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Trying the “MAGIC EMBROIDERY PEN” – does it work? | Embroidery Pen Review

Trying the “MAGIC EMBROIDERY PEN” – does it work? | Embroidery Pen Review

This video is supported in part by Skillshare. [Intro music] Hello and welcome back to my channel! My name’s Annika, and today I’m going
to be reviewing something that a lot of you have asked me to review… this so called
magic embroidery pen. Now it has been touted as a way to make embroidery
easier, more accessible, faster, more exciting… But I’m a little bit skeptical of whether
it actually works, because I’ve been burned before… ARGGHH ALL OF THIS JUST CAME OUT EUGH! So before you go out and buy one for yourself,
let’s see if it… can do the thing. So I ordered one, from the internet – this
seems to be the same one that is being sold everywhere, under sometimes different brand
names, sometimes it’s called ‘WarmCrochet’ but there’s a lot of like, generic versions
around. Ok, so, this is the package that I received. I’m gonna open it up here… Ok good! That’s a good start, we have instructions…. Oh, instructions that fall apart, but instructions
none the less! Don’t worry guys, it says that it IS a ‘quality
product’! Needle punching is.. easy to start and impossible
to stop! Am I going to be stuck doing this forever? First we have to thread the main needle. Ok so this one is the main needle… I don’t wanna waste really nice embroidery
thread on my first attempt, so.. I’m going to find a not so nice colour. Ok so to thread this we will need the needle
threader, and the punch needle. So first we put the threader in through the
punch needle itself… Oh! Pops out the top there.. Then we insert the thread slash yarn.. I’m going to use 6 strands here but I don’t
know what weight of thread I’m supposed to be using.. ok, then pull the threader back
through… Oh! And there it goes… and then we use this
again to pull it through the little eye of the embroidery needle. So that goes through the little hole in the
needle, and then we pull it back through…and is that it? THAT’S IT! That wasn’t too hard! I’m surprised! Now the real test… will it work? So I’ve got some cotton fabric here, to
try it out on – I’m just going to pop that onto an embroidery hoop so that the fabric
is nice and… tense? Is that the right word? Taut? Ok, so my fabric is just a standard, cotton
fabric, and it’s in the embroidery hoop, nice and taut… So now, apparently, we just punch this through…
what happens to this little… this long bit of thread? Doesn’t say what we do with this little
stringy bit but we will figure that out later, lets see if it even does anything first. I’m really excited! Huh. Nope. Nope. Nope… still.. nope.. aww! Well THAT didn’t work! C’mon…
[laughs] Eugh, not again! This is the handheld sewing machine all over
again. Why won’t you go in? Go INTO the fabric! IN! Ok so I think the problem here is the needle
is way too big for this fabric, and I’m literally… It’s just poking gigantic holes thought
the fabric.. which, I mean, IS THERAPUTIC… But it’s not what its supposed to be doing… But for now I’m going to try this on a different
fabric, I’m going to try this on denim. Maybe it will work with that. Alright leeets try this again…oh hang on! It almost stayed in…
[laughs] C’monnnn C’MONNNNNN
[weeps in frustration] Ok this might help, there’s a little dial
on the side, not sure what it does because it’s literally just called, screw, in the
instructions…. Let’s turn it up all the way to 11… ah
it makes the needle longer, ok that might help, let’s just make it as long as possible…
then it might actually stay in the fabric? I dunno, I’m totally guessing here… OKAY! [gasps] OHHHH! It’s staying the fabric!!! YUSS
I guess I’ll just do a straight line here…boop de doop ba boop… I guess I’m doing a little S? Ok, we’ve made an S.
Oh no! Oh NO! What? So… ok… yeah this is my concern with this… The thread came out WAY too easily, there’s
nothing to anchor it to the back, of the piece of fabric so… I’m not entirely sure how that’s supposed
to work. And it says you can apply it to pretty much
anything, any kind of cloth… look at the examples they’ve given, I mean, there’s
a warning sign right there…like if THAT is the best examples they can give? Ok so this kit came with three different size
needles, this is the one that was originally in it, which is GIGANTIC compared to this
smaller one. So if I put the little small one… hopefully, it might work better? I’ve been filming for… 42 minutes. Ok, lets see if this works. [mumbles of frustration]
Oh man, now it’s just not holding… why aren’t you holding in? Now it just doesn’t want to stay in the
fabric! What happened? What happened to make you not want to stay
in the fabric, thread? It’s like, chasing me around… WHAT’S YA DEAL?! WHY? I don’t understand! … I’m done. [Door slams] Ok instructions, I’ve lost all faith in you, I am turning to YouTube, to see if anyone
else has figured these things out… [typing noise] How. To. Use. An. Embroidery. pen. [YouTube clip music starts] Well, well, well, well. Hello. I am back. And boy, have I learned a LOT. First, let’s talk about what this thing
