Tampa, Florida -- Many of you know the frustration of trying to thread a needle. Try It Before You Buy It team member Orel Zwiebel put the One Second Needle to the test.
The needle looks like any other needle, except for the notch on the side that allows for the loop of the thread to slide in.
Orel, who does alot of sewing herself, was skeptical of the claim that you could thread the One Second Needle blindfolded. So she did just that: with her eyes covered, she was able to thread the needle with ease. Orel thought the needle was a great idea and gave it two thumbs up.
The One Second Needle comes with 4 small and 4 large needles and a sewing kit. It is available locally and online and sells for $6.99.