Does your thread stash look something like this？？Make your thread last longer with these tips for keeping your thread spools stored safely.
Thread thrown together in a box or bin can tangle together， or start to sag， and create stress-spots on the spools.baby pillow set
Store thread properly in a container that keeps the spools separated and free from tanglingpersonalised birthday gifts， such as clear bins or thread boxes.
Boxes or bins with small compartments or separators are also great for storing thread.
Using a special thread rack with pins for the spools of thread， or creating your own rack by adding pins to a pegboard are also good ways to keep your threads tangle-free.
Keep thread ends tucked neatly away when storing thread. Some spools have a thread-end keeper built in， like this Gutermann？thread spool.
If your thread spool doesn’；t include a built in thread end keeper， use a small piece of Amazing Tape or Glad Press’；n Seal to wrap around the spool and keep the loose ends safely tucked away.
Each year we’re proud to sponsor the Traditional Home Hampton Designer Showhouse which benefits the Southampton Hospital. This year’s showhouse located in Bridgehampton was a fantastic success. We sat down with interior designer Tobi Fairley to talk about her master bedroom design, as well as the adjoining deck which was furnished using Ballard Designs products!
I love planning out fun DIY projects with my teens.? A few weeks ago I got the idea to customize Converse Chuck Taylors with fabric. My kids and I planned out the best way to cover the shoes with fabric, bought the supplies then tested out our little DIY Converse experiment. I absolutely?love how these custom shoes turned out!? I think I’m keeping them for myself. If you’d like to learn how to DIY your shoes as well, just keep reading below!
This is the first in a series of tips I am sharing with you, proud new owners of BERNINA 7 Series sewing machines, as I discover new and exciting features on my new B 780.