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Simple Yarn & Twine Storage

February 22, 2015

Plastic vegetable or fruit containers purchased at the grocery store are great for storing yarn & twine.




It is easy to upcycle these colorful containers.  
Just peel off the labels and place your choice of yarn or twine into the containers and thread through the holes.


When you need a piece of twine, simply cut off what you need.  




Two rolls of yarn fit nicely in the large container.  


These containers are clear so you can easily see what you have. 


You can even stack them!
Unknown said...

What a clever idea! It's so hard to store yarn without finding tangles later... (: Thanks for sharing! Visiting from http://www.andieconn.com/5-ways-creative-despite-depression/ and would love a visit back (:

Betty said...

Clever tip. I'll remember this. I'm visiting from Show and Share.

My Repurposed Life said...

Fun (and pretty) repurpose Julie! thanks so much for linking up to My Repurposed Life Catch as Catch Can!

gail

Cheri the Quilting Nanny said...

visiting from masterpiece monday...what great ideas! makes me want to start crocheting again!
Cheri
www.fabricandmemories.blogspot.com

Mary K. said...

Such a clever idea, my twine is always in a mess!

Techmartin said...

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