This Clover Threader is one of my favorite products. I have found that I have a lot of trouble threading needles, especially ones with small holes.
I found this Clover Needle Threader and decided to try it out and it works great. It's easy to drop in the needle, lay the thread across and push the button and your needle is threaded.
Watch the video below to see our review of this product and how to use it.
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I found that the first time I used the threader, I had to press the button a few times and watch to see that the little hook/pointer actually goes through the needle hole. I think it needs to be pressed a few times to make sure it's lined up properly. Once lined up though, it works great!
To use the threader, just put your needle into the needle hole at the top. When you put the needle into the threader, try to face the hole towards the side of the threader where the button is.
After inserting your needle, press the button gently a couple of times. This ensures that the pointer/hook is going through the needle hole. If you can't press it down all the way, then jiggle the needle to get it aligned properly.
Place your thread across the thread slot. Then press the button once more and your needle should be threaded! Gently pull your needle out and you'll see the loop of thread. If it didn't work, you can try it again.
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