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  • Vanessa Rivard

    Keep your filled bobbins together (and keep the threads from dangling) by storing them in a foam toe separator, the kind used for pedicures. GEnius!! buy them at Dollar store!

  • Natisha Pierce

    Keep your filled bobbins together (and keep the threads from dangling) by storing them in a foam toe separator, the kind used for pedicures. Great idea if I ever start using my sewing machine.

  • Angela Dunaway

    Keep your filled bobbins together (and keep the threads from dangling) by storing them in a foam toe separator, the kind used for pedicures. Incredibly COOL idea!

  • Nikki Gossett Slobig

    bobbin storage - foam toe separators @Ruthie Brown

  • Jennifer Fleming

    Shut the front door! Amazing Bobbin Storage Idea

  • Kittye Parker

    Seriously? How did I never think of storing bobbins in a toe separator? That's genius! There are a ton of other sewing tips on this site too...

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  • Diane Taylor

    Great tip! I use a large doll stand to guide the thread. Cost about $3.