Monday, October 1, 2012

Blog Hop #9 - Stitching Tools

Stitching the Night Away Stitching Bloggers Blog Hop

The blog hop question for this round is:

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?

Wow!  Another tough question to narrow down so I don't think I will limit myself!  ;-)

Absolute must-haves are my scroll frames and floor stand from Artisan Design!  I have the original Gazelle floor stand with the optional chart holder.  I have enough scroll frame rods and sidebars to make 7 (yes, 7!) complete frames.  All of my frames currently have a project on them.

Other gadgets that I've found to be extremely helpful include:
Other items in my sewing/craft room that have me so spoiled:
  • DVD player
  • LCD tv
  • glider rocker and ottoman
Happy Stitching!

Stacy

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6 comments:

Cathy Pavlovich said...

This was a good topic for us stitchers. Great way to learn about new products, or ones that are unfamiliar to us.
Cathy

Kasey said...

Wonderful!! I loved your additions and realized what I didn't think about for myself.

Meari said...

It's nice to see what others "must have" to stitch. Thanks for sharing :)

Bridge said...

Oh...I totally forgot my CD player that I listen to books on cd. I love reading about what everyone needs to stitch.

Edie S said...

I loved the tool of a Star De-Tailor; had never heard of this, found it on-line and ordered immediately; a must thing to have when you have to frog and then resecure the thread. How nice of you to help educate us newbees.

Edie S said...

I loved the tool of a Star De-Tailor; had never heard of this, found it on-line and ordered immediately; a must thing to have when you have to frog and then resecure the thread. How nice of you to help educate us newbees.