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Thread: Heavy Metal Cone thread holder

  1. #26
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    May 2009
    My DH made one for me from a wooden plate from a craft store (Hobby Lobby?) It sits on a plastic turntable, but is heavy enough it doesn't move. He got 3 plant stakes (heavy wire) with loops at the top to hold flowers/ plants upright so they won't fall over, drilled holes in the plate & glued them into the plate. Then he lined up & glued wooden thread spools, with dowels stuck into the center of them, around the outside of the plate. He used a grinder on the thread spools to get the shape he wanted. I use it for my embroidery machine and it works GREAT! Description is not very good, so here are some photos.

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  2. #27
    Super Member weezie's Avatar
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    Dec 2007
    Douglas County, GA
    I ordered mine from a catalog. Now I see them in Joann's store all the time; I could have gotten one from there, with no shipping and handling fee, plus used a Joann's discount coupon. This is a direct "slap in the face" to my bargain hunting pride. I do use and like the spool holder, though.

  3. #28

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    May 2009
    Try checking at your local quilt shop. That is where I got mine.

  4. #29
    Super Member azam's Avatar
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    Oct 2007
    Sunny California
    My DH bought mine at an antique shop a few years ago when we were on vacation in Northern CA. It's made of iron and holds two large cones of thread. I love it! It's sturdy and I just love antiques. I use my plastic one when I go to classes since it's light weight.

  5. #30
    Super Member Carol W's Avatar
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    Mar 2008
    Thank you for all the information on the cone holders.

  6. #31
    Super Member GailG's Avatar
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    May 2008
    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    thanks. i've asked my hubby before if he had some metal he could add to the base but he's never done anything.
    Ha! look what i found.
    i have their catalog but didn't notice this one. mine is black plastic. I may call them and see if they can tell me more. it's not expensive. the flower looking heavy metal ones i found on Pauls' site are $40.00 and up.
    I have the heavy metal one as shown on the Clotilde site. Only, mine has the black base. I love it.

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