is NOT. It’s not a revolutionary new tool. It’s not a magic embroidery pen. It’s not even supposed to be used for the
type of embroidery that it’s largely been marketed for. Nope, this tool is more accurately called
a Punch Needle, and it is used for a very specific craft called Punch Needle Embroidery. Yet, it has been completely mis-marketed as
something else. So – firstly, what is Punch Needle Embroidery? Well, it is a different thing to standard
hand embroidery, the type that’s just done with needle and thread, the type that you
would have seen me do on my channel many times before. And Punch Needle Embroidery is a legit craft. In fact, it is a very old-school craft, like
its been around for hundreds, if not thousands of years. What is does is it creates these three-dimensional,
rug-like textures, made up of lots of tiny little loops, either using yarn or thick embroidery
floss. And the fabric used for it needs to be a very
specific type of fabric, called “Weaver’s Cloth”, which is very closely woven, and
is pulled very TAUT over something like a frame or hoop, and when the fabric is taken
off the thing that’s stretching it out, the weave of the fabric kinda springs back
and holds all of the threads tightly in place. So that’s why there’s no need to tie any
knots or loops to fix the threads in place, because they do if you use the right fabric,
stay in there. So the instructions that came with this pen,
saying that it can be used on “any kind of cloth” – well, it actually says ‘can
be applied to almost of clothing’ … I assume that means they’re saying apply it
to any kind of fabric… well, that’s just plain wrong. So this type of embroidery can’t really
be used on things like clothes, or bags… anything that’s really going to have a lot
of wear and tear or need washing. It’s mainly used for decorative wall hangings,
or pretty display pillows, or it’s used in larger sizes with bigger, but similar tools
to make things like rugs. So, after I’d done a BUNCH of research and
learned what this pen is ACTUALLY for – I gave Punch Needle Embroidery a go, which requires
a whole new set of skills! So I thought that I would punch needle a little
house. Simple shapes, a couple of different colours
– let’s see how it turns out! So I tried to use a fabric that is closer
to weaver’s cloth – I didn’t have any of the specific fabric but I used a non-stretchy
denim this time, with quite a close weave, and I also used the thinnest needle and it
seemed to hold the stitches in ooookay. And to do actual Punch Needle embroidery,
I threaded the pen like I did before, but the side that we’re going to be punching
into here, is actually going to be the BACK side of the project. The other side is going to be the nice side,
the side that goes on display, and that’s the side where the thread becomes all LOOPY. Those loops are something we actually want,
and we can, apparently, adjust the length of the loops by moving this dial on the side
of the pen up and down. And to create those loops, you punch through
the back-side like this, making each new “punch” just next to the last one, and what I saw
on other tutorials was that people generally would outline their shape first, and then
fill it in by working their way inwards either in spirals or in rows, until they’d filled
up the whole shape. And a good thing that I have to say about
punch-needles – well, they are faster than standard hand embroidery, even if the results
are nowhere close to being the same thing. So, I wanted to try a couple of different
colours of thread on this house… doop de doop do doo, just giving it a front path as
well… for some reason I decided to make the loops super long on the path and it made
the path really look like… spaghetti. Yeah. So, the general idea is that you leave all
the threads loose at the back – you don’t need to knot or tie them at all because the
fabric weave should hold it all in place. And then, the front side should look something
like this. But like… better than this because this…
doesn’t look so great. But hey – it was my first attempt, alright?! And I mean, you can at least tell it’s a
house – right? Luci: It’s…ah… clearly a… is it a
person with a hat? Luci: Give me some clue? Annika: [laughs]
Luci: Is this a person’s face and just some kind of little… hat? And that’s their eye and their ear? Annika: Don’t you like it? It’s an artwork I made for the house! Luci: Its… really… great! Annika: Ok don’t look at that side… Luci: Yup, it’s a good… ahh… it’s
a house. IT’S A HOUSE! Luci: It’s a window and a door and a roof
and a chimney and a path? It’s a house. Luci: It’s… damn good. Annika: Let’s hang it up on the wall! Luci: Ahhh… [laughs] let’s put it… let’s
put it somewhere where people will see it, you know, on a more circumstantial basis. Annika: Aww! Luci: Like we could put it in… this cupboard! Luci: And it could be like when people open
the cupboard… Annika: [laughs]
