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Sewing room inventory

donnasdream | Posted in Notions & Tools on

Does anyone know of an app that will keep an inventory of everything that I have. Patterns, fabric, notions, equipment, interfacings, on going projects, books etc. 
I have GOT to GET THIS UNDER CONTROL! DAGNABIT! 
AND! It’s time for me to make a sewing tool apron and quit looking for “ I just had it! Now where did I put it” tools and time wasters

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  1. MEscoe | | #1

    Hello Donna, I use Trello to organize my patterns and fabrics. It can be used to organize anything!! I cannot recommend it enough.

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      user-7866828 | | #2

      Thank you so much for that response! I'm going to check it out as well.

    2. user-7478120 | | #7

      I downloaded Trello, but am not sure how to use it to inventory or maintain a list of my current patterns and fabrics. Have you used a specific template? Would you be willing to share a screenshot of your use? Thanks so much.

  2. user-7977681 | | #3

    Going to look into this also!

  3. josiesews | | #4

    Hello DonnasDream,

    Thank you SO MUCH for asking this question. I never even thought of it. I am So right there with you. I have purchased duplicates of so many things b/c it's so out of control. I have resorted to typing everything in spreadsheets.
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    Hello MEscoe,

    Thank you So Much for sharing. Will DEF be checking into that!

  4. allprojectsgreatsmal | | #5

    I need an apron too! I have multiple work stations but never seem to have what I need when I need it. Let me know if you find a good pattern because I can only seem to get kitchen apron patterns when googling.

  5. Global | | #6

    Yeah even I am GOING to look into this !

  6. maggo | | #8

    Several years ago, I created a sewing apron for myself. Basically just cut a rectangle of fabric the size I wanted, then turned up the bottom edge (doubled) and separated it into pockets by stitching vertical rows. I stitched mine on a slight diagonal because it made getting my tools out easier.

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