Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow
Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow
Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow
Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow

Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow

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Keep your needle handy while you cut a new piece of thread or step away from your work with no worries of misplacing or dropping it into the cushions or carpet. 

You'll also avoid creating holes in your fabric when you tuck your project away by storing the needle on magnet on the back of the hoop. 

This enamel and metal cat on pillow is inspired by our Catnap kit (and the window comes from On the Canal). It makes a perfect little gift for your favorite crafter (or anyone who wants to attach it via the strong magnet to decorate a jacket, backpack, or sewing tote).

To use a needle magnet, you place the enamel on the front of the fabric in your hoop. Then you put the magnet that comes with it behind the fabric. The magnet is strong enough to ensure your needle will stick to the cute enamel while you're stitching.

Details:
  • Made from hard enamel and polished silver plating.
  • Measures approximately 1.25" long
  • Strong circle magnet approx 5/8" diameter
  • Needle not included
FAQs

Can I do this if I've never embroidered?

Yes. All the instructions you'll need are included. If you've never handled a needle and thread, it might take a while to get comfortable. Take your time, keep your thread length under 18", and just be sure you're not tangling things and that you're pulling the thread all the way through. Once you've got this rhythm established with simple straight stitches, you can keep adding to the stitches you've mastered. The stitching guides actually tell you which stitches to start with on a design if you're new to embroidery.

What can I do with my finished project?

You can finish it in the hoop and hang it or get a frame with a circular cutout and glass cover. My favorite thing to do is to finish the design in a nicer hoop and then display on plate stand or small easel. I add it to styled vignettes around my house.

Will the printed pattern wash out?

No. You may wash your finished project but the printed design will not wash away.

What's the difference between kits and fabric prints?

The kits include not only the fabric print but also floss, needles, a storage tin, and hoop. The fabric prints include just the fabric print and the stitching guide. You will need to supply hoop, needles, and floss.

REVIEWS

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Charlotte Victor

Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow

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Joyce
Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow

What a cute needle minder this is! The design is charming, and it is very well made. The magnet is strong so it keeps needles in one place, safe. I like the way it can go on the stitched piece, itself, or stick to my metal box to use there with extra needles. So even if you didn't want the extra weight on your stitching, itself, the needle minder is a useful notion to have!

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Chris Ruud
Fun design to stitch

I have done embroidery for many years. I have found that these designs are fun to stitch. Stitch instructions are written clearly. I like that everything needed to complete the design is included in the kit.

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Dottie Gillespie
Scary house

It was a joy to do. I used to do counted cross. With my older eyes it was hard to do. These embroideries are a lot easier to see and complete. No sure if I'm going to use the hoop or frame it.

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Patricia Ebejer
Needle Minder

Never thought I needed one but this had been a great addition to my sewing and embroidery tools.

Keep your needle handy while you cut a new piece of thread or step away from your work with no worries of misplacing or dropping it into the cushions or carpet. 

You'll also avoid creating holes in your fabric when you tuck your project away by storing the needle on magnet on the back of the hoop. 

This enamel and metal cat on pillow is inspired by our Catnap kit (and the window comes from On the Canal). It makes a perfect little gift for your favorite crafter (or anyone who wants to attach it via the strong magnet to decorate a jacket, backpack, or sewing tote).

To use a needle magnet, you place the enamel on the front of the fabric in your hoop. Then you put the magnet that comes with it behind the fabric. The magnet is strong enough to ensure your needle will stick to the cute enamel while you're stitching.

Details:
  • Made from hard enamel and polished silver plating.
  • Measures approximately 1.25" long
  • Strong circle magnet approx 5/8" diameter
  • Needle not included
FAQs

Can I do this if I've never embroidered?

Yes. All the instructions you'll need are included. If you've never handled a needle and thread, it might take a while to get comfortable. Take your time, keep your thread length under 18", and just be sure you're not tangling things and that you're pulling the thread all the way through. Once you've got this rhythm established with simple straight stitches, you can keep adding to the stitches you've mastered. The stitching guides actually tell you which stitches to start with on a design if you're new to embroidery.

What can I do with my finished project?

You can finish it in the hoop and hang it or get a frame with a circular cutout and glass cover. My favorite thing to do is to finish the design in a nicer hoop and then display on plate stand or small easel. I add it to styled vignettes around my house.

Will the printed pattern wash out?

No. You may wash your finished project but the printed design will not wash away.

What's the difference between kits and fabric prints?

The kits include not only the fabric print but also floss, needles, a storage tin, and hoop. The fabric prints include just the fabric print and the stitching guide. You will need to supply hoop, needles, and floss.

REVIEWS

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
100%
(8)
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(0)
0%
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C
Charlotte Victor

Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow

J
Joyce
Needle Minder: Cat on Pillow

What a cute needle minder this is! The design is charming, and it is very well made. The magnet is strong so it keeps needles in one place, safe. I like the way it can go on the stitched piece, itself, or stick to my metal box to use there with extra needles. So even if you didn't want the extra weight on your stitching, itself, the needle minder is a useful notion to have!

C
Chris Ruud
Fun design to stitch

I have done embroidery for many years. I have found that these designs are fun to stitch. Stitch instructions are written clearly. I like that everything needed to complete the design is included in the kit.

D
Dottie Gillespie
Scary house

It was a joy to do. I used to do counted cross. With my older eyes it was hard to do. These embroideries are a lot easier to see and complete. No sure if I'm going to use the hoop or frame it.

P
Patricia Ebejer
Needle Minder

Never thought I needed one but this had been a great addition to my sewing and embroidery tools.