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Posted on: 8/26/12 10:23 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people   Very Helpful by 7 people   
I keep a clip attached to a suction cup (found a places like Staples) on my machine it is located directly over the stitch adjustment lever. It hols the little plactic case containing needle perfectly. When I change the neelde I put the case in the clip. It's very handy>

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Nancy Rhodes said...
Clever idea... do you put your used needle back in? or ?? I presently use green painters tape and write on it. On my trusty bernina - not plastic, I write on it in sharpie fine point. cross out, add next needle. When full, a damp cloth and a tiny dab of soft scrub removes all and I can start again. I like your idea.
8/29/12 3:35 PM
quathy said...
That's brilliant! I used to just keep the case next to the machine, but they get lost. Love the suction cup idea.
8/27/12 5:06 PM
tatica said...
Please, add a picture.
8/27/12 8:29 AM
 
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