However, it seems necessary to document the completion of my brown canvas "boxes", since (surprisingly) so many of you expressed interest in this very utilitarian project.
Without further ado.
Box open and stocked with my white interfacing collection. There's room for more! (The sides are just propped open, they are not stiffened even slightly).
Box flaps closed over contents.
Boxes in situ.
They are squashier than you may have expected. I decided against getting all fancy with closures and labels. The flaps will stay down. Gravity is my friend. And decorating the flap with a small square of the type of stuff inside is quite a graphic reminder.
Sadly, I still need a plastic bag or two up there.
I could make more, but I am going to do something more interesting instead. At least I won't be at risk of an interfacing avalanche when standing at my cutting table.