Not sure what to call it....but I would use it to thread ribbon through a casing:-)
It's a bodkin!! I posted the picture on Facebook and the ladies pounced on it right away. I was having a horrible case of brain freeze and the more I thought, the emptier my mind got!!
I would say a bodkin. Passe lacet in French.
Thanks Marie-Noelle! I like the French name better!!!
It is a bodkin and is used to pull elastic or ribbon through casings, etc.
Yup! It's a bodkin!
It is called a bodkin.
Locker hook or lacing hook for rug looping ... I think.
Agree with bodkin!
Bodkin. I have one, so that's how I know.
Oh, the round part is good for pushing out corners.
Oh Rhonda, je ne sais pas comment ça s'appele mais c'est fait pour les bretelles dites "spaghettis". Quand elle sont tres tres fines, on coud sur l'envers et grace à cet outil, on remet la bretelle à l'endroit. Mille bravos pour ce blog dont je m'inspire chaque jour!christiane
I enjoyed seeing your bodkin at work for the sewing show audition at SewExpo.Congrats on being picked as one of the two finalists!
Hi Kathy! It was so nice to meet you yesterday! As I was writing out my script for my little presentation, I could not remember bodkin to save my neck. Thank God for all my Internet sewing friends. They saved the day!! Stay in touch, and if you ever bring that pretty little airplane to Chicago, let me know. By any chance, do you ever go to Oshkosh? Let me know, and I'll make a point to come up for a visit.