How To Thread a Needle
Any sewing project starts with threading a needle. Some folks, such as those with arthritis or poor eyesight, may have a problem in this area. To make needle threading easier for those with poor eyesight, place a piece of white paper behind the needle hole. This makes it easier for you to see through the eye of the needle and pass the thread through. For those people that suffer from arthritis, get a small piece of paper and fold it in half. Lay the thread in the inside crease with a little bit of the thread hanging out from the edge when folded over. Now simply slide the the paper with the sliver of thread hanging out into the hole of the needle. Enough thread should poke through where you can get a good hold to pull the thread on through.