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    multiple serger cone tree

    I have seen stands that bolt to the surface of the sewing table, that hold 3 or more surger cones. Now that I want to find and price them out, I can't find any.
    Does anyone here know of a source for these things?

    Joe

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    http://www.allbrands.com/categories/2467

    Check the above website. You might even be able to design one yourself. Sort of a triple widget.
    Sweet Caroline

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-Set-4-Spoo...item439e27f16f

    This is the seller that I purchased mine from. DH mounted to base to the 'catcher' base that we built for my serger. It is a flat working service with a slot for the collection of the waste and the stand is mounted on the back. GREAT price and great service. Not affiliated yada yada - just a really happy customer.
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    Caroline, Jane,

    Thanks for the links. Jane's is exactly what I was thinking of. Now if I can just find somebody that's not on eBay to buy from.

    As for building my own, I've been thinking about it, but have been too occupied with other projects to get anywhere.

    Joe

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    I think it was Margie's hubby that made her one out of a wooden paper towel holder...
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    I've got some ideas working in my brain. I just haven't put them on paper yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    I have seen stands that bolt to the surface of the sewing table, that hold 3 or more surger cones. Now that I want to find and price them out, I can't find any.
    Does anyone here know of a source for these things?

    Joe
    My dad took a block of wood and sanded it smooth (no rough edges) then used the old fashioned wire hamgers to make mine. You can have a clamp screwed on it to attach it to your machine table that you are using at the time if you don't want to change them all the time just make one for each machine. You can make them as long as you want. Dad bent the wire hanger so that the thread went through the loop, but I took the cover from cattle syringes that we never used and cut the tip off and stuck it in the loop & my thread stays there better. You will need to use the heaviest wire hanger you can find so it stands in the hole and doesn't bend. Amy

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    The one on ebay is a great price. The 4 spool holder here in Florida goes for $40.00. The owner sold them for $10.00 per thread holder.
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    quiltnutt,

    Agreed on the price. I just don't do eBay any more. No PayPal account, and it's too much of a hassle to contact the seller, see if they'll accept a MO, buy the MO, send the MO, etc etc.

    Joe

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    ebay is where I got mine

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