Stitch faster, neater and more accurately by parking your working threads on Needle Park Avenue. Have more needles threaded at a time and end your working threads less often. Attach the Needle Park Avenue to your project with the very strong rare earth magnets (included). Write the symbol or color number on the Needle Park Avenue. When you finish stitching with a color in one area, simply park the threaded needle next to the appropriate symbol. When you need that color again, it is ready to use! Only end a thread when you run out of thread on the needle, or when you don't need that color again for the project. Reusable - erase symbols with ease and reuse!
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A Must-Have for Large Projects, 2.9.2012
By: Christina Thompson
I'm working on a project with literally hundreds of colors. This is a must-have, as it allows me to leave my various needles threaded and neatly parked at the bottom of my fabric. No skipping around with my stitching anymore, I just stitch the current area of the color, then park the thread where I will next need it, so than I can stitch that area when I get to it. I'm ordering lots more of these so I can have even more needles parked, as I'm running out of room on the NPAs I already have.
Wonderful gadget!, 7.22.2010
By: Mary Pound
I love using the Needle Park Avenue. It fits perfectly in the lid of a mint tin . Its magnet holds it securely in place. I use this in my travel kit and it's been around the world with me.
Stitchers best friend, 3.21.2009
By: Mari Voipio
I'm a needlework nerd. I collect cool needlework tools - most of which I never use as I don't stitch that much -, many of which I've never seen at stores in my home country. However, as I'm a "stitcher on the go" and usually carry a project with me, the Needle Park Avenue I got for myself last spring has turned out to be extremely handy.
Even when I stitch single-coloured blackwork, I load the Park Avenue with threaded needles on Sunday evening, fasten it to the hem of my ongoing project and it'll last through several days' commuting. I don't lose needles any more, I don't need to carry tangling skeins with me nor try to thread a needle in a moving bus - and get maximum time out of my commuter stitching!