Stabilizers are a necessary component of every embroidery project. With so many types of stabilizers on the market, how do you organize them? Here are some great ideas to keep your stabilizer supply in check.
This adorable Embroidery Stabilizer Keeper pattern shows you how to make this hanging organizer using pretty fabric, a dowel rod, and clear vinyl for pockets. Add labels and hang. Although it could easily hang on the back of a door, it is too pretty to keep out of sight!
If you don’t want to make a vinyl stabilizer organizer, this is the next best thing. Originally intended for shoes, this vinyl shoe organizer allows stabilizers to be visible while protecting them from dust.
Sometimes, the most simple of things work the best. Towel hangers like this one are ideal for keeping stabilizers in plain view, at arm’s length.
Framed Roll Storage
Originally intended for housing rolls of vinyl, the same concept can be used to organize rolls of the stabilizers you use most often. Honeybear Lane shows you how to make it here using dowel rods, screw-in hooks, and a repurposed frame.
The Domestic Diva uses a soda or wine rack to keep her stabilizers organized. It’s a great space saver too.
She also marks the inside of the cardboard tube with the stabilizer name/type and inserts the rolled up directions inside the tube.
Paper Towel Holder
I have a couple wooden paper towel holders that I use to store stabilizer. Not only are they pretty, they both have porcelain drawers to store threads and other embroidery supplies.
How do you store your stabilizers?