Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Twist ‘N Select Needle Storage Tube

It’s a clever new item for storing & dispensing hand sewing needles.

Have you seen the new Dritz® needle storage tube? Talk about a cool sewing supply! It’s called the Twist ‘N Select™ needle storage tube and I really think you’ll love using it to keep your hand sewing needles organized and ready to use. 

Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Dritz Twist 'N Select Needle Storage Tube

 


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Dritz Twist 'N Select Needle Storage Tube

The Twist ‘N Select™ tube is the perfect home for your hand sewing needles. You can fit many needles inside the tube, and it’s got a special design that keeps the needles from getting stuck as you fan them out to dispense. Do take care not to overload the tube though.


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Dritz Twist 'N Select Needle Storage Tube

The needle tube holds a variety of hand sewing needles, up to 2-1/4″ in length.


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Dritz Twist 'N Select Needle Storage Tube

To use the needle tube, drop needles in one at a time, point side down. Twist the tube to dispense your needles; twist again to lower them back into the tube. When not in use, cover the tube to keep needles secure.


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Dritz Twist 'N Select Needle Storage Tube

How does this handy tube work you’re wondering? It’s got an internal magnet that holds the needles securely inside the tube. The magnet also keeps your needles in place as you twist to dispense. Neat, huh?


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Dritz Twist 'N Select Needle Storage Tube

If you’re like us, you’ve got many different types of hand sewing needles in your stash. If you’ve got a lot of needles to store, you can use a label maker to identify the needle type that’s inside each tube. How’s that for organization?


The Dritz® Twist ‘N Select™ needle storage tube is available at your favorite fabric stores. Check it out the next time you’re shopping for new sewing supplies!

 

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