Organized Chaos

Do you ever feel like your life is just organized chaos? I certainly do…but more on the chaos side than the organized side. I’ve slowly started to move towards the organized side. Very, very slowly. Actually it might be invisible to the human eye. Unless I had a picture. Well guess what I have. That’s right, it’s proof!


I’ve been working on getting more of my fabric off the floor and onto a shelf where it can be seen (and used). When I go to the store, I pick up another piece or two of foam core and make more organizers. I did cut some of the pieces of foam core down a little bit further so it would be easier to store anything that is smaller than a yard of fabric. I still have more to do, but I have to be patient, God’s not finished with me yet. (That’s a song from a church musical I was in many many years ago.)

Anyone else trying desperately to get organized and feel like it’s moving pretty slow? Rome wasn’t organized built in a day right?

Categories: 2012 Simplify Challenge, It's Our Life, Living Frugal | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Organized Chaos

  1. Michelle

    LOVE THIS! I have no idea what fabric I own anymore (especially the stuff on the bottom of the totes) & I love staring at the rows of fabric bolts at the fabric store – combine the two & you are a genius!

    • Well thank you, but I really can’t take the credit…I just found a cheaper way to do it 🙂 I must admit that sometimes I go in my creative space and just look at the fabric on the shelf…cause it’s purty 😉 I’d love to see your stash! Tweet me a picture or post it on my facebook page 🙂

  2. I love this! Definitely going to try something like this with my stupidly unorganised fabric collection.

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