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Enter Threads Storage Solution Giveaway Sponsored by Go-Organize.com

One lucky winner will be awarded a $100 cash coupon to Go-Organize.com.

UPDATE: Giveaway entry period is now closed. Thank you all for participating. Stay tuned for the winner announcement.

When it comes to sewing, keeping a neat and orderly sewing space is just as important as knowing which stitch to sew with. To help you create your dream sewing suite, Threads magazine has partnered with Go-Organize.com to bring you the first ever Storage Solution Giveaway!

Go-Organize.com specializes in individual modules to address your specific challenges. With Go-Organize.com’s products, you can combine modules to create your own personalized sewing or crafting space.

One (1) winner will receive a $100 cash coupon to Go-Organize.com.

To participate in the giveaway, leave a comment detailing how you would incorporate Go-Organize.com storage solutions in your sewing space by 11:59 p.m. EST, October 1, 2014.

The winner will be randomly selected from qualified entries, as determined by the editors of Threads magazine. The winner will be announced the week of October 6, 2014 and contacted via email.

Good luck!

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  1. User avater
    sweetks | | #1

    Sewing & crafts requires the organization of often small and like things. I would use the gift certificate to purchase more storage and neat containers to help me find what I'm looking for faster.

  2. user-259489 | | #2

    I would love to get my items sorted and put away where I can find them. To be able to put like items together would really save me time!

  3. sewaugust | | #3

    My pencils, markers, long tools, and small rulers are in a coffee can. My large rulers are on the floor next to my desk.
    I would like a more stylish way to organize my tools to get to them with ease! Much sewing love!

  4. aindava | | #4

    Fabric storage is taken care of, but I could use a lot of help with the smaller bits and bobs -- threads, buttons, needles, tape measures, etc. These would be perfect.

  5. jmbagley27 | | #5

    Keeping the sewing room hoard in one room instead of all over the house would be a dream cime true for my family. Being able to find just what I needed when I need it would be awesome!

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    Snowlady4715 | | #6

    Like many others here, the smaller sewing items need to be corralled and brought into a central meeting place. Once that's done I can save a lot of time by not constantly looking for something.

  7. pmkurth | | #7

    Trying to find things in my sewing area is sometimes impossible! I can always incorporate new storage items!

  8. pmkurth | | #8

    Trying to find things in my sewing area is sometimes impossible! I can always incorporate new storage items!

  9. Regina_Cassady | | #9

    I'm running with the established theme: I would use my winnings to buy organizers to help corral all the little things like snaps and zippers and spare rotary blades and on and on and on and on.

  10. mamma | | #10

    I would so use it to organize sewing room and my huge closet!!

  11. vancouverlori | | #11

    I'm in desperate need of storage and oranization containers. The odd assortment of shoe boxes, coffee cans and glass jars, just isn't very attractive or conducive to creativity.

  12. susi | | #12

    I would use this to organize all my gadgets! I have so many sewing item it is sometimes hard to keep track of them!

  13. mgrant7209 | | #13

    Hi. I have my notions, threads, etc in photo boxes, but need something to put the boxes in. I really need fabric storage, as now it's all over the place in various baskets, bags and containers. I'd like to have a good-looking, organized area in my craft room.

  14. mad14kt | | #14

    This would make a GREAT addition to my sewing room to help me be more organizing by stacking :)

  15. beadembroiderer | | #15

    You name it, I need to organize it! I think having what you need at hand, when you need it, is key, and I would love this gift to be able to do so. Pick me!!!

  16. Karey | | #16

    Oh my, we just moved and I'm in need of some new storage for my crafting room! Especially my fabrics! I love the modular cubes that Go-organize has! Those would be perfect for my fabric! But I also love the mobile wrapping station! I have lots of wrapping paper that needs organized too!!

  17. Beakers | | #17
  18. Beakers | | #18

    My sewing roomis so full of stuff that it has a muffled sound. Anything would help.

  19. bronzebobbin | | #19

    Wow, what a dream come true to have an organized sewing studio. I just need to decide what I love and what I can live without.

  20. thatsmyreen | | #20

    I would love to use Go-Organize.com storage solutions in my sewing room to organize my stash of quilting fabric, and we all know organization leads to inspiration!

  21. user-2278355 | | #21

    I'd would use 2 tall cube storage units as bases for an awesome new cutting table!

  22. User avater
    user-1109649 | | #22

    Some of the cubes would be great to stack my fabric in, instead of "storing" it in piles on the floor under my cutting table.

  23. Almis | | #23

    I like to buy a lots of fabrics but sometime I forget if I have what I need because it's not visible, so I need a good way to keep my fabrics and show them to my clients easily

  24. Carolsewmuch | | #24

    Recently I moved my sewing stuff from a studio back to my home. And I could use some organizers to help all the stuff find a new location!

  25. crystalbluern | | #25

    I would like a couple 9-Cube Organizer-White to organize fat quarters. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  26. Dhovis | | #26

    I would use the go-organize storeage solutions to organize all of my patterns, fabric and sewing accessories, then I wouldn't be spending my time looking for things and sew!! Whoop! Whoop!

  27. Animama | | #27

    I would use the Go-Organize.com products to organize my craft and sewing supplies. I end up buying duplicates (and triplicates) because I can't find what I already own.

