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I have never been much of a Suzie Homemaker, and I’m fairly certain it has to do with the fact that I lack the patience to take on such time consuming craft projects. One of things I disliked the most was sewing, it felt tedious to me. I disliked it so much, that when a button needed re sewn; I would make it my husband’s job to fix it. I think part of my problem was that no body ever really sat down with me as a child and taught me to be crafty. I could never crochet, knit, sew or do any of those domestic wifely duties.
While I was pregnant, once I hit nesting mode, it was time to get ready for baby. I took sewing lessons from my sister, and I finally got the knack down pat. I learned to sew a felt owl mobile, and several bibs. As much as I loved making such a heartfelt gift for my soon to be princess, the most frustrating thing was constantly having to re thread my needles. What a pain in the booty!? Cutting the thread, licking the end, straining my eyes and peering over my glasses to see the eyelet. It would take me at least a couple tries to get it in, and sometimes after sewing for a bit the thread would slip out. By then the end of the thread was frayed, and nearly impossible to re thread. So when I watched the infomercial for the One Second Needle, the #1 thing that came to mind was, how much I had wished I had had that product when I made that mobile. It would have saved me time, as well as patience, and perhaps the mobile could have gotten completed in under 3 weeks.
Since receiving the One Second Needle, I have been able to keep my patience in tact and tackle anything I can get my hands on that needed repaired. From buttons, to hems, to loose threads in some of my favorite shirts. It takes absolutely no time at all before my new needle is threaded and I’m on my way to Suzie status. This is a great product, and I think it would be great for just about anyone, from kids that are first learning to sew to even people with poor eyesight.