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Thread: Finally a Way to Store My Machine Needles

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    Thanks for sharing. Love this one.

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    Found them at the dollar tree tonight!! Thanks for the offer though-I didn't see it until tonight for some reason.

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    That is a neat idea. What I do with gently used machine needles: I thread a piece of thread thru the eye and put it back in the original pack. That way when I see the thread I know it has been used. I also have "penny" size sticky notes for each needle size that I stick to the top of the machine so I remember which needle I have in the machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kay45 View Post
    That is a neat idea. What I do with gently used machine needles: I thread a piece of thread thru the eye and put it back in the original pack. That way when I see the thread I know it has been used. I also have "penny" size sticky notes for each needle size that I stick to the top of the machine so I remember which needle I have in the machine.
    What a great idea. I keep marking a piece of paper and then losing it. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kay45 View Post
    That is a neat idea. What I do with gently used machine needles: I thread a piece of thread thru the eye and put it back in the original pack. That way when I see the thread I know it has been used. I also have "penny" size sticky notes for each needle size that I stick to the top of the machine so I remember which needle I have in the machine.
    Love that idea. I even have threads lying around that would work perfectly for it.

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