Luci: Oh, the artwork on the wall, everyone sees that! But then they open the cupboard and WOW! So yeah. Punch needles are a thing. Punch Needle embroidery, is a thing. This punch needle isn’t a very good one
though, because… well, the plastic bit that holds the needle in place broke after one
use, and then I had to use duct tape to hold the needle in place… and, they also really
slice through the fabric. I was trying to make a steven universe punch
needle thing… yeah. The fabric just got totally sliced up. It could have been the fact that I wasn’t
using proper weaver’s cloth Buuuuutt I also saw on other websites that cheap punch needles
will do this to fabric. Okay, so, while I might not be very good at
it, yet, and while this one may be a very cheap version of it – Punch Needles ARE
a legit thing… but the biggest problem that I have with this thing – is that this is
NOT how it’s been marketed. Instead of being marketed as a… not very
good Punch Needle, it’s being marketed as “a magic embroidery pen”; which as I said
in the beginning is being sold as an easy way to do standard embroidery stitches, but
with like, way less effort when that isn’t the case… at ALL. So, there is some very shady, dishonest marketing
going on here. Why? …How did this happen?! So I kinda imagined that it happened something
like this. So there is this guy, let’s call him Dennis. So Dennis works at this craft warehouse and
he’s… not so good at his job. And one day, instead of placing an order for
100 punch needles, he accidentally places an order for 10,000. So after a while, he realised he made a mistake
but instead of owning up he pretends that he didn’t make a mistake at all! So then, like 3 months later, 10,000 punch
needles show up and he FREAKS OUT and he’s like,
Dennis: OMG the boss is going to KILL me! So Dennis’ much more competent co-worker,
Penelope, comes in to save the day and she’s like,
Penelope: omg Dennis, I can’t leave you alone for 10 minutes, the company is ruined. But then she’s like… Penelope: Luckily you have me, I am going
to save the company and I’m going to pull the greatest marketing scam ever. So you know what’s been really trendy lately? Embroidery! So let’s say that these punch needles, which
are for punch needling, are actually for regular embroidery, and that it makes it easier and
faster! Because you know, millennials, they love their
crafts, they love their DIY, but they ALSO love getting things done quickly so let’s
tell them this is a way to do embroidery faster. And so then Penelope and Dennis hatch this
scheme to rebrand the punch needles as “MAGIC EMBROIDERY PENS”, throw up some real dodgy
YouTube tutorials and videos of how it works and show a piece at the end that’s most
definitely been stolen from an artist who has hand-stitched the piece – and BOOM,
thousands of people put down money for these… and thousands of people are left very disappointed
and confused when this god damn pen doesn’t do the thing they thought it was supposed
to do. Dennis. This is all your fault. So during my research I did find a kind of
tool that might work slightly like how this was supposed to work – you might want to
look into getting a high quality Kantan needle? (not sure how to pronounce that!) This is how it’s spelt – or a Tambour
hook – you can use these tools to do like, just basic stitches or the Tambour hook I
think does chain stitches and you can do the stitches pretty quickly. But, keep in mind that you still can’t achieve
as many hand stitches as you can with just standard hand embroidery. But this piece of plastic junk? I don’t think I will even attempt to try
and use this again, because it’s been SO poorly made. But if you do like the look of punch needle
embroidery, in my research I also found some good ones of those. This blog here, Theoldtatteredflag, had some
recommendations with the ‘ultra’ or ‘cameo’ needle, CTR punch needles or the Iglochy Russian
punch needle. And it also took me a long time to find proper
instructions on how to use them because the internet has been flooded by people being
confused with how these things work. But I did find a website that I think does
show you how to use it properly, which you can find the instructions for here; which
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like… Annika – you hate waste, you talk about
it all the time, what’s going to become of this punch needle? Well, unfortunately this punch needle is going
to go the same way as the hand held sewing machine. In that it’s going to sit forever on this
shelf here, making me feel guilty, and no I’m not going to take either of these to
a thrift shop, because I don’t want to burden someone else with this USELESS PIECE OF PLASTIC. It doesn’t work. At the very least, I hope that putting this
video out to, you know, hundreds of thousands of people, it’ll stop more people from buying
them. Anyway, that’s it from me; turned into a
pretty ranty video there, but, sometimes you just gotta have a good old rant! So I hope you call enjoyed… listening to it?
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100 Replies to “Trying the “MAGIC EMBROIDERY PEN” – does it work? | Embroidery Pen Review”

