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Thread: Long Arm thread storage

  1. #71
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    What a wonderful idea for thread storage. I might have to do something similar to that. I think a larger top and lower as I am short and use it for a cutting area and pattern on one side and thread on the other. hummmmm

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    you may have posted this a month ago, but WOW! this IS really fabulous. Boy, I wish I had one of those for my threads.
    It is a blessing, to be a blessing !
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    I want one.... I used to sew for the public and so I have 4 cones of thread of every color in the rainbow. Right now they are on a peg board on the wall and it really looks tacky as I have put each cone in a zip lock to keep the dust off the thread. I really like this idea as it keeps the light and dust off the thread and it's nice looking.

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