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Thread: How Do You Store Your Thread?

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    Senior Member grammy17's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Largo FL
    I have a small parts cabinet with 60 clear drawers each drawer can hold up to 4 spools of thread. Hanging on the sewing room wall. Got it from a patient I cared for whose wife had died. I got her thread and bias tape too. It is great most spools some are too large. I put the big ones in the front and those drawers don't quite close.

  2. #52
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    Jan 2014
    North Texas
    I use two of the June Taylor racks with my colored thread for applique. I got a great deal on one of them...free. It was sitting on the curb next door after a garage sale. She was just going to throw it away. The cone thread is in a drawer under my cutting table. I am thinking I need to find a cover for my thread?

  3. #53
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    Sep 2007
    I have the most awesome thread box that fits the thread and then I can stack a couple of the bobbins on top. Company went out of business almost immediately after I decided I was in love, so I only have the one. I have several tackle box type containers I store the rest in. Like the super satchels, but the fishing section is cheaper.

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    Super Member M.I.Late's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    Spring, Texas
    I picked up the ":Craftainers" by Rubbermaid - I think at hobby lobby or Joans. Mine hold 25 spools each and have handles, maybe like the ones you have. I can stack more than 25 spools in there though. I have a broken latch on one so I need to replace it, but they work great for me. I have 4 cases. One lights, one darks, one brights and one pastels. I have similar but shallower ones for my embroidery thread.

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