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HATS Jane Fiddes Needle Keep by The Floss Queen

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    Acrylic needle keeps swivel open and keep your needles in the wool felt - decorative and functional.

    These are designed and made by Cathe, aka The Floss Queen on her laser. They are available in Ivory Pearl or Blue Pearl.

    The needle Keep is made with 2 layers of wool felt (35% wool/65% polyester) in between the acrylic layers, and is held together by a Chicago screw. The needle keep swivels for access to the pages.


    This works best for Needles, not pins since the pin heads won’t clear the acrylic layer.

    We are currently in the shop to ship and offer curbside pickup. We are accepting online orders but we are behind due to a significant increase in order volume. If you have an order that you cannot wait 2-4 weeks for, even if we have the items in stock, we suggest you contact another shop. If you only want items we have in stock, please mark your order Ship Partial Cancel Incomplete Items.

    Most of our vendors are also swamped so we are not able to give an accurate ETA for most items to we are out of. We expect this disruption to last through at least the fall and perhaps through the rest of 2020.

    We hope that everyone stays safe during this difficult time and we appreciate your support.


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    Our current shipping time for complete or partial orders is 7-10 business days. If your order is urgent or you have a deadline, please include that information in the Comments.
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