Here is the new way I am storing my thread now…
Easy to put together, use on any door to save wall or shelf space and you don't have to use nails in the wall to hang all the racks!
Come on in and see...
I used an over the door hanger to hold the racks on the door. My is an outside door, but any door in your craft room will work.
The hooks just slips under the top rack.
Here is one of the thread holders you can find in any craft or sewing store. Some have easel style legs to stand them up or holes to nail them on the wall.
For my new way, I attached them all with zip ties.
One on each side of the rack.
I don't have a big thread collection like most people who quilt or sew a lot, but having lots of rows helps me keep my thread and matching bobbins together.
One row of spools and the next row is for the matching bobbin.
Spools on one row and the row below it is for the matching bobbin.
If you don't have a door to use this idea, you can still zip tie them together and nail just the first rack on the wall. Lots of storage with only 2 holes in your walls.
Click HERE for a post I did on thread storage in the past. It's also an old linking party that has since closed for new additions, but still has lots of ideas you can click on.
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