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Thread: Stand for "thread cone" or vice versa

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    My hubby made me a stand for my thread. It is short so, he is going to make me a taller one tomorrow. Isn't it cute!
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    Nice job and so talented too!

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    EXCELLENT IDEA!!! I just told DH that he HAS to make me one. I'm gonna have him add a L shaped piece to the botton for spools of thread that don't feed well from the top (like the spool on your sewing machine, I don't remember the terms for winding the spools). But why do you need it to be taller? It looks like it would work perfectly. am I missing something?

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    I love handy hubs ;-)

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    It is so nice to have a talented DH to make the things you really need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel
    EXCELLENT IDEA!!! I just told DH that he HAS to make me one. I'm gonna have him add a L shaped piece to the botton for spools of thread that don't feed well from the top (like the spool on your sewing machine, I don't remember the terms for winding the spools). But why do you need it to be taller? It looks like it would work perfectly. am I missing something?
    Well, according to pictures on JoAnn's the stand looked at least six inches taller than the machine. I just assumed that is the way it should be.

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    Great idea...
    Good Husband...he's a keeper....
    bopeep

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    Yes, I very blessed to have him. We have been married 18 years this coming July.

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    I have a "tall" one and a "short" one, and they both work great.

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    He did a great job. He's a keeper.

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