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plr1340plr
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Location: Pensacola, FL
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5:39 pm Jun 30, 2013

Hello, Pamn here. I seem to remember someone lamenting that they usually use rings and floss away bags to organize their project threads, but there were too many threads in these projects to fit on a standard 3 inch ring. I have found a solution. I have found a source for Thread Organizer/Storage Rings that carry 4", 6", 8" and 10". They cost roughly a dollar an inch. They can be found at Fireside Stitchery (www.firesidestitchery.com). I have an 8" one and it is HUGE! I am not a paid endorser of Fireside, just thought I'd share the knowledge. I am, myself, a baggie rather than a bobbin person.

Live long and prosper, Pamn Ravenscroft.[/b]
Patricia
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Joined: 08 Jan 2009
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Location: Florida and Ontario
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5:43 am Jul 03, 2013

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Originally posted by plr1340plr
Hello, Pamn here. I seem to remember someone lamenting that they usually use rings and floss away bags to organize their project threads, but there were too many threads in these projects to fit on a standard 3 inch ring. I have found a solution. I have found a source for Thread Organizer/Storage Rings that carry 4", 6", 8" and 10". They cost roughly a dollar an inch. They can be found at Fireside Stitchery (www.firesidestitchery.com). I have an 8" one and it is HUGE! I am not a paid endorser of Fireside, just thought I'd share the knowledge. I am, myself, a baggie rather than a bobbin person.

Live long and prosper, Pamn Ravenscroft.[/b]


HI Pam, I think that was me. Thanks for the info.. I will check that out. find that some have too many threads also, so I use two of the largest rings I have. Usually dividing themr into 210-999, or so, and then second ring upward.then I know which ring to look at.
I also put a small ring on at first so I will know where the beginning number is.
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