Saturday, 2 February 2008

PHOTO HUNTERS: NARROW

photohunters

This week’s theme is on NARROW.
I got the idea of this when I was helping my brother to sew his torn luggage.
The eye of the needle was so NARROW that I had a hard time
trying to get the thread through it.
I wonder why the manufacturer didn’t make the holes bigger.
Don’t you think that it sometimes get into our nerves
just to try to get the thread through that NARROW hole?

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27 comments:

Sue said...

Great choice for the theme! Mine is up now too, stop by if you can. Cheers!

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

I agree... Needles are so frustrating. It takes forever to put that thread thru that eye sometimes, it seems the thicker the needle the bigger the eye but then the thick needle doesn't go thru the fabric too well! LOL

satkuru said...

wow, that's really good. great take on the theme :P

jmb said...

My goodness, what a great photo. You have lots of talent in this area Criz. Have a great weekend.

everydayhealy said...

Certainly agree with you! Especially for people like me who has "four eyes"! 200% annoying!
hahaha...

Andrée said...

You're right: I see no reason why they can't have even fine point needles with huge holes. I can't even thread them anymore.

napaboaniya said...

That proves...........Criz, you're getting old already!!!!! oppppsss... *evil.grin*

eastcoastlife said...

I thought I was getting old when I can't thread my needle, you too!? hahaha......

PastorMac's Ann said...

Great minds think alike - I have a picture of a needle too this week!

BTW - thanks for posting your favorites on my son's b-day post last week. He was so thrilled.

A. said...

Superb shot, and great for this week! Now why didn't I think of that? I seem to spend hours trying to thread them.

Yen said...

You nailed it,Criz! Narrow indeed:D

imac said...

You seemed to have this all sewn up, great shot and idea.

shoohao said...

ahaahaa,very creative,,i totally agree,my mum always ask my help for that,but i really dont wanna put that thread tru,,is frustrating.
Mine's up too:
http://shoohao.com/?p=84

Sanni said...

You are so talented and creative, Criz! I love both entries you´ve posted for the narrow theme. I could not decide which one I prefer!

Heart of Rachel said...

It's quite challenging to get a thread inside the narrow opening. Good choice.

Utah Mommy said...

Oh yeah very perfect for the theme, what a great idea! Happy weekend! Mine is up as well please visit when you get the chance, thank you! NARROW FEED THE ROAD

Michelle Johnson said...

Another clever post from you, Criz. You put a lot of thought into each of your posts for this theme. Kudos~

Corey~living and loving said...

cool! I did a needle for one of the themes awhile back. fun!
Thanks for coming by my blog.
have a great weekend!

Randi said...

wooohoooo!!! that's really a perfect one! Love the composition!
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Have a happy week-end!

Jessica said...

Excellent choice!!! I totally hate threading needles! They are way to small and narrow for me. Thanks for stopping by my blog, feel free to come again anytime! HAPPY WEEKEND!

Anna said...

Now that is really narrow indeed...THanks for sharing and have a wonderful day....
Mine is up too:
Every Beat Of My Heart
My Newphew's Scrap Place

Lori V. (doyourealize) said...

Good take on the theme this week!

Mine's up... come visit!

genny said...

Nice entry and good job.

mama meji said...

Perfect choice! Thanks for the visit. Have a nice day.

Gellianne said...

Hi! Why did I not think of that?

Mica said...

Great shot and take on the theme!

Sean said...

Hi,
You have a nice shot~!
I hope I was not too late to comment on it~

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