  • Annika Victoria says:

    Like if you’re a Penelope. Comment if you’re a Dennis.

  • Nusrat Jahan says:

    Thank you dear for saving me and my my.. Um strucking with this pen about 2hr thanks for helping me out ?

  • Jody Hakala says:

    Ha ha your so funny. Maybe a paisley pattern, fill over a nature scene ? ? pillow.

  • Jody Hakala says:

    The story telling at the end is fantastic, priceless! So true.

  • Jody Hakala says:

    Now back to hand embroidery!

  • Mathilde Cominotto says:

    The path looks like Justin Timberlake's hair in his NSYNC days…

  • Ayaran Indar says:

    Annika thank you so much for reviewing this tools. I have sold these dozens before I tried it myself. Today I try to use it n found your tutorial. First, I though you exaggerated on stabbing the fabric. But then I can't agree more. ?

  • Denise Hicklen says:

    A ramen noodle house ?

  • MelaninMogul //Autumn Island says:

    Lets put it in the Cupboard???

  • Anna Landry says:

    Where did you get your clamp that was holding your hop and can you show it on video thanks

  • Phyllis JWiggins says:

    I have a "Pretty Punch" pen that I have used for a very long time. I have not used it in a while b/c I have a sewing machine that embroiders. I have made many designs with it. I am not sure about this one, but I have used it on cotton to sweatshirt. Research the vintage "Pretty Punch" pen needle. Keep trying!!!!

  • Khadine Gómez says:

    Hello Annika. I found the next video in youtube and I think this is the best example of what that needle is intended to be for. I don't know if the creators have even bothered to make a video where they show how to use this product.
    Check the next video and let me know what you think.

    The title in spanish is: Bordado con aguja mágica.

  • LivTheTiger says:

    I mean, it’s THERAPUDIC

  • Anne Speiser says:

    No ads what a queen

  • SewInspiredLLC says:

    Thank you for explaining that it’s for making loops. You’re the first person I’ve seen explain it. I almost bought one, but clearly it’s not what I’m looking for. I’m just going to stick with a basic needle and thread for my redwork 🙂

  • Keri Luiz says:

    I don't know if I'll use one of these, but watching you get stabby with it at the beginning was hilarious.

  • Layla Panda says:

    The straight line you made in the denim is as straight as me

  • Sandra Solaligue-Pérez says:

    LOL! The way to the house looks like ramen noodles! ???

  • scarlet overkill says:

    Idk what is wrong with me, ummm been watching crafting videos on YouTube all day, I don't even craft ?????

  • coasterkat says:

    Thank you!

  • Katie Bug says:

    Every time she said ‘taut’ I almost kept thinking she said ‘twat. ??‍♀️??‍♀️??‍♀️

  • Keira Mbye says:

    Well…that pen was a rip off???

  • jankevin2 says:

    OK first, shorten your thread at the end of the needle and the end of the thread should be in the back then start to punch your thread in , second the the other side of the loop is the front of the house not where the thread loops are, that is the back . Look for other YOUTUBE videos on how to use the punch needle right

  • TheBizzle1984 says:

    It looks like a man with a beard and weird hat in profile.

