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Clover Desk Needle Threader - 1/Pack - Purple

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$11.29 - $11.98
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Works on all needle sizes.

The Clover Desk Needle Threader is for sewing and quilting needles. Insert the thread and hold it gently. Then insert the needle, with the eye down, into the needle hole. Softly press the lever, pull the needle and cut the thread. If the thread is pushed through the eye of the needle with too much force, it may be damaged. Make sure the thread thickness is applicable to the size of the needle.

Features

  • Thread needles quickly
  • Threads needles with just one button push
  • For sewing and quilting needles

Product Specifications

Brand: Clover
Units: Each
Material: Plastic
Needle Threaders Make Threading Easy | Thread Your Needles Easily with Needle Threaders | Easy Needle Threaders

Needle Threaders Make Threading Easy

Make needle threading a quick and easy task with a Needle Threader. Choose from a variety of styles, including Needle Threaders for sewing machines, sergers, hand sewing, and more. Great for threading everything from larger tapestry needles to fine hand sewing needles, and especially handy for needles with a small eye.

TYPES OF Needle Threaders – CHOOSE THE RIGHT STYLE FOR THREADING

 

All Purpose Needle Threaders

All-purpose and standard Needle Threaders are applicable for either hand or machine needles in most sizes. Make needle threading easier for a variety of needles with one of these versatile all-purpose threaders.

 
 

Needle Threaders With Thread Cutters

Thread and cut with one convenient tool using a Needle Threader with a built-in thread cutter. Used for threading a hand or machine needle as well as safely and quickly cutting the thread. Choose a Needle Threader with a cutter for a quick and convenient sewing tool.

 
 

Double-Sided Needle Threaders

Double Needle Threaders feature a longer handle and two sizes of Needle Threader. Easy to hold, and with options for threading smaller or larger needles, Double-Sided Threaders are a great choice for those using a variety of needle sizes.

 
 

Sewing Machine Needle Threaders & Serger Needle Threaders

Designed specifically for machine needles or serger needles, these are the go-to Needle Threaders to use to make machine and serger threading easier.

 
How To Use A Needle Threader | Using Needle Threaders | How Do You Thread A Needle With A Needle Threader

How To Use A Needle Threader

To use a standard Needle Threader, push the wire or loop section of the threader through the eye of the needle. For easier insertion of wire threaders, pinch the point of the wire before inserting. Insert your chosen thread through the loop of the threader, and then pull the threader back through the eye of the needle, bringing the thread through with it. Avoid applying heavy pressure, especially to thin wire threaders, as they can be damaged.