I have many stashes for my many craft hobbies - sewing, papercrafting, jewellery making, felt making, printing etc. These are spread over three rooms in the house; two bedrooms and the sitting room. (This is why we need a bigger house with a dedicated craft room - perhaps one day). I have various storage boxes, sets of drawers and shelves which are all pretty full.
I have recently bought a craft bag for my basic papercrafting tools which will be carried from upstairs when I need to make something. My stamping press (above) is one of those tools which will live in the bag (it is a great tool for stamping which I wouldn't be without, particularly for layered stamps which can be difficult to line up by eye). However, I felt it needed a padded bag to protect it, so I made a pattern and found some material. I decided that the inside would need to have wadding so was able to use the even feed or walking foot on my sewing machine for the first time. As the name suggests, it is for feeding material evenly through the feed dogs - made for quilting with all the layers.