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Thread: Thread Holder my husband made

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    Super Member GramaLaura's Avatar
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    What a guy!! Lots of work!!! You are so lucky!!! :D

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    A great idea.
    He should sell them, your quilting may have created him a second job!

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    great thread holder. He is a keeper.

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    I couldn't wait to show my husband! If I can get one out of him, I'll add a pincushion to the top of the lid. Of course, I still have to get him to make one ;-) I'd love one for bobbins and embroidery thread. Does it turn like a lazy susan would? That would only add the joy! Please pm me if you have plans or anything else that might help in convincing my hubby what a great idea it would be for him!

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    Oh my, how nice. He is a keeper.

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    Nice!! I need one of those!

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    I love it! Great job!

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    That is great, your DH is a keeper.

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    What a great hubby you have, he did a fantastic job.
    I would love if hubby could make me one, but he does not do wood, he works with metal.
    I even have a wood turn circle thing I got at good will for $1.99, I tried to make a turning cutting mat, but it did not work for me, it kept tipping on me.
    sorry for rambling.
    GOD bless.

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    How cool is that! I love it! He should make them and sell them!

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    Nice holder, sounds like you have a jewel of a hubby.

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    Great idea!

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    Nice job tell DH.....also if u need more room he could take the knob off and add to the top for sure.....

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    From Don-isewman-A member here. Boy I sure would do anything to get one of those . I dont have all of those fine, threads, but will work on the thread issue later. Maybe I could get one made in 1/2(ha-ha). Wonderful ideal. Don-isewman

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    I love how the grain half circles out. :-)

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    Very nice.

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    wow, fuctional and beatufiul

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    you should have your hubby make and sell. i would buy one.

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    Thanks for sharing. DH did a great job :thumbup:

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    Donna DH did a fabulous job! Love the shape and all the little extras!

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    You have been blessed with a hubby who shares with you. My hubby used to make wodden items for me and that is such a good feeling. Its a wonderful idea. Give that man a hug from us . We need more like him.

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