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

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    Super Member SewinNancy's Avatar
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    I have had one for years and love it. Never thought I needed one but was given one as a gift and do not know what I would do without it now.

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    I was wondering about that. I've had one for years, it's just a
    little red one..this one being discussed could well be better than
    what I have. Mine will work for most needles, but small needles
    like I use for quilting, ..it just won't work.

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    Go online to Connecting Threads, check out the tools. They have them on sale for $9.??. I have two and they are wonderful. I think I paid $15 for the one I purchased. The second was a gift. Suz

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    Going to order one for my mom.

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    I have one but havent used it yet.

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    These are great! I hope to find one in my Christmas stocking one day....

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    If Joann's doesn't have it you can order one through the Clotide catolog. They are on sale for $12.98.

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    Oooooh that is neat, guess I will have to get me one also

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    Perfect timing! I was wondering if this thing was for real or not, and was about to place an order at connecting threads. Guess I'll add this to the order!

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    I've had one for a couple of years and wonder how I ever managed without it... just love it.

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    How did I ever live without this? is exactly what I said when I got mine, 5 years ago. I keep it in a 6" square clear plactic bin with a locking lid. I always know where it is. When I am on the run, I can grab the bin for applique on the go. It's filled with scissors, thread donut, glue stick, thimble, pins and needles, pencil, needle magnet and a pen magnet & a bandaid.

    This CLOVER desktop needle threader and my FONS & PORTER seam ripper are absolutely the I best ever used, since 1970.

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    would love to have one of those.

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    I love mine !!

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    I have one of these and really like it. Buy the wooden block that it slides into to keep it sitting steady.

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    I have this gadget and love it!! I could not hand sew without it!

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    I need one of those too.

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    I've gotta have one!

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    Holy cow!!! Just what I need. Getting my needle threaded these days is a challenge.

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    I bought mine on the last Quilt Expo, 1 yr ago. I wasn't sure because the price was like 19 dollars. I love it, I don't suffer threading needles anymore! Mine is pink.

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    Neat-o!

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    great little inventions...But, my grandmother had one similar to this when I was young...She would let me sit and thread some needles for her...

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    My husband made a holder for mine. Took a block of wood, cut out the rectangle for it to set in, added a dowel behind it for the thread. Works great! The ones you buy in the store don't have the thread holder so this is much easier.

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    I love my needle threader so much I had to buy another one for travelling with me.

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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:)
    Girl you aren't justa wolfin'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joysewer
    I have one of these and really like it. Buy the wooden block that it slides into to keep it sitting steady.
    Wooden Block for it ?? never knew there was such a thing, will have to look for that.

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