Fine Heirloom Sewing, Smocking and Hand Embroidery

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Friday, May 27

Lace Snips

I have a little can that I have been putting snips of leftover lace in.
Long snips that are enough for Daygowns.

A friend gave me this pretty Tin and it has a window so I can see my lace.

The top of the Tin is cute too!

"When speaking to a Bear of Very Little Brain, remember that long words may bother him."
Pooh's Little Instruction Book

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Julia said...


Cynthia Gilbreth said...

What a great idea! I may try that with a canning jar from World Market, which is where I got my laundry room jars. I love the Pooh quotes. Sometimes I sympathize with the "Bear of Very Little Brain".

Cynthia said...

In response to how to store your lace, how about buying the large wooden thread spools at Hobby Lobby, wrapping the lace around it, and storing the spools in a pretty glass container or mason jar? I am going to try it myself. Right now I store them on cardboard Martha Pullen forms. I love your blog!

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