  28. User avater
    Lilyah | | #28

    Several years ago my daughter came home from Iraq and stayed with us. She did a closet remodel in the bedroom she stayed in and it really isn't suited to a sewing room. Heavy drawers with upper/lower clothing rails on one side, and cubbies for shoes and bags. I dream of redoing that closet space with a system to store my fabric collection. Winning might just get me off the bench of should I or not :)

  29. grammiepam | | #29

    I'm always looking for ways to re-organize, both the sewing room and me.

  30. gardeningenglishes | | #30

    I'd us it as I'm in the middle of trying to create a sewing space in our extra room.

  31. amh61771 | | #31

    I would be able to store all my fabric in the sewing room, I had to use closets and dressers in other rooms. Having everything organized in one room would be my dream. I would actually sew more instead of searching for stuff.

  32. user-1117833 | | #32

    I am grateful to have a sewing room. However, it is the smallest bedroom in the house, so having room for all of my tools and fabric is a challenge. I would love to win the Go-Organize.com prize and be able to organize my sewing space better so that I will feel inspired every time I walk in the room!

  33. User avater
    Eileenmm | | #33

    I would love to have everything organized and sorted. It takes so much time to find the supplies I need for a project.

  34. Mollygg | | #34

    I have a nice set up for my sewing room, however this would be great to complete my room.

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    SandraMC | | #35

    My tiny space would be such a treat for sewing with these organizers from Go-Organize.com in place!

  36. stillSTH | | #36

    Would love some shelves or storage boxes for my fabric so that I could get to it more easily.

  37. joanrob8 | | #37

    Imagine having pieces from Go-Organize.com to furnish my sewing room. Lots of table space. I like to have desperate areas for different stages of the creative process. Woo, I would be over the moon if I won

  38. CeciliaY | | #38

    I need storage for my rulers, notions, and patterns. Your storage containers would be the perfect solution.

  39. User avater
    Patty88 | | #39

    I am trying to organize my sewing space that has become overwhelming out of control! I would use it to store my threads, large rulers, sewing patterns, and notions. I would also use it to store my fabric yardage that is overtaking my sewing room.

  40. User avater
    Sindhoo | | #40

    Go-Organize.com is such a fantastic online storage supplies! I liked the way the craft storage items are designed so as to able to keep them one upon the other and by the sides making them look like a complete storage rack of our choice... Love to buy them all!

    If I win this giveaway, I would buy a 3-SHELF AND DRAWER ORGANIZER CUBE for organizing my WIPs and tools currently in use... One more cube I would buy is, MULTI-SHELF ORGANIZER CUBE that can nicely accommodate my books and folders in the vertical compartments as well as my art, sewing, jewellery making, craft kits and so on...

    Or, I think I would love to buy a MOBILE CRAFT CENTER instead, that is perfect for my need as of now! I would used the drawers for organizing my WIPs and tools currently in use, it can nicely accommodate my books and folders in the vertical compartments.

    Hmmm, lots of choices! I am still finalizing!

  41. User avater
    aislinnluv | | #41

    I keep my sewing supplies and notions very organized and separated by type - fasteners like snaps, zippers, buckles; buttons; thread; lace and trim, etc. Good storage receptacles are key to making my sewing experience go smoothly and keeping the creative flow going.

  42. bethatply | | #42

    I would love to have organizing cube to store my notions in! Right now I have them in paper boxes all over my sewing room and they look messy. What a great solution this would be for me.

  43. kdezarn | | #43

    I have so many crafts and notions...threads, yarns, needles, etc etc. I would love to have more storage for all my stash. Maybe I could find things when I need them.

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    decorchick | | #44

    Ohhh, I would store my projects in process in the cube. That would fill it right up!

  45. User avater
    jamaco | | #45

    I would purchase a cabinet to help manage my thread and tools

  46. twinsmommy | | #46

    I have two pieces of this system already. I have found it to be extremely useful to keep my knitting supplies organized and would love to expand it to my sewing projects. I have so many small elements when it comes to my sewing (threads, small rulers, chalk, pencils, scissors, needles of all types and sizes, fat quarters, elastic, ribbons, etc...) these organizers are a PERFECT solution!

  47. User avater
    SansSouci572 | | #47

    Much nicer than my stack of cardboard boxes...

  48. mommajo23188 | | #48

    I have never had a sewing room in which I could have things organized so I can enjoy sewing. I am the care giver for my 91 yo mother and I am buying a home that is handicap assailable. My treat to myself is to finally have my sewing room. I need this for stress relief. To organize my room would be a great help.

  49. cacain | | #49

    I dream of having storage for my sewing and crafts. I have an old dresser I bought at a second hand store, repainted and now store most of my fabric. That is about all the storage I have, everything else is in cardboard boxes and totes. Ah, to have storage would be so great and peaceful

  50. user-2745819 | | #50

    I've been considering the use of some fabric bins to organize several categories of work in progress, so those look very handy.

  51. User avater
    XiDl | | #51

    I am always looking for way to organise my thread and fabric. This would help me a lot

  52. User avater
    Sturbridge | | #52

    We can all use a little more organization in our lives!

  53. betsysmom | | #53

    I have such a "mish-mash" of storage now. It would be lovely to have something that is actually intended for sewing storage. Thanks for the opportunity.

  54. LAKBerry | | #54

    I'm moving to a new house with a dedicated sewing room. I would love to use the organizational tools to set it up right (the first time) so I can get to sewing and crafting without having to hunt for everything!

  55. CheriDowd | | #55

    I need a better space to store my years of Threads Magazines. I cna't get rid of them as they are too great to re-read. I also take a pertinant magazine with me when I am teaching a class. It makes a great reference when someone needs clarification.

