June is passing by in a blur for me! I want to share a quick tip in the form of a link with you today. You don’t have to have an Instagram account in order to benefit from it. Check out the #TipsAndTutorials hashtag by clicking on the link to peruse the information shared there! Clearly, not all the information there will be quilting or sewing related, but you never know when you will find a gem of information (quilting related or not) that you needed to know.
For a more relevant option, how about #QuiltingTips or #TipsAndTutorialsTuesday?! Do you know of any other great hashtags we should explore?
I really loved that this note was written to share and then picked up and shared via Instagram to an even larger audience!
I look forward to learning from you, so please link up any new tips or tutorials you have shared recently and be sure to visit others in the link up as well.
17 thoughts on “Tips and Tutorials Tuesday #20”
Some people are so clever! Thanks for sharing!
And as we can see there , the simplest ideas are the best
This is a great idea and so simple it makes you go, why didn’t I think of that?? 🙂
The great thing about tips like this is the validation it gives everyone. We are not alone in our abilities to lose things we just had. 🙂
I’m tempted to teather my thread snips near my machine as I’m always walking of with them! Thanks for hosting, Yvonne!
Great ideas; keeping a basket handy by the machine but also snapping pictures of things to remember. I think my scissors and especially my rippers develop legs as they are never where I seemed to have put them. Thanks for the party! I hope there are lots of guests because I can use all the tips I can get.
I like the idea. I have a bamboo lazy Susan holder that holds my seam ripper, little rulers, marking pens, cream and extra scissors, it sits right on the corner of my sewing table.
How fun that that little tip got shared so widely! Thanks for hosting again this week 🙂
I have a basket on a peg board behind me with tools & a muffin tin holder thing I made on my table to hold most used items. My problem is remembering to put said items back in their place after I use them!
love the idea of sharing handwritten tips! I love the handwriting too, so much prettier than my own!
June has definitely gone quickly. Not to wish away time, but I’m looking forward to closing the door on June and a busy spring. Looking forward to getting back to a normal, regular routine — both at work, at home, and with sewing.
Sadly my tips are mostly things not to do again (like don’t put your rotary cutter in the box without pushing up the cover – ouch). Or don’t cut with scissors without checking your skirt isn’t underneath where you are cutting.
That is a great idea! I’ll be completely reorganizing in the new studio, so I may have to use that tip.
thanks for the tip!