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    Great idea.
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    sew neat....

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    Clever man, your Dad! and pretty handy. You are blessed to have him close to you through his handy work.

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    nice so useful and that thread rack is pretty

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    I have thread holders similar to yours and love them. I REALLY like your ruler holder!!! When DH gets back from hunting, I'm putting him to work!!!! thanks for the idea!
    Dee


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    Aren't daddy's wonderful! Mine made me a ruler holder that I could hang on my wall.

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    He should go into business. Great job!

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    You're a lucky girl!

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    He did a super great job!! Those are very pretty.

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    very nice spool holder
    Donna

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    The hubby is a keeper, LOL very very nice.
    Have a Blessed day

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    Kittenquilts commented on your avatar. So, I went to see it and find it is a cardinal. I love cardinals. A friend has given me many small gifts that have cardinals on the.

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    He did a beautiful job. I love cedar, it's such a pretty wood.
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    What a great addition to your sewing room. It is always great to be able to see what colors you have available!

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    What a lucky girl you are! Your dad is quite talented, and obviously takes pride in his workmanship. Very very nice!

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    Beautiful. I love things made of cedar.
    Kacy from OK

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    does it harm the thread storing it out like that on thread holders??? I recently got one gifted to me

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    Makes taking care of things easier!!

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    Do you think your Dad would adopt me?

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    Can I borrow your dad
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    Very nice and what a treasure! I have several things my dad made for me over the years and they are very precious to me.
    Wendy

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    do you cover the spools to keep them from fading and getting dusty

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    You have a talented dad!Glad you are getting into quilting, it is so addictive!
    Patski
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbee3 View Post
    does it harm the thread storing it out like that on thread holders??? I recently got one gifted to me
    Quote Originally Posted by newbee3 View Post
    do you cover the spools to keep them from fading and getting dusty
    What a lovely thread and ruler holder. I have my thread also hanging on a rack on my wall. It is on the same wall as my window so the sun never has the opportunity to beat in on it. Every now and then I will take the hose from the vacuumn and put a knee high stocking over the end and run it over the thread spools to remove any dust that settles on them. I've also used a can of compressed air to blow off any dust.
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    nice man Barb
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