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Thread: Machine needle storage

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    Super Member wraez's Avatar
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    Mar 2007
    Adelanto, CA
    I use something similar but a bit larger and store my rotary cutter blades in it too, new and used. The used ones are great for cutting paper projects.
    Warm quilt hugs, Sue in CA

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    Super Member Peggy Jeanne's Avatar
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    Aug 2011
    Southern Indiana
    Great idea!

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    Super Member Country1's Avatar
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    Dec 2010
    Bowling Green, KY
    I bought 4 last year on sale. I love them to keep pins in. Safety, ball head, flat heads, one on cutting table to put squares of fabric for that stamp quilt I hope to make some day.
    I love how you can drop them and they never pop open, unless you open them!
    Thanks for sharing, I had not thought about sharing.
    Country 1

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    Member FiBurGerl's Avatar
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    Feb 2012
    I see this is an older post but I want to add that I use a container like that and I blue tape the package of the needle I have in the machine, on to the container top. I change thread and quilt on painted fabrics often which sometimes requires a change in needle and I can quickly see what size/which needle is in the machine. If it is a project with days of quilting I may write the date on the tape too so I'll know when the needle was new.

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    Super Member mjsylvstr's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    Spring Lake, NJ
    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Grant View Post
    Here's my answer for storage of machine needles. This little plastic box holds 12 pkgs. of needles and comes in many other sizes. I use another one to keep my quilting safety pins in. I bought them at Office Max but assume any office supply store has them. The boxes snap closed on the sides so no spills.
    Don't you just love these boxes....they are the ones that I wrote about in an earlier post. I bought mine at Staples and got some of them at the unbelievable price of 25 cents..on one of their specials...couldn't beat that.I have them for almost everything small enough to fit in them.

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    Rapid City, SD
    I use a little cabinet that used to hold different sized screws and nails. It has 12 small drawers. Each drawer holds a different sized machine needle or thimbles, etc.

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