We’re clearing out room for all the great new products we’ve ordered for the fall!! Come on in to either store for some great clearance prices! Sale prices are in effect now through Saturday, July 23rd in both stores. Find your closest store here.
Check out some of the great deals:
GREAT Selection of Quilt Fabrics – BOGO – Buy one metre, get one metre free!
GREAT Selection of Quilt Fabrics – $6.99 * $8.99 * $10.99
ALL remaining in-stock Quilting Fabrics (except new arrivals) – 20% off!!
Lots of fantastic patterns – just $5! Original prices valued at up to $15.99!
HUGE selection of Sewing Notions, Quilting Notions, & Books at GREAT sale prices!!
SEWING MACHINE DEPARTMENT – FLOOR MODEL CLEARANCE!!
Fabulous SALE prices on MANY Sewing Machines & Sergers: Husqvarna – Bernina – Babylock – Elna
We offer the BEST value on sewing machines & sergers around: Great Prices, Great Service, and GREAT Education!
LOTS MORE on sale in both stores! Hurry in before the deals are all gone!
Today’s Time-Saver doesn’t quite live up to this segments name, except that you don’t have to go searching through a mess of bobbins with this tool! The Bobbin Clip is another reminder of the family aspect of A Great Notion – I can remember many nights in my childhood spent chatting and giggling (and occasionally arguing…) around the kitchen table with my parents, siblings, and grandparents as we worked an assembly line of sorts bagging and labeling Bobbin Clips. I didn’t understand how great this simple tool was though until recently when I re-organized my sewing/guest/music room. I’ve always hesitated on collecting more bobbins (even though it’s a pain not to have enough!) because I had no good way to store them. Problem solved! Bobbins just clip right into it, and are easy to store and organize from there. We do carry a few other types of bobbin storage systems that also work well, such as the Bobbin Saver (this one’s kinda pretty ) and the Bobbin Box (this one is a little more practical as it has a cover to keep the dust off), but the Bobbin Clip is my favourite for two reasons: The first is my family connection, and the second is that it’s the most inexpensive of them all. What can I say? I’m a frugal gal that likes to be organized.
Look at all the room for me to acquire more bobbins! How exciting:
And here’s a picture of one all filled up and pretty that I snagged from the website:
How do you usually store your bobbins? Are you like my mum and have hundreds, or like me and have made do with only a few?