It's Sew Emma Oh Sew Stash n Store Gray Organizers
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Just one. I've found it extremely useful for keeping frequently used sewing utensils in one place: a seam ripper, that purple thing, a knit picker, a pencil, a white and yellow chalk pen, a small pair of scissors, and a lint brush for the washing machine There are so many possibilities. Even a small ruler or mitre tool can be slid into the slot between the holes!
Set it next to your machine to keep your snips, seam rippers, and mig jigs in place. It can also be used as a desk organizer for pens, pencils, and paper clips.
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This organizer is fantastic. There are two of them in my possession. One is on my cutting table, and the other is near my sewing machine; they both work great and can hold a lot of stuff. I gave it four stars instead of five because it is too easy to move around. It should have a non-slick rubber bottom. To keep it from moving around, I cut a piece of rubber shelf liner and placed it under it. I have a nice wood sewing center, and if I don't put something underneath it to keep it in place, it will slide all over it. It's fantastic apart from that!.
To keep it from sliding around, I placed some rubber shelf liner underneath it. I wanted the smaller version as well, but for some reason it was $4 more expensive than this one? So there you have it. I did find a smaller one for less and ordered it with other items to save on shipping. So, with the exception of size and color grey, they are identical. When I'm sewing, I'm tired of kitties dropping my scissors and other items on the floor from a deep window near the sewing table. As a result, I ordered a number of trays, as well as these, in order to try to avoid it. It will all work out if we work together. Small scissors, as well as a couple of my sewing rulers with sliding 6" rulers, will fit. As well as a few other items. It can't hold everything, but it can help you figure out what does and doesn't work with it. And it's a keeper because it's better than a keeper who was completely different from this. Both sizes are overpriced in my opinion, given what they are and how they are constructed. However, price can also reflect your perspective on something's utility. I'd like something in the middle of this size and the smaller half-size one. So, I looked for about 9" and didn't find anything.
But, after giving it a shot, I discovered that it saves space on my sewing table, holds everything I've thrown at it, and keeps my tools organized. This is fantastic. I'm glad I took a chance on it.
This is where I keep my sewing machine, and it has a lot of sewing tools in it. It takes up very little room and can hold a variety of items of various sizes. When the sewing group came over, I spent a lot of time running back and forth from my sewing room, gathering items for people to borrow because they had forgotten to bring their own. So I stuffed this organizer with scissors, seam rippers, pens, hem gauges, and other sewing notions and left it out so people wouldn't have to ask me if they needed something. It really works.
br>This is the ideal location for storing my frequently used items. I don't keep my rulers in there, but the 6 inch type might work for you. It's best for your small snipping and trimming scissors, as well as items that aren't more than 7 inches long. Height is 8 inches. br>My other notions are still kept in a desk supply round unit near my sewing machine - This new stand, on the other hand, is the closest to my machine. br>It is a very stable unit. It does not fall over.
This Sew Emma has a hold on me. It holds more scissors than anything else I've tried so far, and the points are safely tucked away. Additionally, storage niches come in two sizes and are quite adaptable. It's a good thing I got two!.
I can fit all of my odd-shaped tools into the various slots, and the shape/weight of the unit keeps it upright and prevents it from tipping over. This is fantastic because it allows me to keep these tools close to me while embroidering on my machines.
Stable base is ideal for cosmetics, sewing notions, pens, and other small items. Don't expect to be able to carry much. ie. Maybelline mascara is a little too tight. Still Love intends to purchase additional items for my sewing table and as gifts.