1. Thread dispenser
2. Sewing kit
3. Pencil sharpener
let's get started shall we?
Step 1: Materials Needed
2. A nail
3. A hammer
4. Dremel with cut off wheel
5. A small nut and bolt
6. A bicycle spoke
7. A small aluminum pencil sharpener
8. Thread spools and miscellaneous sewing supplies
9. A sponge
10. A metal or nail file
11. About 15 -20 minutes of free time :-}
Step 2: The Thread Dispenser
First you'll wanna make a few holes in the lid using your hammer and nail as shown in picture 2 and 3.
Make your first hole in the center and one on the outer edge of the lid for each spool you intend to use
Next take your bike spoke (it should still have it's nipple) and put it through the center hole measure it to the length of the spools and bend it 90° to keep the spools from falling off then cut/bend off the excess
Now you should have something like picture 4 the spokes nipple should be set firm in the middle hole now unscrew the spoke from the nipple and add your spools the spoke then re-scew the spoke to the nipple and push the ends of the thread through your other holes
now put your lid on your jar and there you have it!
Step 3: The Sewing Kit
This one's really easy punch another hole in the center of the the lid and the sponge (which you should cut to fit the lid) and screw your bolt through them then screw on your bolt to secure it all
Now fill the jar with all your sewing needs, push some pins and needles into in the sponge and done!
Step 4: The Pencil Sharpener
For this one just mark the lids center with the shape of the top of the pencil sharpener and cut out the rectangle with your dremel be sure to make it just a little bit smaller than the sharpener so it will fit snuggly in the lid like it pictures 2-3 you can use a nail file or small metal file to remove the burs from cutting and to perfect the rectangle
Now insert the sharpener into the lid and screw the lid onto the jar and finished!