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Kiriki Press MICRO Needle Threader

Kiriki Press solid body needle threaders are as sturdy & functional as they are beautiful. Made from Canadian Stainless Steel, the thread hook is made to withstand repeated use. The Micro threader is made to be used with needles size 12 or higher and can be used with anywhere from 2-6 strands of standard embroidery floss or perle cotton thread. 

:: One (1) Kirki Press MICRO Needle Threader in Your Choice of designs
:: Size: 1" x 1.75"
:: Design Options: Bunny, Bear or Floral Lace
:: For use with needles size 12 or higher with fine threads and small needle eyes. 
:: Thin & Sturdy
:: Made of Stainless Steel
:: Made in Canada

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Heidi Parkes
Bunnies!! And, works well for my LARGER needles

My favorite needle is a size 7 milliners, and this is too big for that, but works well with many other needles, especially when I'm venturing into fuzzier yarns and threads. The quality of the mental and smoothness with which it was cut out is superb. And so cute!!!

Sue K

This is by far, the best needle threader I’ve ever used! It is small enough to easily thread even the tiniest needle and so much better than wire ones.

Perfect Addition to a Pincushion

This threader is beautiful and sturdy. I added it to a diy pincushion for a gift and the recipient loved it. The threader was easy to attach and made a perfect accent.

handy threader!

this is such a cute and handy threader! highly recommend.

Sam E
I Love This!

Why did I stubbornly refuse to try anything to help thread a needle and for so long? Thank goodness I finally saw reason and tried this micro threader. It's perfect for the small needles used on the Kiriki DIY Embroidered Doll Kit. It pulls 1 or 2 strands of floss easily and keeps its shape, well, except for when I tried to yank it through with three strands of floss. Even then, it bent only slightly and I was able to work out the kink so it's nice and straight again. I love the cute bunny design and how easily and comfortably I can fit my thumb and forefinger on it to pull the thread through the needle. I think I need more.