Needle Organizer Chart

I did up a pdf document for the Needle Organizer Chart.  You can download HERE!!!

Would LOVE to see photos of YOUR organizer.

The chart is a mirror image of mine.

You can print this out onto inkjet ready fabric or treated fabric.  You will need to set to MIRROR image before printing.

You can see more of the construction of mine HERE.

Dale Anne Potter

Dale Anne Potter

Textile Mixed Media Artist, Teacher, Coach living in a small town in SW Saskatchewan, Canada who ENJOYS Spreading Positive Creativity worldwide. Dale publishes Creative Ramblings, a regular eZine full of inspiration, support & encouragement., and is the Author of soon to be released: My Creative Road Map, a Path to True Happiness.
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9 responses to “Needle Organizer Chart

  1. It’s a great idea.thank you for the patern

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern! I really need one of these! I plan to make mine adding the brand and well as the size.

  3. Oh, Dale Anne, this is perfect! I just got a Needle Sharpening Pad and I’ve been trying to figure out how to keep track of the needles that I sharpen. To sharpen, I just sew over the pad (no thread) and the needle is sharpened!

  4. Dale Anne,

    Fabulous idea. It’s getting more difficult to read those tiny numbers on the needles these days! :)

    Michele

  5. I made some for my friends at Christmas. Go to my blog and click on December 2009 and scroll down until you see them.

  6. Mary, I have alittle piece of masking tape on my machine that I can write what needle I’m using in the machine right now. When the tape (about an inch) is filled & crossed out so much I rip off a new piece and use the old piece to wrap a dull needle before tossing into the old pill container.

  7. Mary Heseltine

    I don’t see the ball-headed pin that marks the space for the needle currently in your machine! This gives the vital clue to people like me who otherwise have to get out the VERY BIG magnifying glass to read the needle shank I’m sure you just took it out for the photo!