October 1st already??! Hard to believe, but it must be because it's time for another round of the blog hop:
"What are your must-have stitching tools and aides? Other
than your trusty scissors, of course. Is there a problem you have had
when stitching that you created your own solution for, or have you
purchased a tool that helped?"
Oh, boy...this is a good one! First and foremost, I would be lost without my Pako Needle Organizers. They are so easy to change-up to move from project to project. I'd never attempt another BAP without them. I have 3 now and am thinking I may pick up a couple more, since DH is uses them also.
Another must-have are my Q-snap frames. I have several sets and usually have at least 3 working frames on projects at any given time. I'm going to be picking up additional ones soon, as DH has expressed interest in using these as well.
The other tools I can't live without are:
*Enough scissors to have a pair for each project
*DMC needle cases
*My LoRan magnetic board and folding stand
*My Stitch Happy clear tote bag that I use to carry my current project to and from work
I also use Post-Its a lot as a way to keep track of the symbols/floss colors on large projects. I just draw a simple graph on a Post-It, fill in the chart symbols and corresponding floss colors, and stick it somewhere on the chart page I'm working on. That way, I know I'll always have a copy of the floss key with me. It's very easy to unstick and restick several times until I'm finished with that page.
What can you not live without?
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