Tuesday, August 22, 2017

How Many? Part 2

How many stitch kits does one stitcher need?  


My little toolies were all mixed up with all the different projects I have been working on. I decided to organize them and took pictures when I did.  


This one was a gift and is made of a pot holder.  It contains scissors, a pin keep, needles, a tape measure and a seam ripper. It can be folded over and buttoned closed.




How many stitch kits do you have? What is your best idea for a small take along kit?

7 comments:

  1. Hi Pamela what a great idea to use a pot holder,it makes a lovely stitching holder.xx

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  2. What a pretty stitch kit! I don't have anything that elaborate or cute. I use plastic 6 x 8 school supply boxes for each of my lap stitchings. One for Crazy Quilt, embroidery, and quilt block cutting. I'm pretty good at keeping my tools where they belong too!
    xx, Carol

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  3. Such a neat idea to turn a lovely potholder into a stitch bag.

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  4. That is a great idea, I have several, mostly have been from gifts or swaps. So long as it holds cotton and needle and scissors I am good to go!

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  5. What a great way to 'recycle' a pot holder!

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  6. How clever is that? I'll keep that in mind, I've seen some cute pot holders that would
    be perfect for that.

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  7. Using a pot holder is an awesome idea. It's easy, pretty, and still highly usable! Great combination.

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