Wednesday Giveaway

Susan Spiers is this week’s lucky winner! She will receive two different needle threaders that are compact, portable, and that really work! (Of course you do have to see well enough to put the wire through the eye of the needle :-).)

If you are not Susan and you’d like one or more needle threaders, you can find them and all sorts of sewing notions, books, and other fun stuff at!

Shipping is free on orders over $75 every day.

101 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. I always need a needle threaded. As I age more + more, my readers get stronger+ stronger. Unfortunately my machine does not have an automatic threader. Nor do my embroidery needles. I find the ones you don’t have to thread but sorta click through, click back out while sewing. I would like to be considered for one threaded.


  2. I can’t stitch with those smaller appliqué needles without a needle threader. The pressed metal ones don’t last long with me at all. These look a better quality


  3. Laughed, “ have to see well enough to put the threader in the needle. I was in a class once using ultra fine thread and really small needle eyes. The lighting was so bad I had to stand outside to thread the needles. 😑 Maybe these would have helped. Thanks Becky.


  4. Once upon a time, I prided myself in being able to thread needles quickly and easily. I was young and foolish! Sure could use needle threaders now!


  5. I don’t know what’s going on, but they seem to be making the eyes on needles smaller and smaller every year! This would help combat that dreadful state of affairs:)


  6. I go thru needle threaders very quickly. Now, when i get ready to applique or paper piece I thread 10 needles and keep in my Clover needle dome. Then, when I am traveling or sitting thru a long class I can pull them out one by one and I get lots of work done!


  7. Wow, I love your silk scarf! It’s an amazing design and lovely colors!
    You have such an amazing array of wonderful items I could broke shopping at your store!


  8. I seem to buy needle threads at least once a month, they seem to not last just like my eyes I guess. I would like to try these threads, I haven’t seen them in Canada.


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