Hand Sewing Needles,   (Self Threading & Repair Needles),   CLOVER
Hand Sewing Needles,   (Self Threading & Repair Needles),   CLOVER
Hand Sewing Needles,   (Self Threading & Repair Needles),   CLOVER

Hand Sewing Needles, (Self Threading & Repair Needles), CLOVER

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The CLOVER Gold Eye Hand Sewing Needles are perfect for a wide range of hand sewing applications. They are available in several styles and sizes.                              

* (Ref. 2006)    Self Threading Needles  

To use one of these needles, simply place the thread at the top of notch of the needle and then by pulling it down; the thread will go through the eye of the needle.   Do not pull thread down below the top eye.          Material: Steel.  5 needles per package.

Sizes inluded:

For Shear/Light Weight Fabrics

  • Short (0.64mm x 34.9mm) 1pc
  • Long (0.64mm x 42.5mm) 1pc

For Coarse/Heavy Weight Fabrics

  • Short (0.71mm x 36.5mm) 1pc
  • Medium (0.76mm x 38mm) 1pc
  • Long (0.89mm x 42.5mm) 1pc

 

* (Ref. 2512)   Snag Repair Needles

Easily repair snags in knitted and woven garments. 

These needles are designed for the detail side of snag repair or finishing stitches off cleanly. Two sizes of needles are provided. The thicker size is ideal for loosely woven or knit fabrics. The finer size is perfect for densely woven or finer fabrics. Each needle sports a fine ball point that allows you to manipulate your fabric without having to worry about splitting fibers. This is especially important when repairing snags on fine fabrics. Additionally, Snag Repair Needles are the new “go to” tool for hiding loose thread ends associated with machine quilting, embroidery, punch needle, needlepoint, Sashico or tapestries.

Here’s how it works.

Snags

Select the snag repair needle size for the fabric being repaired. Remember, always use the finest needle possible. Insert the point into the exact spot from where our errant thread was pulled. Attach those loose fibers or threads to the “grippy” edges on the end of the needle by wrapping them around the shaft while simultaneously twisting the needle. Once the connection is made, just pull the needle with the attached fibers through the fabric to the wrong side and remove the needle. Problem solved.

 

NOTE: Needles are very sharp products, please keep them away from children.