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And the Winner of 1,000 Clever Sewing Shortcuts & Tips is…

Contratulations to the Threads online member who was randomly selected in our current giveaway. Dawn will receive a copy of the book 1000 Clever Sewing Shortcuts & Tips. In this great new book by Deepika Prakash, founder of, you’ll learn great tips gleaned from the fans and master teachers who support, and the tips are categorized to make it easy to find a tip for whatever sewing task you’re working on.

Congratulations again Dawn!

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  1. BirdieSews | | #1

    I like to have my small notions like scissors, seam ripper, tweezers, point turner, sewing machine screw driver, thimble, frequently used feet, etc. near me when I sew/embroider and was frustrated whenever I needed one of these and had to either look around the top of my sewing table, dig in the basket by my machine or look in a drawer for them. A few years ago I purchased an artist's carousel from an office supply store, the kind that is pyramid-shaped and has 4 large slots on the bottom and various sized openings meant for brushes and 4 large openings on top. I placed it to the right of my machine and now I have places for pens, rulers, the small notions, whatever I need. For $15, what a time saver this has been; all I have to do is rotate the carousel to find what I want, AND no more clutter on top of my table!

    I also want to share a warning about silicone thread products: My computerized machine technician told me NOT to use silicone products for my thread because it corrodes the thread disks in the machine. Need you ask how I know?! Birdie

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