by jrob Moderator 31 May 2016

I was prompted to post this hint from the seam ripper holder project by baydreamer where many of you said you also had a problem keeping up with your seam ripper. She came up with a pretty and very useful solution. I used to have that problem, but I noticed that I never lost one side or the other. I always had put the cap back on before I misplaced my seam ripper, so..... I taped the cap on the front of my machine with painters tape and it's been there for nearly a decade now. I did have to replace the 10 year old tape for the picture :).

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by gerryvb 01 Jun 2016

life can be so simple....thank you for the tip :)

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by Ossineu 01 Jun 2016

Wonderful idea:-)

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by marianb 01 Jun 2016

A very good idea..

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by katydid 31 May 2016

Great idea! Now if I could find all the other things that I misplace. Kay

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by mad14kt 31 May 2016

Good idea ;D

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by baydreamer 31 May 2016

Great idea!

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by sbott54 31 May 2016

Two tips today on handling stray seam rippers. Both are great and how simple can it be to just tape. Thanks for sharing your idea.

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by PeggyJ 31 May 2016

What a great idea. Going to do this and share with my sewing friends. Thank you for sharing.

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by dailylaundry 31 May 2016

Great solution!

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by sewdeb 31 May 2016

Brilliant idea - which I will be borrowing! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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by crafter2243 Moderator 31 May 2016

Great idea.

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by 02kar Moderator 31 May 2016

Thanks I love this idea. No more rummaging in the drawer to find one anymore.

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by carolpountney 31 May 2016

Great idea will have to try it

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by dragonflyer 31 May 2016

Brilliant! I have one of those round magnetic pin holders. I keep the cap on the back end of the seam ripper and put it on the magnetic pin holder with the pins...

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jerrib by jerrib 31 May 2016

Be careful with magnets around your machine. I have heard it isn't wise.

dragonflyer by dragonflyer 31 May 2016

Thanks, Jerri

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