Twin needles: the smart way to store them by Paul Leger April 5, 2022 written by Paul Leger April 5, 2022 221 It’s always a good idea when doing double needlework to have spare needles. Instead of having three-needle packs with one double needle in each pack, put them all in one package. It’ll save some space they’ll all be at the same spot. Combine up to three double needles in one needle package. Check out last week’s tip: How sock hangers ‘work’ in your quilting space Print this page or save as a PDF notionsorganizing sewing roomquilting tutorialschmetztwin needle FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditWhatsappTelegramEmail Paul Leger I took my first quilting course in September 1994 in Barrie, Ontario, near the armed forces base where I was stationed. After moving to Ottawa in 1996, I joined my first guild. I took more courses and began to buy quilting books and lots of fabrics. Quilting has become my passion. I have made over 150 more quilts since then, and have never looked back. I now share my knowledge of quilting by teaching and doing presentations, and blogging! previous post FREE! QUILTsocial Magazine Issue 22 Now Available! next post Half filled bobbins and spools: what are they good for? YOU MAY ALSO LIKE... Stitch regulation on the PFAFF powerquilter 1600 Don’t miss it! Courtepointe Québec celebrates its quilting... Finishing a quilt block to size: Here’s what... Half filled bobbins and spools: what are they... The hardest part about making a memory quilt:... How sock hangers ‘work’ in your quilting space Don’t throw away those leftover fabric binding strips The best way to organize your sewing machine... In quilting, a worn-out cutting mat is still... Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.