30+ Crochet Patterns to Get Organized in the New Year

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Once all the packages are opened and the new toys are out, the question in many of our minds is: Where do I store all this stuff?

On top of all the new things, the new year often comes with renewed focus on cleaning and organizing. However it’s unlikely that you added storage bins and boxes to your gift list.

To top it off, if you’re a crafter it’s likely that you have either a room, a closet or a shelf full of yarn, fabric and implements to keep all your craft supplies in order. And even though we tend to make like crazy for our loved ones, sometimes we get even more supplies to add to our ever growing stash!

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This all means many of us likely have a house full things to keep together, so here I have compiled a list of crochet patterns to meet your storage needs and get you organized for the new year!

You can use these patterns for your craft room organizing, entry way, dining room, living room, bedroom, even the stairwell. Any room in your home can benefit from creating storage solutions that work just for you. So many of these patterns are customizable in size, shape and color.

Here are some fabulous crochet patterns to keep you (or help you get) organized in the new year. There are storage baskets for so many different purposes and a variety of unique ideas to help you get started!

If you’re looking for how to store and organize yarn and craft supplies be sure to check out my blog post on that here.

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New Year, More Storage Crochet Patterns to Help You Get Organized!

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  1. Thank you so much for referencing all these patterns! Storage can be a problem, and putting my stash in a lidded box just seems so dull. Plus, you can’t see what you have when the box is closed. I’m thinking about making up a number of these, using up some of my stash in the process and making storage pretty at the same time! Thank you, again.

  2. Yes! Definitely a problem of out of sight, out of mind! I’m glad you’re enjoying and hope you can make some of these work for you!