I love this design, is it available for purchase? Thanks
Very nice and neat and easy to read. Enjoy!
Great idea! I just finished trying to figure out what needles I had in my machine were and what the ones I had taken out to use a different kind and set aside - whew! what a job!
Ah, that's exactly when this little baby comes in handy! No more guesswork or trying to read the tiny, tiny engraved size on the needle! This one is already in use!
Awesome project and so Handy!!!Great work...Gorgeous
Nice needle holder. Better then the one I got some time ago. Great that you can read the needle types & sizes. Great job. Happy Stitching
Great job, especially the lettering!
This is so useful. I've lost track of what the needles are when I change from one type to another. It helps with the labeling on needles, but still it's a problem. Great idea!
The lettering is great! It is clear for being so small. I am sure this will be used hard with all the designs and projects you come up with.
Looks great. Hopefully your machine will be ready soon.
I have the one that was in DBC many years back and use it all the time. I love your idea to use a colored pinhead to mark the type of needle that is in your machine at the time. I find that the older I get, the less I remember!
Thanks, Sharon...I'm with you, can't for the life of me remember which needle is actually in the machine!
Great job, especially on the tiny letters!!
Thanks, Vicki...yes, they are tiny!
Great idea, I've got one Meg made me and it's got the amount of stitches on it, like Sandra suggests. Love Chris
Thanks Chris, I will investigate that. Sandra.
Your design of the needle mat is terrific, and would make great gifts for sewing friends. Nice idea for different colour pin heads to keep track of needles. Just another suggestion that you may incorporate, is the amount of stitches for each needle size Sandra.
Thanks, Sandra...I will have to think about stitches!
great job ... this will keep you super organised! hugs maria x x
Nice job Kim/Lillian
Thank you, Lillian...
Nice job! I still use one of the large size tomato pin cushions and use a sharpie pen to label the sections. I no longer see well enough to read the markings on the needles. Your idea would make gifts for friends or even take into your dealer and they may want to sell them. Worth a try of asking. Kay
Thanks, Kay...good use of the Tomato Pincushion, too!
Very well done and practical. A nice gift for any sewer..
Thanks, Angie...I agree totally!
What can i say ****Darn your Good!!!Got your machine home???hugs
Thanks, Carolyn...no, did not get my machine back yet...went to my girlfriends house and used her new BabyLock Destiny 2...
Oh poor you ****it won't be long now *****