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!
By Lord Libidan – Unlike any other tool in cross stitch, cross stitch patterns pose a unique issue. Firstly, you have tonnes of them.
Check out how fun these shirts turned out! One is one of my favorite hashtags (#QuiltNerd)! The other is my Red Delicous Star on a red shirt. I love it!
A quick start to the week here, with a little “hack” for embroidery floss organization! This is a terrific idea from Brenda, a reader who sent along some photos of how she’s been keeping her collection of DMC floss organized for some 30 years. If you have a large collection of floss – say, a complete set of DMC – this would work great!
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.