  56. user-1083681 | | #56

    I would love to have some of the Go Organize storage units to organize my sewing and crafts so I can find exactly what I need for each project!

  57. user-1083681 | | #57

    I would love to have some of the Go Organize storage units to organize my sewing and crafts so I can find exactly what I need for each project!

  58. user-3356499 | | #58

    I am overwhelmingly disorganized in my sewing area. An organizational make-over would be SO very welcome!

  59. pupnkitmom | | #59

    i would love to totally re-do my sewing and crafting space. I love all the clear front drawers and other modular units available from Go-Organize.com

  60. 3feathers | | #60

    Well, since we recently moved to a new home that doesn't have a sewing room for me, the possibilities are endless! I've been sewing for 50 years, and I'm a pack rat, so the transition has been difficult. This would give me a good boost into organizing. My husband hopes I win...

  61. user-540777 | | #61

    I am trying to organize my new space and having mobile craft center would be a superb solution. I have a big table and my machines are around it, mobile storage would allow me to move from machine to machine with the tools I need.

  62. birdsews | | #62

    I have the perfect spot for a storage module! I need it to organize my cut fabric and fat quarters, among other items. Then I would be able to keep it dust-free too!

  63. User avater
    njean | | #63

    It would be great to have visible storage for all my notions & tools. I like being organized and Go-Organize has some nice looking & practical storage options.

  64. showdog1719 | | #64

    Boy, could I use any organizer. Maybe then I could find my sewing machine!

  65. User avater
    SewReel | | #65

    Oh My! How could I use more storage...Let me count the ways! Thread, beads, notions...the list is endless, as are the ways I could use more organizers! Hope I win, but good luck to all!

  66. 709501 | | #66

    I would organize my fashion fabrics, linings, interfacings, buttons and threads separately so that I could easily determine what I need for new projects. It would be so helpful to organize my tools so that I can find them and get started on projects without the frustration of not being able to find them.

  67. CarolynRuth | | #67

    I would be able to organize some of the clutter I have now for lack of storage.

  68. emilygmw | | #68

    My "sewing" room currently has piles all over the floor. I could at least start to transform this space with a gift from Go-Organize.

  69. user-2443803 | | #69

    I am fortunate to have a dedicated sewing room. I have a dresser in one area for storage but it is not the greatest as far as function for sewing supplies. These cubes would be so much better. Organization saves so much time! They are the right depth and size so that supplies can be easily seen.

  70. Adventitiously | | #70

    I would love to have more organization for my sewing tools and toys. Many are odd-shaped, or just the wrong size for most containers. My sewing would benefit because I would spend less time looking for things.

  71. User avater
    LuvThreadsMagazine | | #71

    I'm a true believer in the "file pile" method.

    Anything would help.

  72. User avater
    SandyChavez | | #72

    The drawer space that is illustrated in one of the configurations is ideal for small sewing notions. I would love to keep my notions in one general area to improve efficiency and lesson "oh my gosh, now where did I put those covered button sets?" anxiety. Thank you.

  73. User avater
    ppinnc | | #73

    Oh my, I just went to the Go Organize website and they have marvelous storage options available in many shapes and sizes. especially like the lazy susan that would be perfect for the right side of my sewing machine cabinet. Right now my "stuff" is in a cutlery type flat container that is so difficult to see anything unless it it on top ! Would LOVE to win this great prize !

  74. User avater
    KraftyKatKid | | #74

    I am in extreme need for help with organization. I had always been super organized until my spinal cord injury and shortly after I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and CFS. We moved shortly after that to a house across from my parents when my Dad was diagnosed with melanoma. We have been here for over ten years and I still have not got my sewing room setup properly. I need a place to organize all of my sewing gadgets, so I'm not constantly searching for where I put them, so I wouldn't forget where I put them. What a wonderful concept, a place to put my sewing treasures.

  75. User avater
    slmendes | | #75

    Oh BOY do I need to organize by sewing space! I waste way too much time digging through my fabric, notions, trims and patterns looking for what I need. I could really use an organizing system to help with my sewing space!!

  76. user-1035281 | | #76

    I would incorporate Go Organize to store fabric, notions, and books. I would love a space to organize my patterns as well. I would use the components in my small, 4x4 "walk-in" closet that now houses my "stash." I'd love to be able to see what I have at a glance.

  77. CAS48 | | #77

    The lazy susan option would work great for the sewing notions I have hidden in drawers now.

  78. momster399 | | #78

    Wow, the mess I could organize with this prize! Pretty much everything needs to be organized out of my boxes and cans.

  79. furballs | | #79

    Organizing is always a challenge, given I'm a packrat. Anything would be better than the assortment of boxes and whatnot I have currently storing all my sewing gear. That shelved cart would be excellent !

  80. User avater
    jroach | | #80

    Just thinking about having this organizing product brings peace to my mind.

  81. Darcia | | #81

    My friend uses the carts on wheels that hold the plastic containers and they work well in an office studio situation.
    The system in photo would work in my closet, I sew, quilt, machine embroidery and now scrapbook and need practical solutions in my home office.

  82. marycr8on | | #82

    I have so many little things between my sewing and art supplies. I don't think you can have too much storage for it all. I have been trying to organize it all, it would be wonderful to be able to find things, once they are put away!

  83. BarbaraTW | | #83

    I need as much organization help as I can get. My sewing room is getting flooded with stuff!

  84. user-2421489 | | #84

    I live in a small house with a limited amount of space and my sewing supplies all over the place. I would love to find a place for my sewing things so I can have everything close to where I sew.

