Four Pro Storage Tips For Embroidery Floss

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Four Pro Storage Tips For Embroidery Floss

23 April 2020
 Categories: Business, Blog

To keep your embroidery supplies intact, you need to be mindful of how you store them, especially when it comes to your floss. Poor storage habits can actually damage the floss and render it unusable when you are ready to use it. Learn some practical storage tips you can follow to protect your floss like a pro. 

Don't Open Until Ready to Use

Try not to open the packages of floss until you are ready to use them. Keeping the floss in its packaging keeps it a lot more secure, which can help preserve the floss. Depending on the amount of space you have, you can keep all of the unopened floss in one location or you can decide to put it together with the opened floss. Either way, it's a good practice to follow.

Braid Floss

For the embroidery floss that you have used, consider braiding the floss to keep it contained. When the floss strands are left loose, they can tangle and wrap around each other. Not only does it take longer to retrieve the floss when it's in this state, but the floss can also be stretched during the process, which could damage the strands to the point that they can't be used. Braiding the floss keeps it tight and secure to avoid this sort of problem.

Color Coordinate Floss

If you want to minimize the amount of time it takes to access your floss, and most importantly, keep you from overspending on materials, it's a great idea to color coordinate your floss. For example, put all the shades of red in one area and all the shades of green in another. If everything is tossed together it's much harder to miss what you're looking for and assume you're out of a particular color, when you're not.

Invest in a Storage System

Lastly, it's a good idea to invest in a storage system to house your floss inside. What type of storage system you use should be based on how you plan to store the floss. For example, for the braided floss, you could store the strands on plastic rings that you could then place on a thread rack. For the unopened packs of floss, you could invest in a plastic container with drawers and place the floss into drawers based on the hue. 

Make sure you keep these tips in mind as you store your floss and other embroidery materials and supplies. Contact Maywood Embroidery Products for more.