HomeHowto & StyleHow to hide threads and use a self-threading needle PREV VIDEO NEXT VIDEO MORE VIDEOS How to sew a perfect quarter-inch seam every time How to transform a dining room hutch using Annie Sloan Chalk paint and two-color distressing How to do fusible applique with the windowing technique Five-Hour Bed Quilt How to sew a mitered border How to hide threads and use a self-threading needle How to fold fabric to fit your storage space How to cut strips for quilting How to make a barn quilt How to do big stitch hand quilting with pearl cotton How to hide threads and use a self-threading needle 30 Views 13 July, 2015 Howto & Style This tutorial is a must watch for new quilters. You’ll learn how to use a self-threading needle to help you hide threads once you are finished quilting. Self-threading needles are also great for anyone who has trouble threading a regular needle. (Visited 30 times, 1 visits today) Show more hide threadshow toquilting tutorialself-threading needle 07:54 PREV How to sew a mitered border 30 June, 2015 02:53 NEXT How to fold fabric to fit your storage space 22 July, 2015 You might be interested in 0 15:12 Fussy Cutting Tutorial for Squares and Borders! 7 July, 2020 0 06:47 New Double Fold Bias Tape Maker Perfect for Making Masks! Made in the US! 23 April, 2020 0 08:22 Bias Tape Binding Hack! Perfect for making fabric mask straps 3 April, 2020 0 How to Make a Mask WITHOUT Elastic 24 March, 2020 0 15:24 Vlog: Moving our shop into our dining room to shelter in place … We are still shipping! 22 March, 2020 0 17:49 Fat Quarter Quilts! Tips for Choosing Fabric … watch Stephanie do a fabric pull 21 March, 2020 0 18:24 Easy Tiger Stripe All Over Free Motion Quilting Stitch Perfect for Modern Triangle & Diamond Quilts 3 March, 2020 0 34:53 Strip Pieced Fat Quarter Friendly Pattern with Half Square Triangles – Secret Treasure 22 February, 2020 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.