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Posted on: 4/20/12 6:26 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people   Very Helpful by 9 people   
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We all have several favorite small sewing tools that we'd like to be able to put our hands on quickly while sewing. I solved this by taking advantage of the holes that many tools have on their handles... threading colorful tassels through the holes and storing them in an upright tool caddy. Even when lying in the sewing mess that surrounds me, I can usually find that bright blue silky tassel on my Hera marker or the red tassel on my bone point turner. (I hope the link to this photo works!)

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Mufffet said... (4/23/12 1:09 PM) Reply
Oh no problem - many folks have photo issues here - and HOT CUTE are those tools now? Really cute! Good idea!
Cross stitch said... (4/21/12 5:43 PM) Reply
I am a newbie here and so sorry about the bad link to the Kodak site. Maybe this one to webshots.com will work: http://good-times.webshots.com/album/561548854tsLFQf
Mufffet said... (4/20/12 9:42 PM) Reply
Your photo is in the KODAK gallery and it seems to expect a login. :) Anyway - thanks for the tip!
 
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