By Lord Libidan – Unlike any other tool in cross stitch, cross stitch patterns pose a unique issue. Firstly, you have tonnes of them.
Awesome project by Ameroonie designs
Karen Barbe recently made this series of short videos to show how she organizes her embroidery threads.
It’s the Embroidery Question For The Ages – how do I organize my embroidery floss so it doesn’t turn into Thread Mountain? Haven’t heard of Thread Mountain? Well, here it is:
Here’s a look at some of the ways I set up and manage my cross stitching and materials with a few bonus looks into some nifty notions.
During the posting of my backyard studio photos, my blogging friend, Sheila, asked about my DMC thread collection I had mentioned being stored in the three drawers shown above. I said I would tell about that in a future post.
Embroidery floss tangles easily and always gets into knots. This craft storage hack uses large popsicle sticks to store embroidery thread so it doesn’t tangle!
Being able to see how others successfully store fabric can be very helpful when you’re on a journey to get your own fabric stash in order.
In today’s video, I’m sharing four different ways to organize your embroidery floss while you’re working on a cross stitch or embroidery project. Use these cross stitch tips and embroidery tips to stay organized and spend more time stitching and less time trying to search your stash. These embroidery floss organization methods will streamline your stash and help you know exactly what floss you have.