Snag Nab It
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Type: Cross Stitch Supplies
Handy little tool to catch snags or wayward threads and take them to the back. Only 2 3/8" long with a needle point. Half the tool is textured which is what catches the thread. Poke through from the front to capture the snag or thread, put through to the back and rearrange the fibers to cover the hole.
|Reviews From Customers Who Purchased This Item|
from United States on 06/10/2020 - thanks
from Netherlands on 03/06/2020 - Snag Nab-it, how did I do without it
Saw this on Floss Tube and had to have it! Not available in The Netherlands so ordered it at 123stitch. So happy to have discovered this.
from Canada on 02/21/2020
from United States on 02/15/2020 - The Snag-Nab It
This is an indispensable tool for cross stitch. It works beautifully for evening out rough stitches.
from United States on 02/01/2020 - Great tool
This is all over Floss Tube...had to have! So great for moving pulled threads on the front to the back...a must have tool for cross-stitch!
from United States on 10/29/2019 - Best Item to tuck in short threads!
Have owned this item for years! I taped the plastic holder that it comes with to the side is a jar on my sewing end table! It will tuck in pulled threads on sweaters, and floss that escapes on embroidery! Wonderful tool
from Bulgaria on 09/16/2019
from United States on 08/20/2019 - Everyone needs this if you stich
This is a great tool for embroiderers or Knitters. If you have a piece of thread sticking up on the wrong side this tool will grab it and you can easily push it to the other side. Get several as they are Easy to drop and hard to find.
from United States on 12/08/2018 - snag nab it
This little guy works great. You should really have one, too.
from United States on 10/10/2018 - it works!
I fixed all the straglies on my cross stitch projects!
from United States on 10/08/2018 - Monarch butterfly button
Very true colors for Monarch. Listed as small Monarch butterfly but I thought it was a little larger than what I would consider small.
from United States on 06/15/2018 - Snag Nab It
Never used on until I bought this, but this is a handy tool
from United States on 03/16/2018 - A must-have tool for any stitcher!
Perfect tool when working with metallic threads.
from United States on 02/21/2018 - Good for low count linens
This tool works well to pull threads to the back of your work on lower count linens. The tool is definitely too large to use on anything higher than 32 ct though. Wish there was a second, smaller size.
from United States on 02/07/2018 - What a little tool!
Since I found this neat little tool I would not stitch without it. I do not use it a lot but when you have one of those stitches that just does not want to lay down this helps in doing just that.
from United States on 01/01/2018 - Must Have
I was recommended this from a Youtube video, it's on of those items that you could probably live without but once you have it you'll be surprised how often you use it and how handy it can be!
from United States on 12/30/2017 - Snag Nab-It
This is the easiest tool to use for repairing snags. I had an old one that would get caught on the fabric, so I always hesitated to use it. A saleslady showed me her Snag Nab-It that a previous customer gave her years ago. I bought extra and gave some as Christmas 'extras' with other gifts to family. It comes in a carry case and is so small that it takes up so little room to carry in your purse...that's where mine will be!
from United States on 12/23/2017 - The BEST!
My favorite use for this tool is to fluff up Whisper thread. Of course the tool works great for fixing snags and loose threads too. I don't know how I lived without this thing for 30 years.
from United States on 12/10/2017 - A Must Have
I order several of these each time I place an order! Snag Nab-It is great as a stitching tool,as it neatens up a stitch that doesn't quite lay right. It works well with clothing repairs, too.
from United States on 11/22/2017 - Snag Nab-It
I had the one loose stitch that I just could not get to tighten up. I followed the directions and used this tool, and it fixed it right up!
from United States on 11/01/2017 - Super Tool
So easy to use! This is my second in over 66 years of stitching. You just put it in your fabric where thread sticks up, put the end shaped like a needle in the nearest hole holding the snag and it will push it to the back! It never shows, so you look like the pros!
from United States on 10/21/2017 - Great little tool!
Such an inexpensive little tool. I dont know how I didnt know about this thing before. Makes dealing with those lose threads on cross stitching so much easier
from United States on 08/12/2017 - Snag Nab-It
Great little tool is wonderful to pull through stray threads on my cross stitch.
from United States on 08/02/2017 - It works!!
