I bought a pasta maker maybe a year ago and have been loving it ever since. It takes time to make pasta, but when I have the time I really enjoy making (and eating) it. I do store bought spaghetti when I'm in a rush. Anyhow, you need to hang the pasta - it doesn't have to be dry when you boil it (although it can be), but it needs somewhere to hang so it doesn't turn back into a lump of goo.
Up until this Christmas, I've been hanging the pasta on a book rack (I used to sell Usborne Books - but I am NOT a salesperson). It takes up a lot of space and certainly wasn't designed for that. I also used a laundry drying rack that I found abandoned at a clothes drop-off (currently my herbs are hanging on that - I really need to get them ground up and into jars!).
So for Christmas my hubby bought me a pasta rack:
It's amazing and really holds a lot of pasta - more than the book rack, I think. Anyhow, I didn't want to store it on top of the fridge without covering it to keep the dust off, and I really didn't want to have a plastic thing just sitting up there, so I used some fabric I had here at home and made a cover:
I'm no seamstress, but I do find it very rewarding to design and make something that I'll use.