I use them to hold a stack of finished blocks together - each group of ten is pinned so I can easily keep track of how many I've made.
Another use - when cutting out multiple pieces of fabric, I use them to mark the piece name - I've got a bunch of these marked A, B, C etc or 1, 2, 3.
And, the best part? They aren't expensive!
And for those of you visiting for the first time, welcome! Be sure you check out my Elm Street Quilt Bag It series! The giveaway ends December 14th so you've some time to enter.
Throughout the month of November, I posted a series of tutorials on making five different styles of bags and pouches. Here is the full list of blog posts:
- Basic Zip Pouch
- Boxing corners
- Size options for Basic Zip Pouch
- Basic of Boxy Pouches
- Size options for Boxy Pouches
- Using scraps for bags
- Storage Bags
- Mini Storage Bags
- Headphone Pouch
- Jewelry roll bags
- Triangle Bags
- Size options for Triangle Bags
I hope you found this tip on staying organized helpful. I'll be linking up here.
Have a wonderful day! Patty