Stabilizers
Wrap up your loose stabilizer in these Stabilizer Wraps. Reminiscent of slap bracelets, these wraps work the same way. You can also write on them, so you don’t forget which stabilizer is wash away, cut away, or tear away. Each pack of Stabilizer Wraps includes 16 wraps.
Show Us Your Stabilizer Organization
We’d love to see a before and after picture of your efforts organizing your stabilizers. So post one or more pictures here in the comments below, on our Facebook page, or on Instagram. Please use BOTH the hashtags #RMSVstabilizerchallenge and #RMSVGetSewOrganized when you post. That way, we can find you when you post, and enter your name in the drawing for the $100 gift card to be awarded May 2 after the Stabilizer Organization challenge closes.
So, order some of these great stabilizer organization aids, and get started on this month’s “Get Sew Organized” challenge.
Post your pictures by May 1, 2020 for the April Stabilizer Challenge. And remember, if you use of the the products we mentioned for this challenge, and include that product in your picture, your name will be entered twice for the drawing.
Please post to only one of the venues. For example, there is no need to post the same pictures to both Facebook and this blog.
Multiple pictures are most welcome! You’ll have to post more than one comment on both Facebook and in the comment section of this blog in order to post more than one picture. If you struggle getting your pictures posted, feel free to email them to me, and I will post them for you. (email@example.com)
See my previous blog for all the details on the 2020 Get Sew Organized challenge.
Notions Available Online
All notions available for the Get Sew Organized monthly challenges to date are available online under Products/Sewing Notions/Cathy’s Blog Shop. Products are discounted 30% off, and you get free shipping for a limited time.
Please note, some items may be out of stock, and have to be ordered from our distributors. We will let you know if this is the case.
As of now, ALL of our locations are now closed until further notice. Since most of you are staying home now, we have developed an ordering hotline number for any sewing machine, embroidery machine, longarm, software, vacuum or cabinet orders. The RMSV HOTLINE number is: 720-365-7783. Operators will be standing by M-F 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm, if no one answers, please leave a voicemail and someone will get back to you asap.
If you are looking for notions, vacuum bags and things of that nature that are not online, yet, please call or email one of the store listed below. Managers will be monitoring those remotely.
Colorado Springs: 719-597-8888