Sew up some fun stuff to organise all your craft and stitching supplies with these fun projects.
Martha Stewart tells you how to make an apron with leather trim and pleated pockets to store your stuff.
Kendra McCracken designed a sewer's apron and shared the free pattern on the Fiskars site.
If you hang out here at the Magic Bean regularly, you may have already seen my free pattern for a crafter's apron, but if not, get the free pattern by clicking the link.
Use embroidery hoop frames to create wall pocket organisers with a tutorial from Sew Daily.
Make beautiful pattern weights with a tutorial from Sew Daily.
Make a sewing supplies roll with Better Homes and Gardens.
Cover your sewing machine with a custom made sewing machine cover with a tutorial from Sew4Home.
Bernina featured a tutorial to make a fabric tray tidy that would be great for keeping all sorts of bits and bobs in order.
Cathe from Just Something I Made shared a tutorial for making a vintage pattern sewing room organiser.
Use simple wool felt to make a needle case with a how-to from Better Homes and Gardens.
Use scrap pieces of fabric to make a pin cushion with Better Homes and Gardens.
TipJunkie shared a collection of links for fabric organisation bins.
Kim and Kris of DIY Dish show you how to turn plain old boxes and jars into sewing room organisers with maximum style and minimum cost:
If you are in need of more creative space organising ideas then you should check out Inside the Creative Studio: Inspiration and Ideas for Your Art and Craft SpaceThis book, from Cate Prato promises to help you organise your creative space and weed out your stash. It even shows you how to re-purpose vintage items, furniture and even recyclables to make a space your very own.
There are so many creative ideas out there about how to organise your creative genius. The only problem is deciding where to start!