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If you are fed up with seeing your threads tangling together in a box and you want a quick, economical, portable, easy2make, light spool holder; you can make it today and have it for as long as like.

Technique Materials

Materials needed: polystyrene from packaging, wooden toothpicks. If you prefer a completely recycled environmental version - no, i won’t suggest to include used toothpicks, but plastic ones - they are usually made out of recycled plastic.

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    Nov 28, 2010, 08.00 PMby hollyrnstudent

    Oh my gosh, how cool! Thanks, Holly

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      Nov 28, 2010, 08.40 PMby magdamagda

      Holly you’re so welcome! Planning to try one yourself?

      Best,

      Magda

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    Sep 10, 2010, 03.56 AMby bubbley74

    So simple why didn’t we all think of it sooner, thanks its great.

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      Sep 10, 2010, 09.44 AMby magdamagda

      yes, i know, I could have used something like this a long time ago, I just didn’t expect probably that such a simple idea could prove to be so useful giggling

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    Aug 19, 2010, 10.59 PMby jaimseygirl

    I love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

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      Aug 20, 2010, 04.30 PMby magdamagda

      you’re welcome!:)

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    Jul 4, 2010, 03.35 PMby magdamagda

    If you are determined to make your spool holder take a look at kaitui_kiwi’s technique also: http://www.burdastyle.com/techniques/small-thread-spool-holder-for-under-aud-5-00 .. my technique has one clear advantage though: you can skip “Helpful fiancé or similar” for materials … anyways good job to both of them, her spool holder has a finished professional look!

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