Fabric storage.... I think I'd use PVC piping and spray paint for a rustic look

Fabric storage - Ikea, I believe; however, plumbing fittings would do the trick, spray painted, of course.

Loughborough Textiles Graduates | Flair | Alice Kennedy

How i could display fabrics for upholstery workshop Loughborough Textiles Graduates

Embroidery hoops and sheer fabric -- could be super darling to do this with tiny hoops as a mobile for over baby's crib. : )

This is perfect for a retail window or store display! Love the diffused light here - TO DO: Use vellum, or light colored/painted silk scarves/fabric. Stretch it between your embroidery hoops! Use fishing line or twine to hang, super easy display window.

Hope everyone is having a happy summer!! These little ice cream cones were made for the @paperghoststudio window display this past weekend here in Atl for a show about the summer heat It's too bad our fabric doesn't actually taste like ice cream #cottonandsteel  #icecream

Hope everyone is having a happy summer! These little ice cream cones were made for the window display this past weekend here in Atl for a show about the summer heat It's too bad our fabric doesn't actually taste like ice cream

ok. this is the cutest, cheapest, most simple decor ever! i have heaps of old fabric i could use as well as old clothing i will never wear again and pillowcases that could be displayed in the hoops as well.

6 No-Sew Fabric Display Ideas

Display bits of fabric that you like instead of keeping it in a box. Fabric is art in itself. You can find embroidery hoops all the time at garage sales and thrift shops! Maybe even paint the hoops to give a little color to the fabric hoop wall!

one way to display all your artwork, or to store works in progress

Maybe on a smaller scale, but this would be awesome to store unsold paintings or adapted for quilts for sale in a studio. You can stagger them for an art studio tour.allowing patrons to walk around each one. Great for showcasing samples too

Crate for that darn wrapping paper. I think I can make it...

Crate for that darn wrapping paper. We love this idea, we would use it for the paper we use for pattern making when designing our clothing line!

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