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Llama Thread Bobbin

By: Inessa Medina from picotpals.com
Llama thread bobbin
Llama Thread Bobbin

"I hate to throw away yarn scraps. I go through bouts of collecting scraps followed by periods of purging my messy workspace. To break this cycle, I sorted through my pile of odds and ends. I created these llama bobbins to organize and display my favorite yarns and threads! There are two files. One has blank llamas that you can decorate! The other has pre- decorated llamas. Each page has 6 llamas each. I printed out a page of blank llamas on kraft paper card stock and decorated them with a white gel pen. Because I’m working with heavier weight yarns, I glued two llamas together with white glue and left them to dry with binder clips. If you don’t have any binder clips on hand, you can always try using clothespins or carefully placing the llamas beneath a heavy book to dry. If you’re using these bobbins to store thread, one llama should be sturdy enough!"

Materials List

  • kraft cardstock paper
  • free printable (included in the blog post)
  • sharp scissors
  • gel pens (optional)
  • white glue (optional)
  • binder clips (optional)
  • scrap yarn or embroidery thread
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