This is so much better than fiddling with a regular needle. The one drawback is that the needle is rather large in width. It makes quite the hole when poking through layers of fabric and requires an extremely firm girp in order to do so. Otherwise, love the ease of threading the tails into the loop and how quickly and easily they disappear.
Many years ago I bought snag magic from a quilt show in Red Deer. I found it quite useful over the years. Eventually one broke, so I decided to buy some replacements. I didn’t just buy replacements for myself, I also bought several more so I could give them to friends/family as gifts. So, final comment, it’s a great little tool. Thank you.
Thank you for sharing your SnagMagic Story!!
I machine quilt and tried using a regular needle to bury the thread ends. I saw SnagMagic mentioned on a quilting forum and now it is a thousand times easier. Bought some for my quilting sisters. Love this product!