How to make a casket for needlework: a few tips
Being engaged in needlework, each skilled worker constantly faces a problem where to put all the necessary small sewing accessories and other accessories (beads, buttons, pins, thimbles, needles, threads, buttons, etc.). Ideal way to store such things - a box for needlework. This wonderful box will truly become the "heart" of the sewing corner of the needlewoman, storing not only the necessary trifles, but also the secrets of art.
What is the most convenient handicraft box?
A distinctive feature of the most practical and convenient gizmos of this kind is the presence of many boxes. Buying a casket in the store, think in advance about what departments in this household you most need, what will be their size and quantity. The most practical are sliding and multi-level devices. It is important to pay attention to the quality of the material, and hence the future longevity of the box. After all, the acquired thing will be constantly in "movement", so the fasteners must be strong and reliable. If you have small children, it is desirable that the box has a lock in order to avoid unforeseen situations (the child can swallow buttons or prick a needle).
Casket for needlework: Is it necessary to buy? Do it yourself!
Of course, in the stores a huge selection of various boxes for skilled workers. But it is in a thing made on its own that all the necessary nuances and subtleties will be provided. For example, a wooden box for needlework can be constructed in several very interesting ways. An ordinary plywood box is divided into bars into several compartments into which small paper boxes are inserted. Or the casket is formed from two or three sliding tiers, fixed at the top with a common clasp.
How is the simplest box for needlework made from matchboxes made?
For the smallest gizmos (beads, beads, buttons) you can make the simplest box of matchboxes. Glue each of them with a beautiful cloth or paper and fix it on a dense basis with the help of the glue "Moment". You can put these mini-items in an empty box of sweets, which has a single lid with a base. So you can easily design several boxes for different accessories. Or you can make it two-tier: the first "floor" will bepull-out drawers from under matches, and the second - boxes without lids. There can be many options. As a stock, use other household items - unnecessary small plastic jars (preferably square), boxes for tea, toothpaste, etc. It all depends on your imagination and your goal.
The ideal option is to have a set of boxes for needlework
Made by own hands a few boxes or boxes will be indispensable helpers in needlework. After all, it's nice when everything is laid out and is in perfect order, and even sorted by types. Therefore, for the most convenience, have a few boxes with different compartments.