National Threading the Needle Day - July 25 (2)

National Threading the Needle Day – July 25


 National Thread The Needle Day is observed annually on July 25th.  This day can be interpreted in a variety of ways as “Threading the Needle” has multiple meanings.

Here are some of the different meanings to “Thread the Needle“:

  • Practical meaning – Taking thread and guiding it through a sewing needle.
  • Metaphorical meaning – Finding a path through two opposing views.  (often used by politicians)
  • In billiards – precise shooting so an object ball is carefully shot through a narrow pathway
  • Is used as a yoga pose
  • Is used in football
  • Is used in basketball


Celebrate National Thread The Needle Day today as you choose, spend it with friends and family and have a fun-filled, wonderful day! Post on social media using #ThreadTheNeedleDay and encourage others to join in.


Our research was unable to find the creator and origin of National Thread The Needle Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.


4 Responses to “NATIONAL THREAD THE NEEDLE DAY – July 25”

  1. Joan Richardson July 25, 2015 at 11:45 am #

    visiting with my daughter and reminiscing about things I have made her and how she now makes many of the same things

  2. Colleen July 25, 2015 at 7:37 am #

    I celebrate by working on Christmas gifts (i.e. quilts, pillow cases) for family and friends. Thank you to all my hard working needles! Where would I be without you.


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