Storage and Display Solutions for your Crafts.

Following on from the other day I have come up with this as a design for Ribbons, Thread and a Jig for tieing bows.

This is the beginning of a range that can be adapted for different uses. The largest is the ribbon display with 3 dowels to hold spools of up to 4 inches diameter shown above.
Here you can see the dowels
protruding from the side of the
carcase for ease of removal
so you can add and remove spools.
The back is rebated into the carcase
 I just think this looks far better than
 having it stapled or nailed on

I made this today it is stepped so you can view your threads easily and comprises of 11 handy pegs to display your threads, much easier than digging through a tin or a bag to find a colour.

Last but not least a handy jig to help make bows. Will make you feel like you have an extra pair of hands.

9 holes spaced 1″ apart so you can tie different sized bows.
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Drew
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2 Responses to Storage and Display Solutions for your Crafts.

  1. They look great, I like the idea for storing threads as well 🙂 Though in this house Black and White are the only two colours we have ! 🙂 Still interested in a lightweight wall mounted ribbon storage too 🙂

  2. I will get onto that this weekend as i need to make some of these to go onto folksy tomorrow. Could you do me a favour and give me an idea of size for example: over all length, how many dowels you may need, average size of spools so if you need more than 1 rail i can work out height required. If you want you can send me a pm on facebook.

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