  85. User avater
    ustabahippie | | #85

    My living/sewing space is all in one little studio apartment. So I could use the smallest of these organizers to great advantage!!

  86. User avater
    Dolilulu | | #86

    Right now my sewing room is totally disorganized. I have several cubbies but by adding "Go Organize" pieces I could consolidate and organize my storage to be useful and efficient. No more looking "forever" for what I need now. The gift certificate would go a long way toward my dream room.

  87. audwell | | #87

    After more than 40 years of being a material junky and gathering bolts of fabric and bits of notions I'm now trying to organize my vast stash of collected sewing things into two small rooms and it's driving me crazy. Being wheel chair bound you have to have things mobile and at the correct height to work or you tire easily. They have recently remodeled my bedroom closet and I was just going to purchase several roll out drawer cubes when I seen your offer. I sure would love to win to help offset the cost of living on a fixed income so I can organize this mess and not be embarrassed when friends or aides come in to help. Thank you.

  88. user-3385447 | | #88

    I am in a position now where I could really use these organizers. My sewing room is sewing / quest bedroom / office. To do 1/2 hour sewing I spend 20 minutes before and after just moving / adjusting stuff. Supplies are stuffed in closets, under beds etc. Desperately need shelving and other organizers.

  89. LCJsew | | #89

    I could really use more portable drawers and cubes for easily accessible storage. The white would tie in great with my serger cabinet. With greater organization I will be able to achieve more real sewing and spend less time on trying to find where I put some key tool or trim or fabric.

  90. AliceEliza | | #90

    I would love to have some of the convenient and accessible storage items from G0-Organize.com for my sewing and craft supplies. I think the mobile storage units look great!

  91. Ckiser | | #91

    I need shelving for storage.

  92. User avater
    juboett | | #92

    I would like to have something for my many scissors, etc.

    Thank you!

  93. hellecoox | | #93

    I have been looking for a way to turn the chaos of my sewing cave into something truly encouraging sewing. I would use these to tame the entropy of yardages, equipment, patterns, and UFO's.

  94. Martin9 | | #94

    I'd use the 5 drawer tower for notions.

  95. sandysewin | | #95

    I just recently reorganized my sewing space, but have need of a nice cabinet or shelves in which to store my seasonal quilts and garments awaiting redoing.

    Right now they're all in a rather messy pile that likes to tip over onto anyone walking by. :-)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  96. flynn37 | | #96

    I used to only sew, and had a pretty decent setup. But now that I've started making jewelry as well, everything's gotten out of hand! Some dedicated storage would help keep everything manageable!

  97. msfroggy | | #97

    I would use the 5-drawer organizer tower to file downloaded patterns and keep a good number of my quilting tools handy and ready for use. The fabric bins would be great to color sort my stash. So many great items to organize my sewing space!

  98. user-2565019 | | #98

    My husband's always complaining about my sewing/craft room. I need help in getting him to quiet down by my winning storage containers for my sewing supplies. It's no different than him having toolboxes for his tools.

  99. designsbyjanetp | | #99

    Right now i have a whole room to organize and starting all over, and will have to buy all new furniture and organizational items, i need to find a place for everthing and definitely need the help.

  100. Linda4070 | | #100

    My sewing room is in a spare bedroom, most of my fabric is on shelving, my biggest problem is my tools & books. I would love to win the storage system, it would sure help me to get organized.

  101. user-1118622 | | #101

    I love to keep my sewing space organized.

  102. gvf | | #102

    Oh, to have a place for my thread collection, notions, buttons, and anything else that would fit!

  103. shirley333 | | #103

    My sewing room is a disaster right now. I sure could use an organizing system to help organize all my stuff. I keep meaning to work on organizing the room, but I am overwhelmed by all the fabric, quilting supplies, patterns, and the many items required for sewing projects, such as, scissors, buttons, thread, needles, measuring devices, etc., etc., etc.! This organizing unit would really make a positive difference to me!

  104. user-1109679 | | #104

    Seems I can get more done and be more productive when everything has a place. I am lightyears ahead of where I was, but continue to have challenges with the "small stuff" that always get waylaid or buried, especially on my cutting table. Sure I could find a solution to help.

  105. cmct | | #105

    My sewing machine sits in the living room in our tiny house. Any storage that would hide my supplies would be a welcome addition, especially those wonderful mobile units. Right now my sewing supplies are stashed here and there around the room.

  106. User avater
    smfsprout | | #106

    I would love to be able to organize my stash and be able to find what I want at a moments notice. Each of us has our own method, but with a little help from a container system, I could improve on my system.

  107. pssews | | #107

    With sewing, crafts and beading supplies, I definitely need drawers for small items, as well as for fabric. The storage items shown look perfect!

  108. carla109 | | #108

    Omigosh! I just spent time looking at all the goodies at Go Organize and now have a wish list :) To begin, I'll need two of their 2-door with a drawer cabinets. That should be good to start putting my fabric stash into an order. And all my quilting rulers and small mats and rotary cutters could go in one drawer! The other drawer would be perfect for my charm packs. What a great giveaway this is! Thanks for the opportunity to go organize!

  109. Quiltgran | | #109

    I seem to have a lot of different threads for embroidery, quilting and sewing, so I would add some more thread storage.

  110. NGuy | | #110

    I have scrap booking supplies and sewing supplies in two old wooden dressers that desperately need replacing!

  111. User avater
    wicked_stitcher | | #111

    i went to this company's website. what a rollicking remedy to disorder and dismay - not to mention disinheritance! would love to spend a cool hun here!

