Definitely a candidate, right? This is the small cupboard in which I keep all of my various and sundry fusibles, freezer paper, and parchment, etc. I usually put the left-over scraps into a baggie and stick it into the "black hole" (sometimes never to be seen again). After hauling everything out, I tried to sort the mess into like piles, but I still had no idea how to keep them straight.
At Target I found this stacking shelf. It fit inside the cupboard, but didn't leave any room for stacking! My bolt of double-sided fusible pellon fit nicely on top, but not much else. The shelf left a lot of open space underneath, but I couldn't figure out what to do with it. So I went to Home Depot.
Presto! I know I have seen this somewhere before, but I'm impressed with my luck. I bought a 10 ft. length of 3" PVC pipe, had a poor young guy saw it (by hand) into six 20" lengths, and paid all of $5.99 for my storage solution. I sanded off the ends and planned to glue the sides together with the special PVC glue, but I couldn't get the $#%& can open. Oh well, it works anyway.
Finished product: I pasted a label on each tube and added a small plastic tray which sits nicely on top and holds my Misty Fuse. I am happy.
This is the offending can of glue: I tried running it under hot water, tapping with a screw driver, using pliers, and swearing. NOTHING worked. I guess I'll just have to wait until a pair of strong hands materialize. . . . Which reminds me, I may not be doing any organizing for a few Sundays. My oldest grandson is coming out from New York this coming Saturday, staying for 10 days, and we plan to hit the road. When he leaves, I will only have a few days before I have to head back to MI. So, I have a feeling this blog may be dry for a few weeks. Never fear; I shall return.