Were you raised like me with the adage, “waste not, want not”?
My MIL was routinely jabbed by her daughters for spending $10 on nuts to use up the brown bananas in banana bread instead of throwing away the bananas…
Well, I guess some things are just in our genes.
I can’t stand not getting the last of the glue out of the bottle.
Perhaps it’s because it’s a $9.00 bottle of glue,
or perhaps it’s the way I was raised,
but either way I’ve found a cure!
This morning as I was getting ready to glue up some circles
for my latest Tiny Dresden Quilt when
I realized you might enjoy this tip.
I keep my little Dresden plate supplies in a handy wooden tray
so they are always conveniently together.
Since I use Roxanne Glue-Baste-It VERY FREQUENTLY,
it seems when I get to the end of the bottle I habitually turn it upside down wedged in a corner of the tray with my other supplies so the glue is closer to the tip of the needle when I get ready to use it again very soon.
Of course it would slip or fall over so it was not always as I left it.
Then I would have to wait for the glue to come back to the tip to use it again.
Since I also keep some thread there it dawned on me one day not too long ago that the thread spool was the exact right size to hold the needle of the glue bottle and it keeps it perfectly upright.
The almost-gone-glue is at the tip of the needle always!
Who doesn’t have a spool of thread?
Now I can use up the last drop of glue while making perfect little circles!
But, now my Tiny Dresdens are dry and I must get back to work!
Have a good day &
Just Keep Sewing…
3 thoughts on “End-of-Glue-Bottle-itis Cure!”
I suspect that your MIL also just loved Banana Bread….😁 I love your glue tip and the tray.
Good tip I love those little dresden they are precious
I keep the glue bottle tipped upside down stored in the cylinder tube packaging that it comes in — too obvious? Lol!