  112. Sadaajit | | #112

    I'm just starting up my fashion business and needs lots of storage for all kinds of extra trims and notions. It would be great to get to them with ease.

  113. user-3136551 | | #113

    This would be just the perfect organizer for all the small objects'being a person with many hobbies.

  114. user-1151471 | | #114

    Gosh, this would be so perfect. We have been going through our house doing some deep cleaning, sorting through everything in the house to get ready for a garage sale. I have procrastinated on my sewing room/guest bedroom as I didn't know where to begin. How awesome this would be to solve my problem and finally get me organized. This would be ideal.

  115. quickiequilter | | #115

    My husband and I both do crafts. His are leather work and Indian bead work; mine are garment sewing, quilting, knitting, and embroidery. We have so many different supplies, and it seems to be impossible to keep them organized. We could really use the help!

  116. smonakey | | #116

    My sewing notions are a disorganized mess, so the first thing I'd do is get some of their multi-drawer organizers to help me get my stuff in its right place.

  117. luckysue | | #117

    Oh to have a storage container on wheels to move to where ever I may be sewing with all my knick knacks in so that I do not have to go to find them when needed. All my things in one dedicated space.

  118. RemnantsOfLife | | #118

    What a welcome addition to my home this would be! I not only teach sewing but I also have a sewing business in my home. This would help corral all of my supplies, fabrics and tools of the trade!

  119. golfer52 | | #119

    Help! I was thinking about having a design consultant come help me organize my sewing space. This may be the answer I have been looking for, storage units that will do the trick. It is so hard to create when my space is overcrowded and does not inspire me. I really hope I win this money so I can purchase what I need to "clean up my act" and start the creative process in an organized, neat and visible room. Just like Dr. Phil says, you can't fix what you don't acknowledge….I admit it, I need help! I am a pack rat that can't find my way out of the maze!!!

  120. user-944239 | | #120

    So easy to incorporation storage as there is only 2 closets in my whole house - I would probably use the winnings towards a cabinet for everything

  121. User avater
    sewold | | #121

    I have a lot of fabrics in storage bins but open shelves would really make it easier to find the ones I want!

  122. SallyL | | #122

    As a seamstress and quilter, I have a large number of patterns and need a better way to organize them.

  123. SWoerner | | #123

    I have so-o-o-o much sewing and craft items just laying around in my daughters old room and would just love to be able to organize so I don't have to go through each box to find what I am looking for. Not to mention, buying supplies only to find that I already had what I purchased. Thanks for the opportunity to enter this fantastic gift certificate.

  124. User avater
    Letha | | #124

    I have so many little boxes and bags and drawers full of my sewing supplies that I need to get organized and put everything in correct sized containers and label them. I keep buying the same notions because I don't have my stuff in designated places.

  125. StitchinTam | | #125

    I'm trying to bring more fabrics and supplies into the small work areas I have, rather than tucked in bins and cabinets in other parts of my home. So I can see using the wallmount embellishment organizer to take advantage of my vertical space--having supplies where I can see them is very helpful to the creative process! And I could use glass-door cubes in the empty space under my "cutting table" (an old teachers desk that my husband won't part with, on risers). A rolling cart or two would round out my needs--easy to tuck in a corner and move between work spaces!

    I don't have as much time as I'd like to spend on my hobby, so organization helps me find what I need, when I need it. And visibility of fabrics and notions keeps me inspired to make time to create!!

  126. User avater
    Ree65 | | #126

    Wow, I went to the Go-Organize.com website and was very excited to see white!

    The theme colors of my sewing room are turquoise and white, and there are so many nice items on the website I wish I had them all :)

    Two specific items did catch my eye the most though... and would be perfect for in here - the "Glass Door Organizer Cube" and the "2 Drawer Organizer Cube" (also with see-through drawer fronts).

    Having furniture items you can see into is always a treat, and encourages one to keep things neat in there because of the higher visibility.

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter & possibly win this contest.


  127. HarmonyQ | | #127

    I am moving to a much smaller home and my sewing will now be in my bedroom. Help!

  128. myMarilyn | | #128

    I would use it to organize all the things laying around that have nowhere to go, so I can use more valuable time sewing, instead of trying to find things! Also, I want containers I can see what is inside, instead of old shoeboxes, etc. that I have now.Thanks for this chance to win

  129. user-3186175 | | #129

    I am in the process of trying to organize my sewing room so would use the storage to organize all the small things like pieces of lace, scissors, marking pens, etc that I seem to loose all the time. I take more time looking for things than I do sewing. sight.

  130. seemless | | #130

    I'd like to have a rolling stack of shallow drawers for thread, especially for decorative/specialty/etc so that when I'm working on a project I could move it right next to machine and have all of them handy, then park it out of t he way when I'm done.

  131. Sergersage | | #131

    After painting and re-carpeting the house I need to put away all my sewing resources before dear hubby realizes how much 'stuff' I have. I'm in real need of some organization.

  132. HMOE | | #132

    My home office is also my sewing room...only there is no room for my sewing. The closet of the room (it was formerly a bedroom) is stocked with most of my "stash", but a lot is in packages and tucked into nooks. It has some base cabinets in the 6' x 6' room that take up more space than they organize.

    There are lovely wall cabinets the full length and height of one wall, starting at about 5'. The shelves are white, 5/8" wide (heavy duty and perfect for that purpose.

