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Sharon shows you how to keep track and manage the needles you use in your machine.


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#13 Anne 2016-05-30 17:13
Thanks so much for the hint about sewing machine needles and the delightful needle cushion! I'll be sure to use your ideas.
#12 Karen M 2016-05-26 20:05
Thank you! This is a great tip using labels and the pin cushion for a "needle cushion"!
#11 NcJosey 2016-05-25 19:00
Love your series. I've been using the same labels with needle information for quite a while. I also note the "date" I put the needle in the machine. That way, when I've not spent any significant time to be measured, I can reference the "date" & think about the amount of time I've actually used the needle.
#10 Sue F. 2016-05-25 18:17
Wonder tips and a really pleasant person telling us. Thank you Sharon. :lol:
#9 AnnieLu 2016-05-25 16:05
Sharon,
Your comment about changing the needle every 8 hours got me to wondering about the new titanium needles. They brag about Being good for 5 times as long as a conventional needle. What are your thoughts on them?
#8 Phyllis 2016-05-25 15:14
Thank you Sharon. I do use the sticker now but hadn't figured out how to resolve that somewhat used needle so will try that solution. All of your videos are great!!
#7 Peggy H. 2016-05-25 11:43
Thank you so much. :-) Another problem solved!
#6 Sandra04 2016-05-25 11:16
I agree with many of the wonderful comments left by fellow quilters..this series is great. Sharon's style and knowledge are much appreciated.
#5 Michele K. 2016-05-25 11:09
I keep my needles in their packet, and always start with the needle on the left. I return it to the packet, facing the opposite direction if possible. After one is worn I also have a space between the old and new needles. The packet gets tucked into a spot next to my machine. And an organizing tip-I use 3M Command hooks to hang my notions, so all my needle choices are within easy reach on the outside of a closet door right behind my swivel chair.
#4 Linda Ingle 2016-05-25 10:48
Wonderful idea! I have tons of those stickers, I use them for lots of things but never thought to use them for my needles. Perfect idea. Thank you
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