£ 5.49 – £ 6.49
Itchin’ To Be Stitchin’ Magnetic Needle Minder, a sewing accessory to keep your needles safe.
The perfect accessory for any sewer, embroiderer or cross stitcher. No more having to put needle in your clothes or furniture! The minder keeps your needle exactly where you leave it when you need to put your work to one side. The needle minders come in 2 sizes; 25mm and 38mm.
How does it work? Sandwich your fabric with the minder on the front and the separate magnet at the back. A magnet inside the minder means your needle can ‘stick’ to the front of the minder when you’re not using it, keeping it safe and easy to find.
Made using a professional badge machine with images printed on high quality paper. A piece of mylar covers the image for protection. A magnet is placed on the reverse side of the metal disc and the back securely fitted. A separate magnet comes with the minder. The backing for the 25mm is a metal disc; for the 38mm a plastic disc.
How To Order
1. Choose your preferred size.
2. Choose your colour option.
Colours available: Black, Brown, Green, Teal Green, Lime Green, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Light Purple, Blue, Navy Blue, Turquoise,
The minder and separate magnet come presented on kraft card, and placed in a cellophane packet. The needle minders make the perfect gift for any sewing enthusiast.
Please note: Keep out of reach of children, could be a choking hazard. Made with rare earth magnets. Keep the needle minders away from electronics, and pacemakers. As these needle minders are handmade, they may vary slightly from the picture. Any glare on the images is just from the photo and will not be on the finished needle minder.
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Black, Brown, Green, Teal Green, Lime Green, Pink, Dark Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Light Purple, Blue, Navy Blue, Turquoise
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