    My first step would be to remove the base cabinets and substitute bookshelf deep shelving up to the bottom of the shelves. (5'!) At the corner, I will put in a standing work
    station for my sewing machine (or embroidery machine or serger). That work station will have storage base cabinets.
    Beneath the "desk" section (and back against the wall) I will store my other machines that are not in use.

    This design will be neat, organized, closer to the wall than the current base cabinets.

    Go organize has all of the components I need to retire my old, dated and inefficient system. The prize would be a big step toward accomplishing this project.

  133. realhappy | | #133

    How could I not easily incorporate this organizing system into my sewing room.... it would be a most welcome addition to help me organize all the little notions that help me enjoy my sewing time. There are so many items that would work well, cabinets, containers, carts.... Go-Organize.com storage solutions in my sewing space would be a huge asset, and even if I have to start small, the system coordinates and more pieces could be added. It's all aesthetically pleasing to the eye and whether I'm sewing or have my things put away, it will be great to have the clutter neatly organized.

  134. carojo | | #134

    I would add a rolling drawer unit for threads, it would keep them better organized and I could have them all alongside my machine. I would add desktop organizers for corralling scissors etc.

  135. megy | | #135

    How would I use a $100 coupon from Go organize.com?? Hmmm... Let's see... knick-knacks, knick-knacks and knick-knacks, need I say more?

  136. dmgsews | | #136

    I would get organizer cubes with draws of various sizes to organize sewing notions, cutters, threads, and everything else I need when I sew.

  137. webolton | | #137

    OMG...I had a meltdown looking at all the storage options!!! And my sewing room is white. (and pink) Oh gee, if I have to pick something I would have to start with a scissor organizer. :) :) :) So fun!!!

  138. amina715 | | #138

    I would incorporate Go-Organize.com storage solutions in my sewing space to organize pattern storage using the modular organizers. I would also use components of the storage solutions to create a efficient combination sewing and cutting area. I would be able to store sewing accessories that would be easily reachable.

  139. DianaLouise | | #139

    A thread organizer is just what I need! Many thanks~ Diana

  140. SharonPicone | | #140

    I would use the Go Storage Solutions by organizing my different types of fabrics, interfacings and notions into the various compartments of the units.

  141. PeepFeef | | #141

    I would first of all, organize my unruly ribbon collection. Second, I would get my fabric out of bins I have to dig through. Then, I would get my tabletop under control. I would also love to have separate places for different projects-in-process.

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    junem7 | | #142

    I would really love to get the organizer. I'm still trying to put things in their right places! I would love to win it I really need it!

  143. user-3537699 | | #143

    I love to sew and have enormous collection of notions such as buttons, zippers, bindings, closures, and ribbons. I need to get them organized so that I can spend more time sewing. Several items from go-organized. come would be a perfect solution.

  144. Struthious | | #144

    I'm in the process of converting my work space into a sewing space. Any furniture and storage that had been designed for sewing spaces would be most helpful to me.

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    SewLoveSewing | | #145

    I would use this storage to house fabric and patterns in a beautiful way.

  146. User avater
    PKKing | | #146

    I love to organize my sewing studio and am always looking for new and creative ways to keep track of the myriad supplies that a true sewing enthusiast must have. I can think of a hundred new ways to better organize things and am sure a $100 prize from go-organize.com would fit the bill!

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    lareux58 | | #147

    My pattern stash is getting out of hand. I would get something to help me organize the ugly paper clutter!

  148. Lindalou1617 | | #148

    I would use the certificate to purchase storage for my patterns and notions and tools. My house us very small and I'm in disparate need of storage space.

  149. Buckskinbelle | | #149

    I so need to organize my threads and patterns. I would love to win so I could use it to purchase aids to help me with this!

  150. soie | | #150

    In 12 years of accumulating sewing notions and materials, I've developed a motley assortment of storage solutions, mostly consisting of emptied detergent boxes covered in bright wrapping paper and ziplock baggies. Since I'm taking my sewing space to the next level in order to run a sewing business from home, these tidy, professional-looking storage modules would help me to quickly get organized and feel confident inviting my clients into the efficiently arranged, clutter-free studio.

    Thanks for considering me for this cool opportunity!

  151. fabricjunkie416 | | #151

    These organizers would fit right in with my unorganized sewing supplies. Don't have a sewing room or corner so my supplies is stashed in different areas of the house. Cuts down on the fun and relaxation of sewing when I have to spend the first hour looking for exact items I need.

  152. whoneedlesthis | | #152

    As sewing is my business, my hobby and the artistic outlet everyone needs, I would be using this unit to start a collection of other units to house my growing collection of fabrics, notions, supplies, patterns, books and machines. It would make life so much easier to have it all organized and in one place, instead of spread over two complete rooms, and in ordinary cupboards that are not see-through! Out of sight is out of mind!!
    I really need to get organized!!

  153. mykashi6 | | #153

    I already have my craft room (where we just moved) organized in a black, white and red color scheme. The Go-Organize units would be a perfect addition for helping me unpack my craft supplies.

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    sewindj | | #154

    Hi, I am re-doing my sewing area. I am in need of some drawers and and small drawers so that I can separate and organize all the different sewing notions that I have.

  155. judyoday | | #155

    Over the past year it has become clear to me that a messy sewing space and clutter absolutely kill my creativity!! We have a small house so storage is always a challenge! Would love to shop with this $100 to improve the clutter around my sewing machine.

  156. User avater
    BaggLady | | #156

    I have been saving my money to use these organization systems from Go-organize.com
    My sewing room looks like a sewing storage with far to many plastic boxes I can't see through.

