Punch Needle Tool and Threader
Punch needle embroidery is a form of embroidery that's also related to rug hooking. This technique goes back hundreds or maybe even thousands of years, but it has remained popular and takes on looks from primitive to modern, and there are many patterns and kits to choose from. Instead of stitching through the fabric, punch needle pushes thread or yarn into the fabric, while keeping the needle on the surface.
The result of punch needle embroidering is a highly textured design made of loops that shows off its connection to rug making. Like any craft, punch needle takes some practice to get the best results. But after finding the right movements and rhythm, it goes quickly so you can fill a large area in a jiffy
Instructions: Insert threader into needle shaft until the folded end of the wire appears at the other end. Place thread inside the wire loop. Put threader back through the needle shaft until thread emerges from the needle tip. Remove thread from the threader. Insert threader through the eye from back (rounded) side. Place thread inside the wire loop. Pull the needle eye. Remove thread from the threader , leaving a 5.1cm tail.