These lovely little vintage style wooden spools are made from high quality solid Birch wood. They have loads of uses for your crafting projects. And they are just perfect for tidying up all those loose threads, twines and robbons you have lying around in your sewing basket.
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Good morning, lovely people! My unintentional, but fun, collection is growing. These old bobbins or spools were used in textile mills and on looms in factories.
Another factor that contributes to this deterioration is the quality of the material they are made from. Threads are made from different materials and some are naturally sturdier compared to others. They also have different thicknesses.
I do needed to find this! So glad this post was recommended in my Pinterest Fred. Hi Emily! In fact, they are in a cute wood bowl on my coffee table with covered in twine and some wintery whites along with some faux succulents and pinecones.
I have combined my favourite Christmas song lyrics with something you find in an old sewing tin to make a vintage wooden thread spool ornament. I love rummaging through old tins full of sewing bits and pieces. As I child I remember that we used to make a wind-up toy with these spools a matchstick and an elastic band like these ones here.