I purchased this at IKEA last week.
I think it's awesome. And pretty cheap too. Each component is sold separately and each of those wire baskets only cost $3.50.
What I am going to do with it? These plastic drawers are full of fabric. Ug. What a mess and so uninspiring.
This is the pile of fabrics that have been auditioned or used recently. I never bother to shove them back into the above drawers.
Things I love about the new drawers:
You can see through them on all sides so you can clearly consider the all the options.
They easily slide in and out of the rack for close perusal.
I think I'll be able to fit almost all of my stash in them.
Good height and surface on which to pile other crap.
As an aside...
Frieda sent me a very nice email to my brand new website email address. She gently suggested I should use more hand dyed fabric when fusing. So, I'm sure she (and others) will notice that the above pile is a big mess of commerical prints. I still love them. I love hand dyed stuff too. I think it's worth careful consideration of what materials to use and when. Sometimes -- for me at least -- I like a print.
And while we're on the subject of fusing commerical cottons... Have you seen this?! (It's called Tickled Pink by quilt artist Susan Carlson.) That's how to use some prints, baby! And by the way she doesn't technically "fuse." She actually uses GLUE. The horror!