Christmas Craft Project with Serger Thread Cones

Christmas Craft Project with Serger Thread Cones

If you live in or have traveled to the Carolinas, then you may know that this area has a long history in textiles. The mills still dot the landscape, with one in nearly every town. Some are dilapidated, some just empty, and some of have been converted into new commercial/residential use. Relics of that textile mill history (such as serger thread cones) are found in nearly every antique and thrift store in the region.Read more ›

Weaving Bobbins as Spindle Ornaments

Weaving Bobbins as Spindle Ornaments

Because Greenville, SC (where I used to live) was historically a textile town, the relics of those old fabric mills are found in every vintage shop around. And repurposing those relics is a favorite pastime- including these weaving bobbins or pirns that I found. Because they were on the smaller side, I decided to turn them into spindle ornaments for our Christmas tree!Read more ›

Necklace Making with Vintage Wooden Spools and Flour Sack Fabric

Necklace Making with Vintage Wooden Spools and Flour Sack Fabric

I have what you might call a *thing* for vintage wooden spools. And by thing, I mean “mild obsession”, because there are just so many crafting possibilities with them! So, I decided to do some necklace making with them!Read more ›

Wooden Necklace Holder with Vintage Thread Spools

Wooden Necklace Holder with Vintage Thread Spools

As a short & round woman, I am destined to love accessories since my clothing options are limited. Which means that jewelry organization and jewelry storage are always something I need more of. So, after collecting some salvaged wood and vintage thread spools, I decided to create a wooden necklace holder with them.

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