um... duh! that is such a cool idea! I must not be going to the right quilt shows, cause I've never seen one!
I love the photo Linkys! They are so much more fun :)
I've never seen a thread catcher, but now that I have I realize how handy this gadget would be. Great idea! Thank you for hosting the party again this week.
This looks lovely, I could do with a few of these to leave scattered around the house! How do you make it stay on the table?
This is not only useful-its lovely! I'd love it if you let us know how you made it. With my new embroidery huswif and this thread catcher the coffee table would be unrecognizable. :)
Love this... just another project to add to the always growing To-Do (or is it Wish) List.Thanks for sharing. I love the thumbnail linkies too :-)
Oh, your little pin cushion and scrap bag is SO cute! I love the pretty, bright colors.I also love the thumbnails in the Linky party! If only I had a finish this week . . .xo -El
Your creativity never ceases to amaze me, Three Under! Have a great weekend!
Here's the link if you want to make your own: http://www.treadleart.com/Tidy%20Totes/Tidy%20Totes.html
This is my first time here!!! Thanks for hosting the party!
Very nifty thread catcher. A good idea as a present for people who quilt or sew! (I'm another fan of the thumbnail Linky's. Festive!)
Yes...I don't think you can have too many of these. I want one to hang off my ironing board...I have a pattern...just haven't done it!Yours is cute girl!
It did turn out cute.
Neat threadcatcher. I made one with a larger pincushion, but no magnet. I may have to add a magnet to mine - it would be useful.
What a great idea! My daughter sews A LOT and I am forever finding stray pins and threads on and under the dining room table (craft central, really; we eat in the living room! LOL!) I will suggest making one of these as her next project, or better yet, make one for her for a Christmas gift! Thanks for sharing!
Love the party! Thanks for hosting. I'm now following :-)
Very cool. I could use something like that in a lap model, for when I'm working in front of the TV.
What a great idea!!!
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