Question: How do I keep my cross stitch organized?

How do you keep cross stitch threads neat?

Ways to Store and Organize Floss

  1. Drawers or Cabinet. I like to store full skeins of embroidery floss in transparent drawers. …
  2. Bobbin Boxes. …
  3. Project Cards In a Binder. …
  4. Hanging File Folder Method. …
  5. Thread Drops on a Key Ring. …
  6. Plastic Bags. …
  7. Bonus Idea: Clothespins.

How do you store cross stitch projects?

Cross Stitch Storage: How To Keep Your Projects Safe.

  1. Do you have a number of projects on the go at a time? …
  2. Between your stitching sessions, store your project flat, or better still, rolled up – with your stitching facing outwards. …
  3. Keep your project away from direct sunlight. …
  4. Never leave a steel needle in your work.

How do you store thread skeins?

“Wrap the skein of thread on the clothes pin. Glue/tape the color number/name on whatever paper you have that’s hung… Clip wrapped clothes pin below label. Many labels can fit on one page (whatever size paper, cardstock or even cardboard is great).”

Where do you keep finished embroidery?

In short, so long as you can cope with the sheer size of them, they’re great. However, as they’re so good at storage, feel free to store them in a loft, under the bed, or anywhere out the way…

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