When ever I have a few minutes
I pull out my
Festive Cheer quilt
with some hand work.
I am in the process of hand appliqueing
to the center of each block.
Call me crazy, but I find hand work
Never the less, all those circles
means a lot of threading of needles,
my least favorite part of the process.
When I reached my 40's those little holes
in the needles seemed to get smaller and smaller,
and now that I'm in my 50's
they are a complete blur.
Pulling out the reading glasses
doesn't even help much.
I was pretty excited when I was contacted recently
by Pam Turner
and asked if I would review
the side threading needle.
I need this needle!
Simply wrap the thread around the base
of the needle,
pull up until you feel the thread reach the notch
and then pull down
securing the thread.
It's as easy as that!
are 100% stainless steel
and made here in America.
*Pam is the inventor!
To learn more about
sizes and options
make sure to visit Pam's web site
My main concern was wondering
if the thread would stay threaded.
I'm using the basic sharp SE 8-Q
for short stitches as I applique
and I find the needle a little thicker than
I am used to, but other than that
I'm a fan of
and will be using them again and again.