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  1. asterandsage.wordpress.com says:

    If you don’t have a needle threader or you’ve broken it [maybe I have gorilla hands, but I can only use it once and then the flimsy thing gives out on me] you can fix a snag using a needle with a large eye. Just push the needle most of the way through the fabric and stick your snag into the eye. Same thing you’d do with the needle threader, but using a big needle instead. Use the thinnest needle you can– if it’s a silk snag a beading needle might even work for you.

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