Keep your craft space nice and neat with these thread and bobbin storage ideas!
Since beginning to sew a couple of years ago I have discovered that the collection of spools of threads (not to mention matching bobbins) grows with every project.
Right now I have them all stashed in a plastic bin, but I see my stash outgrowing that soon (see how I ultimately decided to store my thread and bobbins – it’s brilliant, if I do say so myself!).
Check out these inspiring ideas for storing and organizing your spools of threads and bobbins!
Best bobbin storage from The Scrap Shoppe
With so many thread color options out there, I find it imperative to store your bobbins and spools together if possible.
This brilliant storage solution is my absolutely favorite!
Monogram thread rack from Melly Sews
This is an efficient and CUTE way to store your threads!
It makes your monogram look like a piece of artwork.
Magnetic bobbin storage from Domestic Adventure
This idea is simply brilliant if you use metal bobbins.
Those magnetic strips are super inexpensive!
Corner guard bobbin holder from Sew Many Ways
I don’t think I ever would have thought of using a corner guard this way.
Talk about a brilliant upcycle idea!
Framed pegboard thread rack from Life Created Blog
This such a sweet little idea for your threads!
I bet you can even buy scrap pegboard at the home improvement store for next to nothing.
Decorative spool storage at Lark Crafts
This is a tidy way to keep all your threads together if you don’t have wall space for storage.
And I love the rainbow of spools!
Thread with bobbin storage from MPS Modern Quilt Guild
There is no better storage for bobbins, in my opinion, than WITH their threads of spool.
Pill box bobbin holder at Pick Up Some Creativity
Another great idea thinking outside of the box!
Pill boxes are the perfect size for your bobbins, keeping them nice and tidy.
DIY spool box from Murmur
This upcycled cardboard box is a brilliant DIY for a storage container for your threads.
And easy to store on the shelf!
Quarter round thread storage at Fynes Designs
This is a great idea using quarter round molding and turning it into a spool holder.
I am loving the out-of-the-box ideas!
DIY thread & bobbin board from Craptastic
Making you own thread and bobbin board is a great way to customize your storage.
And it look pretty cute to boot!
DIY sewing thread holder from The Creative Homemaker
This DIY thread and bobbin holder is brilliant!
I love that it holds SO much thread, and the matching bobbins store right beneath the spools.
DIY thread cabinet from Maria Elkins
When you know, you know.
And this DIYer knew exactly how she wanted to store her threads, and she totally made it happen!
Framed thread storage from Grey Luster Girl
This is such a fun way to upcycle an old picture frame!
You may already have all the supplies needed to make this now.
Embroidery hoop thread racks from Yellow Spool
Because who doesn’t have extra embroidery hoops laying around?
Loving this storage solution AND that it incorporates sewing itself!
DIY pegboard thread rack from Sugar Bee Crafts
This simple framed pegboard is perfect for your spool storage.
And you can make it any size you like depending on your spool stash!
Rubber band thread & bobbin storage from Hoppo Bumpo
This is another brilliant idea to keep your bobbin with the matching spool of thread.
Great for keeping loose spools in a drawer!
Extend spool rack with a straw from Designs by Sick
If you find that the spindles on those standard spool storage rack aren’t long enough, try this solution.
Who would have thought plastic straws would be so handy in the sewing room?
Foam toe separator bobbin storage from Sew for Home
I never liked these for home pedicures anyway.
What a great idea for bobbin storage!
Golf tee spool & bobbin holder from SewLicious Home Decor
Golf tees are a great way to keep your spools and bobbins together.
And even cuter when dressed up!
Golf tee tray spool storage from Scrappin My Hyde Off
This is another great golf tee upcycle to make your own spool storage tray.
Those little tees are so inexpensive making this a great alternative to an expensive spool caddy!
I’m loving the storage that involves keeping the bobbins with the matching spools.
I’ve already discovered that is definitely the type of organization I need to incorporate into my own craft space!
So, how do you store your threads and bobbins?
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