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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

In Need of Finish Finishing or How I Store Stuff

I thought I would dedicate this week to my projects that have been stitched, but not finish finished. So, today I thought I’d show you the smaller of my two boxes of finished items that need to be finish finished. I bought some flat archival boxes and archival tissue paper a few years back when we moved to Colorado because I wanted these items to travel relatively safely. I placed tissue paper inside the box, much like you would a gift box, and then separated each stitched item with tissue paper. I bought the kind of tissue that is to be used for textiles. It worked out fine and is a nice way to store them until I get around to making them into something. I may never do that, the fun is always in the stitching and there is only so much wall space!


Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

Inquiring minds want to know what's beneath the tissue???

Awesome way to store your things!

Siobhán said...

Nice way to store things!! I stick them in a project bag--not the best idea, I know.