  • After Dark Analysis says:

    Thank you for this. I wasn't interested in this for speed. My grandma loves embroidery but her arthritis keeps her from this and a lot of other crafts. I was hoping the shape of this pen would help her to grip this easier. Thank you for saving everyone that frustration.

  • KaiKAI Alexander says:

    I just tossed mine. I kept the casing though and the thread cutter.. it really sucked.

  • Cara Tudor says:

    Well, seems like my reaction for the pen.

  • Könige-Tochter Ü. says:

    “Put it somewhere where someone will see it on a more circumstantial basis”???

  • Cris Crafts says:

    testing the embroidery pen! 2:35

  • ForeverDreamWithinADream says:

    So basically a tool like that can work if marketed properly, is a good quality pen and has proper instructions. I am guessing punch embroidery is not at common (never even knew it was a thing. First time hearing about), so they just seemed to want make a quick buck and say it is just an hand embroidery pen instead and lied about the quality to sucker people into buying it. Shame; but punch embroidery does seem kind of fun.

  • Theo Hurney says:

    I dont think its the tool. You dont seem to be artistic or patient. Oh wait. Cool flower leaf embroidery. Why did you just stab ugh!! So aggrivating. Lol. Just kidding your very artistic. Just could not watch this for long. I really wanted to see this work

  • Raneem Ali says:

    You did it wrong love you where supposed to pull the thread in the back to keep it from not staying

  • Teira Holmes says:

    I've been interested in this thing for a long time, but always hesitated to buy one. I'm glad I watched this review, because I was definitely intending to use the pen for the embroidery that it's obviously NOT designed for- just like how u wanted to use it. The craft looks interesting to try but I'm really wanting to learn embroidery-embroidery. So…..I guess I'll avoid this pen & stick to learning by hand/needle, for now. Thanks for the frustrating effort that has enlightened so many more beyond myself!?

  • Mohinder Pal Sidhu says:

    Very good where we can buy embrodery pen

  • Palace Secret says:

    100% agreed. They are selling/telling craps out there. And everybody buying without research.
    Thanks. Much appreciated.
    I have a needle from about 50 years or more aback. It was used for towels, blankets, nightgowns, and the sort.

  • Jenny Dixon says:

    This was huge in the 90s. My mum used to do it, it even came with a book of images that you could iron on fabrics and fill in, the pen was blue and had a little holder on the end for the thread.

  • Anna Hazel says:

    I think the end that goes through your needle was to long

  • Keisy alvarez says:

    voice increasing in volume which, I mean is therapeutic

  • Keisy alvarez says:

    Honestly,it did look like a face

  • Drache A dragons dragon says:

    Twenty twenty Five years ago i‘ve Seen commercials for a product called Perfect Punch. I think that was similar to this product

  • TellyJart says:

    The fun part is the actual sewing though 🙁

  • Martine Perry says:

    Tried the same tool, even bought the suggested fabric. All I can say is “listen to the lady” the thing is a waste of money and time

  • Peri Venkat says:

    You're supposed to hold the other end of the thread before punching it

  • Mysteria _ says:

