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.
Dritz-LED Lighted Needle Threader: Green. Retractable wire threader with LED light that activates when threader slides out of case. Built-in thread cutter on side and slot on end for attaching to a lanyard. Comfortable size and shape with finger grips on backside.
This flexible wire threader has a small loop at its end which holds the thread securely as the thread passes through the eye of the needle. Threader can also be used for stringing beads. Useful for hand, machine and serger needles.
This multi-purpose tool has protective caps to cover the tools for storage but also function as handles during use. A handy tool to keep next to your sewing machine. Fine blade seam ripper for cutting unwanted stitches and rubbery thread eraser handle to grab and erase threads away.
Fine tip awl with rounded nonslip handle for punching holes in leather, vinyl, plastic and fleece. Tip of awl can also be used as a stiletto at the sewing machine to hold fabric layers in place and guide them under the presser foot.
Dritz Thermal Thimbles. Protect your fingers from heat with these thermal thimbles! Designed to fit the index finger and thumb on either hand, these heat-resistant Thermal Thimbles help you press your clothing and fabrics without burning your fingers. These are not intended for use with needles or sharp objects. This package contains three thimbles in different sizes to choose your best fit. Sizes: 1.01 inches, 0.89 inches and 0.76 inches.
Transfers designs from paper to fabric with iron. Trace or draw your own designs. Always test pencil on swatch of fabric to be sure marks will transfer satisfactorily. 1.Draw design on plain sheet of paper or trace design using tissue paper. Make dark lines for a clear transfer. NOTE - Design will be reversed when transferred. 2.Position paper design side down on fabric. 3.Set dry iron on "Cotton" setting, press for 5-10 seconds. 4.Without moving the design, lift one corner to check transfer. Press again, if necessary. Use only when design will be covered by paint, thread, embroidery floss, etc.