The Speedy Stitcher Sewing Awl Kit

Item Number: 44122 UPC: 072879441222 Categories: ,

The Speedy Stitcher Sewing Awl Kit is an indispensable tool for sewing. The Stitcher can be used to sew any heavy material. It’s a handy tool to have around the house, farm, camp or boat.

  • Needles are stored inside the handle
  • Sews a lock-stitch – just like a sewing machine
  • It’s a great tool for sewing or repairing: Outdoor & camping equipment, General household repairs, Athletic equipment, Sails & mooring covers, Auto tops & upholstery
  • Kit contains: 1 ct Sewing Awl, 1 ct Straight Needle, 1 ct Curved Needle, 30 yd (27.43 m) Waxed Polyester Thread

Quantity: 1 PC

Color: Natural

To set up:

    1. Unscrew chuck lock to find needles.
    2. Pull end of thread from bobbin through hole in handle.
    3. Loop thread around tension post.
    4. Continue thread along handle groove and through ferrule hole.
    5. Place needle in threaded post making sure that grooves in needle and threaded post are in alignment with each other.
    6. Pass thread through eye of needle, then through the chuck lock as shown.
    7. Screw chuck lock onto threaded post and tighten securely by hand only.

To stitch:

    1. Push needle through material and draw out enough thread to do the length of the work involved, plus about 3 inches more.
    2. Draw thread through the material so that the full length of thread is pulled through the hole in which the needle rests.
    3. Hold thread in position and pull needle back through the material and start it through a second hole.
    4. Push needle as far as it will go, then draw back enough to that the thread forms a loop. Pass all of the thread through this loop.
    5. While holding thread taut in one hand, draw needle out with other hand. This forms a lock-stitch in the material. Draw equally hard on the awl and the loose end of the thread.
    6. Before taking another stitch, release more thread between the needle and the material to allow you to move the awl back and start the next hole. Continue same procedure until finished.
    7. After you have finished your stitching, use the following procedure to tie off the thread. On your last stitch, instead of passing thread through the loop, grasp loop and pull out about 3 inches of thread. Cut thread. Then pull awl and needle out of material. Now you have both ends of thread on the same side of material for tying off. Use square knot.

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