Organize your thread stash

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Store spools in baggies to keep them organized and clean   

Store spools in baggies to keep them organized and clean   

Photo: Scott Phillips

I used to store my spools of thread in a large plastic storage container, but the spools became tangled and disorganized and were hard to sort if I wanted several spools of the same shade. Now I bag my thread in poly-zip craft bags. I put related colors together to keep them sorted. I have fewer tangles, cleaner thread, and can more easily view my thread inventory to find just the right color.
—Marsha M. Kitt,
Two Hills, Alberta, Canada

 

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