As you can see, I have several square rulers at the top left, next to an array of shears and specialty scissors. The item in the green/black bag next to the scissors is a set of compass points that fit onto a yardstick or narrow ruler to draft large curves and circles. There is also a Kwik Klip for pin basting, as well as some old embroidery hoops and a tape measure. Near those are my spools of Aurifil thread (my other threads are stored in boxes in the closet), a row of filled bobbins, and a collection of different rotary cutters (including my favorite Martellis).
Dangling at the very bottom of the pegboard are some spare cutting mats and some odd-sized rulers, though my most-often-used rulers are in a dedicated rack on another wall.
|Smaller set of drawers|
Recently, however, I was delighted to find a similar box with drawers of slightly different sizes at a home improvement store. Yay! This meant I could "uncrowd" the drawers in the blue box and even add more little notions to the new organizing drawers.
I also have all of the instructions for my machine feet in a drawer, and stray buttons, various assorted kinds (lots of kinds!) of sewing pins, rotary cutter blades, and empty bobbins distributed in others.
I suspect I could fill up a pegboard twice the size of mine, as well as at least one more set of drawers, if I only had a place to hang them! LOL!