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Singer Assorted Self Threading Hand Needles, 15-Count

by Singer
4.3 out of 5 stars 91 customer reviews

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  • Singer assorted self-threading hand needles come in a handy "dial-a-needle" storage compact. Simple line up circle over compartment to pick your needle
  • Each package contains 15 assorted self-threading hand needles; While holding needles and thread between thumb and index finger od one hand, with the other hand pull thread gently over the notch and down into the top eye
  • Always use needle size suitable for thread size
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  • Product Dimensions: 0.3 x 3 x 5 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000YZAPXS
  • Item model number: 00290
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 91 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,473 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Singer Assorted Self-Threading Hand Needles come in a handy "Dial-A-Needle" storage compact. Simple line up circle over compartment to pick your needle. Each package contains (15) assorted self-threading hand needles. While holding needles and thread between thumb and index finger od one hand, with the other hand pull thread gently over the notch and down into the top eye. The needle eye locks automatically. Always use needle size suitable for thread size. The needle eye locks automatically.

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Great idea, poor execution. The gap between the two parts of the needle eye are so tight that the thread breaks more often than not. When my mother-in-law said she was having trouble threading these I told her I'd figure it out and let her know how to do it but found myself having the same problem. I have bought other self threading needles for her that worked wonderfully (the brand on those was "JOHN JAMES". I was REALLY disappointed in these as I purchased 5 packages of them thinking "good price and Singer brand besides" and had given them to her and elderly relatives that I knew liked to sew. I will go back to buying the John James brand that I had purchased before for my mother-in-law...she loved those as much as she hates these. The only reason these got a one star rating is because there wasn't anything lower than that!
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Makes it easier to sew and repair, but difficult to use thicker thread when sewing.Allows persons with limited vision to continue sewing without frustration .
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All needles are same size, not assorted that I can see. I can thread them with some difficulty, but others in my crafts group don't care for them at all, won't even take them as a gift.
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When you don't want to pull our your 'readers', these are ideal! Just press and hold a 2 inch piece against the shaft with your left hand, then pull the length of thread against the top head, and it just Pops in! NO trying to aim for the eye of the needle, over and over!
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I'm using regular sewing thread and for the life of me I can not get the needle threaded the way the instructions say. It says to "gently" pull the thread over the notch and down into the top eye. Maybe I'm doing something wrong but it just doesn't work for me at all. I always end up just breaking the thread so I'm throwing mine away and trying to find the kind I had years ago that worked so well. They had a slot on the bottom side of the eye so you could just pull your thread up through that and you were ready to sew. I hope they still make that kind for people like me that just can't get the hang of this type.
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I do have to say that in order for the thread to be hooked into the needle, the needle must be sitting on a flat surface, because it takes a bit of pressure to pop the thread into the self-threading notch at the top of the needle. I tried to do it just holding the needle and that did not work, but it works beautifully when the needle is placed on a hard surface and the thread just held taut and pushed down on the notch and it just pops in.
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I love these self-threading needles. I do a lot of hand sewing and even with my reading glasses on, still have a very hard time threading a needle. So, being able to just pop the thread into the top is wonderful! If the thread is old, it may break before it pops in, but then you probably shouldn't be using it anyway. Otherwise, I've had no problems at all with the thread coming out while I'm sewing.
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Arrived as stipulated. Looks like what I needed and more. No complaints- gave 1 away as gift- it was much appreciated.
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