I saw this on someone's YouTube so I decided to try it out. And it works great!!
from United States on 06/30/2017 - Fantastic little gizmo
This is a needleworkers MUST have. Ever notice a stitch sometimes does lay just right? This little rasp is just the perfect tool. Help pull loose ends through to the bottom, helps to adjust the way a stitch lays.
from United States on 05/28/2017 - i love it
I tried this on my cross stitch project. I had a small stitch pop up and I was already past the point to undo it, so I decided to give Snag Nab It a try. I followed the directions and it fixed the stitch. Thanks
from United States on 05/26/2017 - Handy tool
This is such a handy tool for my cross stitch! I also used it on my snagged wool sweater to great effect.
from United States on 05/25/2017
Where has this been all my life?!I love it!
from United States on 05/18/2017 - Snag Nab-It
I was already making an order and decided to throw this in the cart on a bit of an impulse. I have a few large gauge sweaters I'm always using very small crochet hooks to fix and thought this may be easier. Boy, is it! Not only did it "mend" you can't see the snag on the front and that's what matters, right? all of the sweaters that were too tightly woven for my crochet hooks, but it was also able to take care of the snags on my husband's tightly knit/woven microfiber work shirts. I'm sold. My husband was so amazed that I generously gave it to him maybe he'll repair some of his own stuff now? and plan to order another to keep in my sewing room and one for my Mom the next time I put together a cart. To use it's basically like making a single stitch with a needle one end is sharp and you poke that through the front of your fabric in the middle of the snag. Then you pull the Snag Nab-It completely through and out the back. The textured top will catch the threads in the snag and pull them through to the back side of the fabric with it, effectively hiding and "repairing" the snag.
from United States on 05/17/2017 - Snag Nab It
Handy little thing. Works well and doesn't fray the thread. Definitely recommend it.
from United States on 05/09/2017 - Snag Nab it
This is a very handy tool. I like it very much and find it very useful.
from United States on 04/22/2017 - Little gem
This little tool works like a charm getting thread from the the front to the back. I was graphing my pattern using thread on the material and I was using this to pick out the stitches then I had a stray thread sticking up I put this little gem to work and the thread went to the back easily. This is very handy when you have to find the end of the thread to take stitches out. This is a simple tool you will find many uses for and you will wonder why you didn't purchase it long ago.
from United States on 04/16/2017 - Unsure How To Use Snag Nab-It
The rating I have given this product is only because I was unable to get it to work as described. I followed the directions on the packaging of the Snag Nab-It, but I was unsuccessful in getting it to work. Maybe with some practice on my part, I can accomplish it, but I think I need someone to demonstrate how to use it.
from United States on 03/16/2017 - Don't know how I lived without it
I was already making an order and went ahead and added it to my cart. I used it the same day it arrived, and now I'm not sure how I lived with out it.
from United States on 03/06/2017 - How did I ever get along without it????
Whoever invented this little gadget was an absolute genius. I've used it several times since I got it, and it works just as described. I'm going to order another one as back up.
from United States on 03/01/2017 - Great product
Love this little gadget - it works great!
from United States on 12/29/2016 - Best Little Tool Ever!
There is nothing that can do the job this little gem does! I keep one in my desk at work and one at home. Gave all the girls in my office one for Christmas and they LOVE it! Many never knew it existed.
from United States on 12/07/2016
Love this! I now have three because I want back-up in case I misplace one.
from United States on 06/16/2016 - Snag Nab-0t
from United States on 03/08/2016 - Wonder tool
I can't believe I ever stitched without it. Grabs stray threads fixes little problems in a snap.
from United States on 02/29/2016 - Snag Nab-it
This is so amazing. I can't believe how many times I need to use it. It pulls any bits of excess thread or slight mis-color in a minute. Thank you
from United States on 04/07/2015 - Can't believe I ever lived without it!
I've been doing needle work all my life and was amazed how useful the snag nab-it is. I use it routinely to clear thread ends in cross stitch or tighten the tension on a stitch. Snags and knots are no longer a problem.
from United States on 02/10/2015 - snag nab it
have not used this yet--hope it will work with my tatting
from United States on 01/29/2015 - Awesome Tool Everyone Needs!
Snag Nab It was really easy to use! Also made my sweaters look brand new again! Now all my snagged sweaters are looking great snag free again!
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