So why is this thread stand so cool?
First of all, it works with just about any domestic machine. It doesn’t even have to be an embroidery machine. The Hemingworth Thread Stand is one of those products that you didn’t know you needed until you see how it works. Then it is an indispensable helping hand for your embroidery & sewing.
The Thread Stand holds up to 10 spools of thread, each spool has its own spindle to hold it in place. The spool platform is interchangeable, which is great if you have two or more machines. Line up the thread by stitch order or by color which ever is easiest for you. The thread is drawn off vertically to the corresponding hole above and from there to the snip grip. The snip grip is just a holding point before you take the thread to the machine.
To use the thread from the Thread Stand take it out of the snip grip and lead it over to the deliver arm then down to your machine. This unique side delivery arm helps remove unwanted thread twists and allows for a very smoothly feed from the spool to the machine.
The Thread Stand has a nice base which your machine sits on. The weight of your machine helps stabilize the thread stand which means the thread stand won’t tip over like some of those free-standing thread stands.
Easy to assemble and made from high impact polystrene plastic- it's lightweight, strong and looks great. Dimensions are 10-7/8" x 18" base. 18-1/2" high.
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Is it stereotyping to assume all witches have warty noses, unruly gray hair, and ugly clothing? Clearly the stylish owner of these shoes and hat would have none of the above, so here to put a hex on those misconceptions is...Witchy Welcome! This project (finished size 22" x 11"), completed entirely in the 6x10 hoop, consists of 6 design files.
All pieces feature front and back fabrics, dense fleece batting, firm fusible interfacing, and lots of decorative and detail stitching, from the spider web on the hat to the lacing eyelets on the shoes. The sign is attached to the hat with wire or ribbon through the digitized eyelets, and the shoes are attached to the sign in the same way. The completed project offers plenty of opportunities for additional embellishment and hangs from wire or ribbon attached to eyelets on the hat's band and bow.
No promises that anyone will be scared by this hanging on your front door, but you can be assured that it will be a most "welcome" addition to your Halloween festivities!