    If I win this contest I would use the $100.00 as a starting point of organization! Then my sewing room will be user friendly and I would actually enjoy sewing much more.

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    Jeannieart | | #157

    I am like so many others trying to store items in bins, baskets, and plastic drawers. I have things on top of cabinets, and shelves. Depending on what I would purchase with the prize, It would become a "center" for one type of storage. Maybe for facings, cutting, works in progress. Boy could I use organization!! Thanks for offering this up!!

  158. user-2976677 | | #158

    I am giving my weight machine to my grandsons. That will open up a corner of my sewing room where I can put in an organizer. It is a much needed organizer, and much needed space in my room, and I'd rather sew up there than lift weights, LOL...

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    granny1010 | | #159

    We just moved from a house where I had a 20x22 foot room to a condo where I have an 11x12 foot room. I can't even think about unpacking my boxes, because I don't know where to go with everything. I really need some storage to start putting things away. HELP!

  160. singsew | | #160

    What a wonderful prize for someone, Just not for a sewing room but any room in a home. Go organize is the right name and a lot of fun doing it how nice everything would look. To many ways to go with this.Good luck everyone.

  161. user-1120692 | | #161

    I am in the process of acquiring another business and have made room for the materials needed in my studio. I could use 2 of the corner organizer cubes, the desktop craft organizer, and at least one of the revolving organizers to get the pens, ribbons, supplies, and tools set up for use. A great system helps keep everything moving along and on track!

  162. user-2562294 | | #162

    Those are some great products that I did not know about! I would start out with 1 mobile craft center for my sewing machine and the immediate things for my sewing project. I would put the revolving organizer on my main table. I would add a couple of 5-drawer mobile organizers again the wall and 1 mobile storage center at the end of the row. To top it off I would add a set of white fabric storage bins around the room for my clutter! This sounds like a good sewing room fixer upper. Thanks for the great info!

  163. RRGNAK | | #163

    I would use the certificate to organize all the remnants, hook & Loop, notions and patterns I have for creating doll clothing. I have boxes scattered through out my room currently, and I cannot find everything I need.

    I also have boxes of fabric and patterns that need desperate organization.

  164. pattipat | | #164

    I'm getting a brand new sewing room and would LOVE some organizational tools to make the space more usable. I look forward to checking out the selection.

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    acatalina2 | | #165

    My current needs would be satisfied with a 5-Drawer Organizer Tower. While I have a plethora of sewing notions they are scattered in make-shift cubbies inside the closet, various small boxes or jars atop a chest, and tiny pull-outs inside my grandmothers sewing console. One moveable tower of drawers would be wildly convenient. Mostly, orderly. I prefer order. Crazy, I know. But there you have it.

  166. avasgrndma | | #166

    I am just learning to sew and my attempts at an organized room have yet to be met. I spend a lot of time tripping, stumbling and shoving sewing items so organization baskets, buckets and lidded fabric containers would be great. I am also sure my family is tired of stepping on stray needles!

  167. psrosebud | | #167

    I would use the gift certificate to help with the avalanche that happens every time I try to get into my stash! I am in desperate need of organization.

  168. User avater
    harikleia | | #168

    I don't have furniture in my sewing room yet and I'd love to have an organizer for my fabric stacks. Right now I have them all in boxes. Thanks

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    sergerqueen | | #169

    My sewing room has metamorphosized over the 19 years we have been in our home. I have gone from sewing for the family to starting an embroidery business, to having the business grow (and grow!) to having my daughter add her own sewing business. Even though I spend a lot of time in my sewing room, it has never been completely organized to the level I have wanted it to be at. The organization system would help me bring my retreat to that next level. Thanks!

  170. User avater
    kathys120 | | #170

    I love using the 3 drawer units to store embroidery thread. I'm out of room in the 2 I have so I would get another one of those. I need another file drawer to store my interfacing in and I would like one of the magazine storage units for storing magazines and to keep dies for my paper cutter.

  171. kimsidlehands | | #171

    I could really use more organization. I am space challenged.
    Thanks for this opportunity.

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    Snowlady4715 | | #172

    My disorganized sewing room needs some organization and this looks like a great solution.

  173. lavkalai82 | | #173

    I always like things to be organized in proper storage. I visited the go-organize.com website, its really impressing!
    The compact storage solutions are attracting. And the wall mount options are space saving solutions!
    In that I like the 9-CUBE ORGANIZER for my need , so that I can store my fabrics collection either color wise or types of fabrics wise, it will be properly organised then.

    I like the MOBILE STORAGE CENTER. I can utilize that one for storing my embroidery design collections, embroidery threads, needles, embroidery hoops, beads etc. It will be well organized.

    And even the 2-DOOR ORGANIZER can be used for fabric storage or patterns and craft items .

    And many more organizing products are in your website,which i like them and want to buy them too.

  174. KiraPi | | #174

    My sewing room is really small. Any sort of organizational help would be much appreciated.

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    jennyduds | | #175

    I admit I have a disaster for a sewing spacing, taking up parts of three rooms in the house. At least if a small part could be organized, it might inspire me to sew and organize more!

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    [email protected] | | #176

    The revolving carousel is a perfect replacement for an existing tool caddy which is too big and doesn't have all the storage options as the carousel. Especially like the hooks for hanging sewing tools.

  177. Spizz | | #177

    My sewing area in my basement was damaged by water and I need to replace all my storage. I am finishing out a new sewing room and would like for it to be very functional yet versatile. Some of these units would be very helpful.

