6+ Ways to Organize and Store Thread

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Great Ideas for Keeping Thread Neat and Easy to Find!

If you’ve been sewing for long you probably have a stash of thread as well as of fabric. It’s easy, and tempting, to keep thread in a bowl for easy access but that’s not the best way to keep spools and bobbins neat.

A system for organizing thread and bobbins will greatly reduce having to deal with tangles. There are many creative ideas out there and you’re sure to find some that interest you. However, remember that, like fabric, thread needs to be stored away from direct sunlight to prevent fading.

6 Ways to Organize and Store Thread

If you go through thread quickly then open storage will likely work for you, as you’ll use the thread before dust collects. If you have an impressive collection that will take awhile to get through, then covered storage may be better for you.

Rachel Hauser has put together a good article with several ideas for storing thread of various kinds as well as bobbins.

Click here for Rachel’s “6 Fresh Ways to Organize Your Thread Stash” article.

You’ll find other creative ideas here on Pinterest.

Do you already have a system that works for you? Please leave a comment below and share your method with us.


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