How do you store embroidery thread spools?

How do you store extra thread?

Ziplock bags

Another method of organizing embroidery floss is to use small plastic ziploc bags. Each bag holds one colour. Full skeins and leftover strands can be stored in the same bag. You can store the bags in boxes or baskets in either number or colour order.

What can I do with lots of threads?

10 Great Ideas for What To Do With Left-Over Needlepoint Thread

  1. Using Left-Over Thread for Stitching Needlepoints. …
  2. Yarn Sale. …
  3. Free Style. …
  4. Make a Washer and Yarn Pendant. …
  5. Stitch Practice. …
  6. The Art of the Ort. …
  7. Make a Friendship Bracelet. …
  8. Pen Embroidery.

What thread do you use for a serger?

Polyarn is a premium “woollie-like” texturized polyester thread. Polyarn has excellent elasticity, recovery, and flexibility, which makes Polyarn the top choice for garment construction when sewing on a serger. Because Polyarn is 100% polyester, it has a higher heat resistance than woollie nylon threads.

How do you store serger thread cones?

Thread Storage Ideas:

  1. ziploc bags– I have to admit that I have spools of thread in a ziploc baggie. Yup. …
  2. Drawers– I have thread in drawers too. These are not in a bag or anything and I tell you they get in a jumbled mess. …
  3. Peg Boards– these are great. You can customize them- depending on how large your thread cones are.
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