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Thread: How did I ever live without this?!!

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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    I've been looking for one of those and our Joanns used to have them, but I haven't been able to find them now, but I can order one online, but will do that in about a month or so. Every one have a great day, Huggies, Fay

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    Thank you for posting that. I had already ordered it and was wondering if it worked. Yay!

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    I need one very badly. Had seen them but didn't know if they really work. You convinced me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaigai
    My LQS showed me this and I had to have it. I love it!!! No more fighting to thread needles!
    Thanks so much for showing the actual picture of how to do it. Sometimes those directions on the packaging don't show it well enough as an actual picture. I might have to get one now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    I'm gonna need more than 1......If I have only one I'll never find it:)
    Me too!!!! I swear I can set something down and whoosh it's gone!

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    i have one i just love it makes the job so easy

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    I have this but it doesn't always work, especially with very small quilting needles. I think the eye is just too small for some of the threads I use.

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    cool!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbuchanan
    I have this but it doesn't always work, especially with very small quilting needles. I think the eye is just too small for some of the threads I use.
    Nice to know. I use small eyed needles and, obviously, those are the ones that I need the most help with. Still though it looks like it would be useful.

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    love mine....use it all time....

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    This is a great idea but.....I bought one sometime back and loved it but I only had it for a short time and the little piece of metal that pushes the thread thru the needle eye broke. Not o be discouraged I bought another one (and they are not cheap) and the same thing happened. I suppose I could have bought two "defective" ones but I said "oh well" great idea but dosn't work for me.

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    This Clover product is absoultely the best needle threader ever.

    Sandy

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    Thanks, just spent more $$$$$$

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    I just bought one of those but haven't used it yet. Can't wait to try it out.

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    Anyone remember the little red ones similar to this back about 30-40 years ago?

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    Another gadget!!! I'm in heaven!! Got to have it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgullett
    I was always thinking of getting one and wondered if they really worked. Connecting Threads has them in the catalog, 40% off right now. I am going to order mine today!
    I just got mine in pink. THANKS :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    Anyone remember the little red ones similar to this back about 30-40 years ago?


    :D I reember that one and I have the one that used to belong to my aunt years ago before she passed, but the dern thing dissappeared. It works with two sizes of the needle eyes. Huggies, Fay

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    I love mine but its color is basic brown - yours is much prettier!

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    This is the greatest thing since sliced bread!!!!!

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    I don't have trouble threading needles, so don't think I need one. But did you know the same company make a yo yo maker. I have 2 different sizes, and have really been having a ball making yo yos.

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    I had one and after about 50 uses it would not thread the needle anymore. Now I buy the new needles with the bigger eyes like I saw on a tutorial with I believe it was Amy Butler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenda10
    I don't have trouble threading needles, so don't think I need one. But did you know the same company make a yo yo maker. I have 2 different sizes, and have really been having a ball making yo yos.
    Clover - yes they do. I have a flower shaped yoyo maker of theirs and they do heart shapes too but as you say, they also do round ones in different sizes. :-D

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    Do they work for needles with small eyes too? I won't have to find where I put my reading glasses with one of these!

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    A gadget worth getting!! Great!

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