How to effectively organize your fabric scraps

As I finish a quilting project, I immediately cut my scraps into squares or strips. I then organize the squares and strips based on their size in plastic bins.

The square pieces of fabrics will be used as leaders and enders which in turn will be used to make scrap quilts.

The strips may be used to make jelly roll quilts or bindings.

Shoe boxes are also great to store scraps.

Store fabrics scraps based on their size in plastic bins.

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