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« Reply #15: January 25, 2011, 01:13:42 pm »

Yeah. I can do it OK for cross-stitch, but that's because I can hold the needle the way I need it held. Something fixed could cause me real trouble.

You could thread it THEN screw the needle in - they do come out.  Or use a needle-threader, though really I find those things a pain in the butt.

My sewing machine, you can pop the needle out, thread the entire thing, then put the needle back in.  the REST of the threading is easy.
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