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helping to reduce hand fatigue. We are proud that
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Before beginning any project, having the proper
tools for the craft are important. This video shows the
Ultra-Punch 3 needle set. The needle size is crucial for
the thread, yarn or ribbon type you will be using.

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This is an excellent lesson on threading your
Ultra-Punch Needle using a sample length
of embroidery floss.

Your yarn or thread that you will punching with
on most projects, will be longer in length.

However long it may be, you will thread your
Ultra-Punch Needle the same way.

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The fabric is "Drum Head" tight because the
fabric is in the hoop the correct way.

The inner ring of the hoop has a lip;
set the narrow side of this section of the
hoop down on a flat surface; the lip must be up.
Place the working side (Back Side) of the fabric up over
the inner ring with the lip. Loosen the adjustment nut
on the outer ring, slip the outer ring over the fabric and
inner ring be sure the outer ring is under the lip of the
inner ring. Tighten the adjusting nut while pulling your
fabric (Work around the hoop), pulling and tightening,
until the fabric is "Drum Head" tight.

If a mistake is made, wrong color, stitches to far apart, etc.,
it is easy to make a correction.

Be sure to use sturdy fabric like weavers cloth.
If using muslin, knits; these fabrics must be reinforced with
 iron-on interfacing. Some t-shirts can work with interfacing,
but this would be for the advanced puncher, use the
"baste on" method for t-shirts. You can punch the design on
weavers cloth and leave a 1/2" edge when cutting
out the design and baste it on to the the garment,
kitchen window curtains, apron, in children's rooms
or what ever you desire. 


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