What do you do with those lightly used sewing machine needles? Needles that are still sewing worthy. Return them to the original needle cartridge with a black mark indicating the needle has been lightly used? Place the needle in a sectioned-off pin cushion indicating needle type and size? Toss the needle in a nearby dish thinking "I will remember the needle type and size? Hmmmmm, do these scenarios sound familiar? Yep, been there and now . . . . have the answer:
The myPad by Grabbit Sewing Tools. Here's the cool thing about myPad, not only can you organize your lightly used needles by type and size, but use the white flower head pin to identify the needle currently in your sewing machine. Hello, this is so easy! Why didn't I think of this?
The myPad can be found in your local quilt shop or machine dealer. It retails for less than $15. I have 3 machines, so I might just get a myPad for each machine.