Fly Tying · Fly Tying Scrap Bins

My Custom Fly Tying Scrap Bins and Etsy Shop

Last year while tying at my bench, I realized how aggravating it was to always have to reach under the table to put my clippings in, or when I tied at shows; scrounging around looking for an empty paper cup so that my bench wasn’t a mess. Which in turn created another eye sore; basically the paper cup full of clipped feathers. Remembering one I had made for my sewing bench, I messed with the pattern a little more and came up with one that would work better for fly tying! I made a few test patterns for me and my husband to use at home. And over the last year I have tried to perfect them before selling them online.

I have had quite a deal of interest recently and at this time, and am trying as hard as I can to meet up with the demand, so please bare with me, as my Etsy Shop isn’t fully stocked just yet. Anything there that is listed “Ready to ship” will ship out immediately on the next business day. I have been taking custom orders through Instagram and email at the moment and wanted to take a few moments to explain how the bins work and what the pricing is. I have a wide range of fabrics with more coming in every week so please take a look; and If you dont see what you want do not hesitate to ask. I fabric shop once a week as well as order online every two weeks.

My bins currently come in 2 different styles. Weighted and Unweighted

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Idle Hands: “My contribution to a mini quilt swap”

A Quilters guild that I had been a member of before I moved, had a large number of quilters who lived all across the United States. During one of our meetings I heard that we had a sign up sheet for a mini quilt swap. I decided to join and see what I could come up with, then I realized that it was a secret swap in which you had no contact to your recipient until you finished. We were all given the Instagram name of our partner and had to go off of clues they left you there or just come up with your own idea.