Get organized! That is what we keep telling ourselves, or at least I do, every time I step into my sewing space. Some of us have big sewing studios and others work on the kitchen table. No mater where you create, keeping organized is critical. The Your Nest Organizer by Joan Ford is going to help with this, pinkie promise.
Your Nest Organizer
The Your Nest Organizer has a 4-1/2″ square base and is about 1-1/2″ tall. It’s made of a sturdy, but flexible plastic. Rulers are held by a series of evenly spaced square shaped pegs or spikes – that kinda look like sticks that form a birds nest. The pegs make up about 2/3 of Your Nest Organizers area.
In front of the spikes is an oblong scoop cradle – the perfect place to rest a rotary cutter. In front of the scoop are three miniature cups to hold scissors or marking tools.
Notions show in photo are:
- Turquoise bird scissors by Alyssa Thomas of Penguin and Fish
- Turn & More by Patty Young of ModKid
- Ruby Ruler by Blair Stocker
- Schmetz needles
- Stiletto and pressing tool by Annie
- Frixion Pen
- Pink Splash Rotary cutter
- Wonder Clips
Who invented the Your Nest Organizer
Joan Ford, Chief ‘Flight Director’ at Pudgie Parrot, LLC and Hummingbird Highway LLC. Joan is a published author, pattern designer and now, a notion inventor. She is super nice, very smart and extremely talented!
Where can you get and how much?
Ask your favorite local sewing shop but if you can’t find them, below are a few places on line:
Look at all the pretty colors!!
Watch the video!
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