Feeling Stabby Needle Minder
Introducing the Feeling Stabby Needle Minder, a must-have for any sewer, embroiderer or cross stitcher. You no longer have to worry about putting your needle in your clothing or furniture; this minder will keep it right where you leave it when you must set aside your work. It is also ideal for holding on to patterns and securing small embroidery scissors
The Needle Minder is an incredibly simple but incredibly useful device. All you have to do is place it on the front of your project with the separate magnet at the back of your work. Inside the minder, there's an embedded magnet that will attract your needle or scissors when they're not in use - making them easy to find and safe from getting lost. You can also use it as a way to keep a pattern against your work - just insert the pattern into the gap between minder and fabric!
Each Needle Minder is crafted with precision and care, measuring at around 38mm. To create one, a design is printed onto high quality paper that is then coupled with a metal disc. A piece of mylar serves to protect the image from wear and tear, while a magnet is added on to its reverse side. Once everything is in place, the professional press is used to attach the plastic back and secure it all together.
When ordering, there are two options to consider. With thirteen different colour choices, users can opt for a background in the colour of their liking with white text or vice versa – white background with coloured text. To make your selection, simply use the drop down menus provided.
Every Feeling Stabby needle minder is presented on a kraft card and carefully sealed in its own cellophane bag.
• Keep out of reach of children, could be a choking hazard.
• Made using rare earth magnets, it is imperative to keep your needle minder away from electronic devices and pacemakers.
• I do my utmost to ensure that the colours I display in my photographs are displayed correctly; however, it is extremely difficult to depict them accurately. Despite this, I take every precaution to make sure that they are as close to reality as possible.