The first blog hop of August was actually inspired by a reader submitted question. Laurie writes in:
I have been doing embroidery and cross stitching for around 40 years. So I have done quite a few kits and projects and sometimes end up with extra threads, now if I buy the threads that is not a problem, because you can always add to your stash, but if it is a kit what on earth do you do with the bits of thread that are left?
Most kits do not have a thread number. And since most kits give you extra threads so you don’t run short, you end up with lengths of different colors. Have you ever done a project that would use up threads like this. I have thought of trying a sampler and just using the thread in color schemes, you know first pattern row be shades of blue, second shades of red, third shade of yellow etc. But I am afraid it would be a muddled mess.
The theme for Blog Hop #7 is leftover floss and threads.
What do you do with the floss, thread, beads, and other elements you have left over from full project kits?
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I look forward to seeing everyone’s responses for this round! Happy stitching
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