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Oct 25, 2010

Bind & Contain

I am always looking for ways to keep my sewing area and travel gear contained and manageable. These two  containers are great for just that situation.  The first holds most of my pre-wound bobbins and the second is for extra feet for my machines and whatever else I can stuff into it.....LOL

This great product is wonderful, the Q-Knot.  These replace the zip-ties that I can never reopen (can you relate).  Anyway, these are make from tough stretchable rubber. I use them not only in my sewing room and all over the house to cinch up those electrical cords but I also take them with me when on retreat. They keep cords out of the way easily.  Another use on retreats, these are great when used as tags to quickly identify machine cases, suitcases, bags, totes and whatever else you can come up with.
I found these at The Container Store but I'm sure you could find them at Office Depot or Max.


The Calico Cat said...

I thought the poiint of zip ties was that they are not reopenable...

(You have to cut them - as would anyone else - so you know if anyone has rifled through your ziptied bag...)

Thanks for the mention of this product though. Looks useful!

Kristie said...

Hmmm...I think I will try to find some of those Q-Knots around here. They look very handy!

Barb said...

I am so sick of all the cords showing in my home, I told my husband that when we move we will have to figure out something (driving me nutzzz)...so thanks for the tip.

Dionne said...

Nice Tool Tips! Thanks!

Dionne said...

Nice Tool Tips! Thanks!

Teaquilts said...

Thanks for posting about the Q-Knots; hadn't heard of them before.

Quilter Kathy said...

You are getting all organized over there! I am trying to get the scraps under control, but you make me realize that the threads need some attention too!


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