  178. SewMeSewYou | | #178

    I have not sewed in years. I am applying for disability and have a new part time job. Part of my job will be sewing. I am so excited and just started putting my sewing room back together. Organization is the most important part that I am missing. Winning this would be an incredible boon! Thanks a bunch!

  179. SewMeSewYou | | #179

    I have not sewed in years. I am applying for disability and have a new part time job. Part of my job will be sewing. I am so excited and just started putting my sewing room back together. Organization is the most important part that I am missing. Winning this would be an incredible boon! Thanks a bunch!

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    Patty88 | | #180

    I am in the process of setting up my sewing room. Go-Organize has so many great products that I could incorporate in the room design!

  181. LivingLRG | | #181

    I sew in the basement where everything must be put away and hidden. By incorporating the storage solutions I would have a much attractive alternative to what I have now!

  182. sewjazzy | | #182

    Creative people are seldom neat! But I sure could use a little help so I can find things in my studio.

  183. avasgrndma | | #183

    my sewing room is in dire need of organization containers to get it under some degree of control. An excellent start would be with a won gift certificate!

  184. deannala7500 | | #184

    I looked at Go-Organize.com and found three items I have been looking for. A unit that hangs on the wall for my large spools of thread. The diamond wall unit for yarn and craft books. Then I would start on my fabric, a door unit would fit best. I want to fold my fabric, and stand them up, so you can see the fabric easier.

    Then I can spend my time creating, instead of trying to find what I need.

  185. user-3516081 | | #185

    My sewing room is in the garage so I would use the containers to make sure everything has a home and my family would know not to touch my sewing supplies.

  186. ChanAnn | | #186

    I need something to org. all my thread, notions, and the current project or projectsssss that I am working on. I also need fabric organization. Face it I'm just very unorganized right now.

  187. Blueyedtopaz | | #187

    My husband and I are in the process of completely remodeling my sewing room. This allows me to redesign everything. I could see the Wall Ribbon Holder (actually a couple of them) allowing me to organize and display some of my prettier brocade ribbons. The Open Organizer Cube would be perfect to line a wall and look amazing against the glistening grey (My husband calls it grapple.) walls. The options and combinations are endless.

  188. kso138 | | #188

    I would incorporate the storage solution in my craft room. I do sewing and scrapbooking mainly and have many items that need something do I can organize them. I have gone to many places to find cheap work arounds but none of them are doing a very good job. I love how these look and have been coveting them for a while. I have tried too get organized and my husband has threatened to go in my room to"help". I have successfully kept him out for now but could make it permanent if I was more organized.

  189. missmimi | | #189

    A place for everything and everything in it's place. I work in a very tiny sewing room and absolutely must have everything organized to get any work done at all. These storage devices are just the thing to make life simple and productive.
    Thanks, missmimi

  190. gracie_girl | | #190

    I love the wrapping organizer, and the corner units, so fun....My living room is my sewing room....I sew, knit, crochet, make jewelry, puppets, art, scrapbook, make cards, cross-stitch and more in the 10x14 room so storage is an absolute necessity. Love the sample rooms on the website and the units on wheels, too!

  191. SianLane | | #191

    Storage is priority for me! In 1 9'x 9' bedroom I have 3 sewing machines, 2 sergers, a million or so crates of fabric, half done projects, fix-its, crafting stuff, AND all my costume and dance stuff!
    I am forever on the lookout for storage techniques and methods.
    These Organizing essentials would be just the thing to help me keep the horde of sewing and craft stuff from becoming overwhelming.
    Thanks for your consideration.

  192. ncjeepster | | #192

    I love the 5-DRAWER MOBILE ORGANIZER, I love having items right next to me in case I need anything, without jumping up and down while I'm cutting fabric or sewing. I have MS and get unsteady when I get up and down. I've been trying to think of something that I can have like that, so after I finish using it I can just slide back in it's place to keep everything looking neat. That's why we are moving everything in the sewing room around to keep a large area open for me to move around. We have taken everything out and cleaned the carpets. We are moving my storage shelf that holds my current project bins, and the rest of my equipment. I'm so excited, it's so easy to clutter up and I want to keep that from happening. I would love to also have the peg boards to hang stuff on the walls and love all the bins and desktop storage. I'm so excited, thanks for sharing this fabulous site that seems to have a lot of what I need instead of using old desks and furniture to make everything look like a organized sewing/craft room. Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway.
    [email protected]

  193. winterbull | | #193

    Sewing, needlework (crossStitch, embroidery) all require good organization and placement. The Go-Organize furniture would help me better accomplish that so that there would be a place for everything and everything in its place.

  194. clearh2os | | #194

    I would be able to center my workspace around the storage solutions which would allow me more time to create instead of constantly having to fish around for the right accessories or tools.

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    sewhappybjm | | #195

    I would organize my sewing room. Right now it's so messy that my creativity is being stifled. I need fabric storage, tool storage, and notions storage.

  196. clematislover | | #196

    I'd really like the mobile stacked storage unit on wheels. I keep my thread in those plastic storage totes. It would be so nice to have each one on it's own shelf. Usually the one I want is on the bottom of the stack, which currently is on the floor.

  197. User avater
    MelBrandle20 | | #197

    Sometimes, I look at these sewing organizer storage unit things and I'm flabbergasted how they don't have something as compact and useful for garage items. Really, the similarities between the spools of thread and wire and the screws and nails and needles and pins! They really should come up with some furniture that's worthy of cross-over use!

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