Make Your Own Inexpensive Cleanup Tool for Just a Few Dollars
Are you tired of hauling out the vacuum every time you sew? No matter how careful we are, there are always stray thread snippings on the floor around where we sew. Cleaning up usually requires bringing out the vacuum cleaner, which can be a real chore if your sewing room is on a different floor than where you usually store it.
This great tip makes thread cleanup a breeze! It’s simple, inexpensive and just simply works. And, you don’t need much space to store this handy thread cleanup tool in your sewing room.
Start with a small roller. Better yet, find one with a long handle, like this.
Add a bristly hair roller (or two). Voila! A tool that will easily pick up stray threads from the floor.
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