Do you have hanks of embroidery thread left over from projects completed or abandoned long ago? Well dust them off and take a look around your house to access new ways you can use them.
Use several strands of embroidery thread to wrap small gifts & then tie into a generous bow on top.
Braid embroidery floss into long strands to use as ribbons to wrap gifts.
Homemade tassels using embroidery floss can be used in place of a bow on a gift.
Take a look through your stash of embroidery thread next time you need the perfect color of thread for a hand-sewn project or mending session.
Braid one or more colors of embroidery floss together to use as ties, trim, belt loops, button loops …
Twist or braid together six strands of embroidery thread. Dip the ends in glue to stiffen them & when the glue dries you have a new set of shoelaces.
Braid embroidery floss into a long strand, then braid that strand into your hair, use it as a hairband or wrap around a ponytail.
Braid one or more colors of embroidery floss to use as curtain tie-backs, to trim upholstered furniture, lampshades or pillows …
Take a plain basket from ordinary to extraordinary by weaving four or more strands of embroidery thread through the baskets holes with a large eyed darning needle.
Homemade tassels using embroidery floss added to curtain tie-backs and other home decor projects.