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Posted on: 12/29/10 1:45 AM
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I use the 5th thread-cone holder that I rarely use for thread to store my serger tools. I have the tweezers, screwdriver, small sizzors, extra serger needle, and a large-eye yarn needle to weave in thread tails all stored in the one place. The tools that I constantly need while serging are always handy.

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my horse said... (1/19/11 1:53 AM) Reply
Very clever tip!
MarianS said... (12/29/10 10:17 AM) Reply
Thanks. This really makes a diff for me. The round foam thing came with the serger. There is one for each thread holder. But, if you dont have one, you could certainly make one to fit onto the thread holder.
KarenTeel said... (12/29/10 8:33 AM) Reply
Now that is so clever! It looks like you put a piece of foam down on it and just poke things thru? I use a small basket but it gets in the way a lot. I must try this.
 
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