Tutorial – How to Make a Needle Threader

Time for something a little different. If you do any form of needlework then you ’ re going to be threading needles … a lot. So it makes common sense to use a tool to make it quicker and easier. There are lots of needle threaders available to buy, some very childlike and strictly hardheaded and others more cosmetic. As separate of the appeal of craft is making something yourself we thought we ’ d provide a short circuit tutorial on how to make your very own customs needle threaders …
needle threaders
Some acerate leaf threaders I ’ ve made

Supplies Needed

You ’ re going to need the pursuit :

  • Decorative stone or large bead with a hole drilled through the length of it.
  • Smaller complementary beads
  • 2 Crimp tubes
  • Bead stringing wire (I’m using 0.30 mm thickness)
  • Crimping pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Flat nose pliers

needle threader supplies
Tools – flat nose pliers ( left ), crimping pliers ( center ), cable cutters ( right )
The wire I am using is 0.30 millimeter thickness which works with a size 22 acerate leaf. If you use a smaller needle you will need to ensure the wire you buy will pass through the eye of the needle when folded in a loop but is besides still firm enough to hold the shape of the closed circuit
bead stringing wire
Crimping tubes, size 2 works with this particular size of wire – note on the wire spool pictured above it states what size fold to use, thus if you change your wire thickness, be sure to double-check the crimp size required .
crimp tubes
There are two steps to using crimping pliers, inaugural you use the inner semi-circle area to crush the tube in identify and trap the wires, then you use the out area to round the oppress metro .
crimping pliers
Decorative stone with hole through the distance and complemental beads
stone beads

Instructions

Cut a length of wire about 12 inches long .
Fold in half and using the bland nose pliers squeeze the loop to crease slightly .
Fold wire
electrify with wrinkle
needle threader tutorial 2

Put a crimp metro onto both wires and slither it up to the end, leaving a loop of about one inch or just under ( this will vary depending on the size of your stone )
crimp tube on wire
crimp tube on wire
Using the crimping pliers crush the tube in place using the semi-circular area of the pliers .
needle threader tutorial 5
then use the circular section of the pliers to round the crush metro .
needle threader tutorial 6
The wire should be firm held in station now ( give the electrify a little tug to be sure )
needle threader tutorial 7
Add your cosmetic beads and stone, play around with your design and experiment before you secure another crimp at the other end of the blueprint
Trim off the overindulgence wire at the conclusion and you ’ re done !
finished needle threader

How to Use

Thread the loop of the wire through the eye of the acerate leaf
needle threader instructions
Put your floss through cringle and pull the bodkin out of the needle – this should leave your needle threaded !

needle threader instructions
now you have a handy joyride to use anytime you need to thread your following needle. It ’ south great using crafts to create tools to help you create other craft pieces !
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