    ʏᴏᴜ ᴄᴀɴ ᴜsᴇ ᴛʜɪs ᴛᴏ ʜᴀɴᴅ ᴇᴍʙʀᴏɪᴅᴇʀ. ᴋᴇᴇᴘ ᴛʜᴇ ᴘᴇɴ ᴄʟᴏsᴇ ᴛᴏ ғᴀʙʀɪᴄ. ᴘᴜsʜ ᴇɴᴅ ᴏғ ᴛʜʀᴇᴀᴅ ᴀʟʟ ᴛʜᴇ ᴡᴀʏ ᴛʜʀᴏᴜɢʜ ᴀɴᴅ ʜᴏʟᴅ ɪᴛ sᴏ ɪᴛ ᴅᴏᴇsɴ'ᴛ ᴄᴏᴍᴇ ᴏᴜᴛ ᴡʜᴇɴ ʏᴏᴜ ᴘᴜʟʟ ᴜᴘ. ᴀғᴛᴇʀ ʏᴏᴜ ᴘᴜᴛ ᴅᴏᴡɴ sᴏᴍᴇ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ sᴏᴍᴇ ᴛʜʀᴇᴀᴅ ᴀɴᴅ ᴘᴜʟʟ ᴛʜʀᴏᴜɢʜ ʟᴏᴏᴘs sᴏ ᴡʜᴇɴ ʏᴏᴜ ᴘᴜʟʟ ᴏɴ ᴛʜᴇ ᴏᴛʜᴇʀ ᴛʜʀᴇᴀᴅ ɪᴛ ᴡᴏɴ'ᴛ ᴄᴏᴍᴇ ᴜᴘ. ᴅᴏᴇsɴ'ᴛ ᴛᴀᴋᴇ ᴛᴏᴏ ᴍᴜᴄʜ ᴛɪᴍᴇ ᴏғғ ғʀᴏᴍ ᴛʜᴇ ʀᴇɢᴜʟᴀʀ ᴡᴀʏ ʙᴜᴛ ᴡᴏʀᴋs. ᴅᴏɴ'ᴛ ʀᴇᴍᴇᴍʙᴇʀ ʜᴏᴡ ɪ ᴅɪᴅ ɪᴛ ʙᴜᴛ ɪ ᴀᴛᴛᴀᴄʜᴇᴅ ᴀ ʀᴇɢᴜʟᴀʀ sᴇᴡɪɴɢ ɴᴇᴇᴅʟᴇ sᴏ ɪ ᴄᴀɴ ᴜsᴇ ɪᴛ ғᴏʀ ʟᴏᴛs ᴏғ ᴅɪғғᴇʀᴇɴᴛ ғᴀʙʀɪᴄs ɢᴏᴏᴅ ʟᴜᴄᴋ

  • lily buchheit says:

    This is called punch embroidery. You are also in the bigining doing it totally wrong. And so smaller things of thread. It does come out because it does not have any stiches in the back. Watch a tutorial on it.

  • Vanessa Aguilera says:

    My grandma loves to embroider and she used knee of these in the 90's to make the brown center part of sunflowers! It was beautiful!!!!

  • Efrain Cruz says:

    I would like to be friends (u_u*)

  • Hannah walklett says:

    when u realize this is all the same video as shmoxd ?

  • Cassandra Pugh says:

    I'm so glad I'm not the only person who had trouble with this junk ?

  • Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band says:

    "Burned before?"

    Oh, no, no, no…honey. Have to teach you how to dispute a charge. 🙂 Argue til they give you a refund. That's why those scams are still out there. Under 20.00 and people are too lazy to fight it.

  • Sheila Roch says:

    I been trying it. It's does not work I been trying now it been 1 years now

  • Metqa says:

    Your Critic is Hilarious!

  • Brittany levenson says:

    I tried to figure out how to work this thing for over an hour and all found out was that I lost 10 bucks

  • Esoteric Ray says:

    That video makes it look like the worst thing ever invented

  • Julie Kyle says:

    I think first punch you pull the end through .

  • zeus Rulez says:

    We may need to therapeutically stab Dennis

  • Emile Sodyte says:

    HAHAH, he was just so sweet and too nice 😀 Loved it.

  • Rika the Snowleoparrd says:

    We have the same name ?

  • Heather Snyder says:

    Thank you so much for this information I seen on the web so much that I thought I wanted one but I glad I stumbled across your video before I made a purchase! I am pretty sure I would have purchase it and then ended up throwing it out thanks again for helping me make inform decision! ??

  • katy charest says:

    maybe you can do what everybody do BEFORE try…look some videos on yt…..pffffff useless video

  • CinnamonsAnimations says:

    Her stabbing gives me anxiety

  • Michelle Flores says:

    If you have a long string at the tip of your pen, make sure it’s short but it goes out the hole. The pen works, but you have to keep the needle very close to the fabric. You kept pulling up expecting it to stay, but you have to make another sting as soon as the needle comes out. When you are done, quickly cut the thread as soon as the needle comes out with the thread. This product has been selling for embroidery, instead of punchneedle..

