These shelving systems are ALL OVER in our Texas home. We lost alot of wall/corner and closet space from our Georgia home compared to this home in Texas. We basically had to create a pantry in our kitchen with these - and I added more space outside of our bathroom. This set up ran me about $20, could have been cheaper but I choose to go with the prefinished shelves instead of painting wood myself.
First I cut up some foam core board (available at our Dollar Tree's) and folded my fabric around it, I had to fold it in 3rds to make it fit right.
I love how they look like mini bolts of fabric!
I honestly could have sworn I had MORE fat quarters than this. I'm sure i'll find them in another tub.
I had two shoe boxes that had all these buttons, elastics, velcro, bias tape...those types of things. I'm trying to pair down my things so to me it was easier to put ALL the buttons in a mason jar (well and it's cute in there too). The smaller jar holds all the heat and press velco.
Some buttons were in a set so I didn't break them up, I put them in a 31 "littles carry all" bag (raise your hand if you have a few of these guys laying around because you thought they were "cute" when you bought them but really had no intended purpose right off the bat, my hand is raised!) I had a few D ring hooks that are also in this bag, and it seems I always think I have my husbands extra rank laying around somewhere but NEVER can find it. Hopefully now I can go right too it!
Inside the littles bag I have the bias tape and velco I had in another box!
Don't get excited this is NOT all my fabric. I actually have put some (and by some I mean like 5 so far) fabric that I am willing to part with aside. My hope is that one day i'll be able to get a shelf in here and I can line them up side by side like a mini fabric store. But I have to get rid of OTHER stuff in this room to make that happen!