Sweet ‘n Sharp Macarons!


Tooled Up - Needlecraft Product Reviews

Welcome to another Tooled Up column where we aim to give you reviews of fun products from all over the crafty world. Today we review the scrumptious Sweet ‘n Sharp Macaron from Clover.

WARNING – this post will make you hungry…

A beautiful way to keep your needles happy

Are You Ready For Adventure?


I am completely in love with this product. You open the box and find a gorgeous little macaron complete with a squishy middle. How cute is this?

Looks good enough to eat – but don’t!

Sharpening my needles is not something I’ve often really thought about, I’m ashamed to say. But using this pretty product I quickly saw what a difference it makes.

One half of the macaron is magnetic so you can either attach it to something for safe keeping, or use it as a needle minder.

Keeps your needle nice and safe

And the cream centre is a needle sharpener – how cool is that! Just stab the little centre and your needles come out good as new again.

Insert the needles to keep them sharp

This is a fantastic product. One of those things I didn’t realise I needed until I tried it out. It comes in two ‘flavours’ – rather than two colours – which is another nice touch, raspberry and pistachio.

One of the marketing shots – so cuuuuuuuuuute!

What a great name as well, “Sweet ‘n Sharp” – describes it perfectly. Brilliantly designed, it’s cute and practical. Win win!

You can watch them in action on YouTube here.  Or for more information on these cuties and stockists email Clover here or telephone 01453 883581. For more info on Clover products click here.

Right, I’m off to sharpen my entire needle stash!

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Jo Burgess

Originally from Northern Ireland, Jo Burgess is a craft crazy rock music loving gal based in England. With a career including time spent as a motorsport journalist in England, in the film industry in Northern Ireland, and working on ghost tours in Scotland, her background is as mixed up as her love of craft. Jo will try her hand at anything and loves learning a new skill with tea and cake, crafty friends and great music blasting out of her speakers. Cross stitch, electronics, sewing, beadwork, glass fusing - she loves it all, and through this column Jo hopes to pass her love of different crafts, music and (of course) cake on to you. Craft rocks!

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