  • Maria Suarez. says:

    Shame on you Penélope!!!

  • Ute Nation Utah, No Not A Mormon says:

    Your irritating me,

  • SWLZ&SWLM says:

    3:30 huehuehue

  • Terry Christens says:

    You should either use this as a punchneedle or buy special bunka yarn that can be used to embroider since it has the texture to stay in the fabric. You can find youtube tutorials on both methods.

  • Athene Dehart says:

    good video. This makes me thankful i stick to just standard needle and thread.

  • boerchop says:

    Dammmmm?I bought 1 b4 I saw this video dnt tell me I wasted my money??????

  • Lori Fitzgerald-Leger says:


  • Marine Bean says:

    I've seen another YouTuber use one and it worked, I think it's user error

  • Sudha Tengli says:

    i want kantan nidle and magic penn please tell me wear is shop in india my no is 9449923888

  • Samantha Bloggins says:

    You made me laugh girl. When done right it will look beautiful. A lot of crafters in the Canadian maritime provinces eared a lot of money making projects using this craft.

  • Vilma Anderson says:


  • Loretta Winchester says:

    Thank you, though it was me.

  • lu cy says:

    Ramen noodles path, still sweet though

  • Marielle Cano says:

    your doing it incorrectly.

  • ElectricAngel19 says:

    I just watched a youtube video where this pen is being used… she totally did everything you said the pen was not used for. she used embroidery floss and stretch fabric. I have to link for your viewing pleasure. now I realize this (your video) is over a year old but If you haven't figured that pen out maybe this will help…

  • Lourdes Marie Schütz says:

    It does not work because you are doing it wrong, you have to keep the Direction of the needle and the needle should always be in touch with the material

  • gina delsasso says:

    Cabinet art…. Dude had me rolling

  • laZOETje says:

    I “made” those mushroom canisters in the 70s! Still have them… in the shed.

  • Geraldine şϻίţħ says:

    Dude I love your lipstick!! And thanks for the review I saw this in a craft shop and was really tempted to buy it thank goodness I didn't

  • Rosa Chang says:

    The path looks like uncooked ramen ?

  • arush498 says:

    Why she took 17:34 minutes to say wheather that pen is worthy or not ??

  • Pulkit Soni says:

    Which fabric you use natural or synthetic and its name

  • Desert Life says:

    You are supposed to pull the threat on the other side before pulling-so you go in pull on the wrong side and now you keep going. It works!

  • Deltty Seejo says:

    Made me good laugh..thank u

  • Maryam Taheri says:

    that was really helpful! thank you 😀

  • Natasha Thompson says:

    I loved that you looked on youtube. Hahaha. Tha ks for saving me time for real though.

  • Cult Music says:

    “Heller” ?

  • Hi For says:

    I think that the house looks like shag carpet

  • Hanne Marie Maegaard says:

    You're amazing thank you for this

  • Craig Famly says:

    Don’t blame my dad he is Dennis, it was more likely to be a guy call Wong Zhu and his factory makes them and he sells them to idiots in the west

  • niza delmundo says:

    Hello pretty girl✋

  • DayZ says:

    I was convinced i had set the damn thing up wrong. Thank you for this enlightening video. I had just been gifted one of these and you saved me a lot of trouble.

  • Brittni9009 says:

    First video of yours I have ever seen and you are fantastic ?

    Super informative and so entertaining! I had to watch the whole thing!

  • Fungirl 1144 says:

    ℍ??? ? ?? ???? ?? ?????? シ

  • Vic Shnay says:

    Thank you for your video … I got this pen and I thought “what did I miss ??? Why it’s not working ???” And now I know ???‍♀️

  • ShunXXX196 says:

    You can actually make the delicate look if you use the wrong side if you don't like the rug look, which I don't.

  • molan abdo says:

    You did everything wrong

    It is fun to use and the results are amazing

  • Tammy Eaton says:

    This video is HILARIOUS!! I had the same problem trying to needle punch a tea towel. The fabric has to be really tightly woven. I cussed, I poked, I CRIED. STILL no luck. I kinda wish my punch needle had come with instructions that SPECIFIED the type of fabric needed.

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