Sajou Needle Packs
Wonderfully French - hand needle sets in beautifully designed packs.
Two pages of designs to choose from.
Sajou pack: $26.00 ($23.63)
Foxglove Cottage Needles
These English-made needles are the highest quality needles available today. They come packaged in a clear plastic needle case with a hang tab lid. Unless noted otherwise, there are sixteen needles in each needle case.
Foxglove Cottage case of sixteen: $5.50 ($5.00)
Sue Spargo Needles
Made in Japan, gold eye and double polished, these are from another extremely high quality needles range. We have the Gold Eye Milliner in three sizes, and the Short Darner and Long Darner. They come in their own packs, so you will never lose a needle. Each pack contains four needles.
Short Darner pack: $4.50 ($4.09)
Long Darner pack: $7.50 ($6.82)
Gold Eye Milliner size 1 pack: $5.50 ($5.00)
Gold Eye Milliner size 3 pack: $4.50 ($4.09)
Gold Eye Milliner size 15 pack: $5.50 ($5.00)
The Tulip brand is associated with exceptional quality products. Located in Hiroshima, Japan, Tulip uses traditional techniques paired with cutting edge technology. Each needle is a product of Tulip's highly detailed precision processing which produces a needle body of ideal strength, smooth and does not rust. These high quality eye that don't snag, with a needle point that promotes smooth piercing enabling easy sewing.
Tulip pack: $12.50 ($11.36)
Bohin Straw Milliners Needles Assorted Sizes 3/9
An assortment of needles for all of your beading needs! Fine point minimizes holes and the exceptional polish provides a smooth glide through a variety of bead sizes.
Pack includes 15 needles. Maximum strength, minimum bending. From Bohin, France
Pack of 15: $5.20 ($4.73)
Birch Chenille Needles
These size 13 needles are large eye with sharp points for ribbon embroidery and crewel work. The sharp point will pass through coarse fabrics.
Birch pack of two size 13: $2.50 ($2.72)
Gold Eye Chenille Needles
Chenille needles come in sizes 13 – 28.
We are stocking Size 18 and 24 only, on cards of six.
Chenille needles are used in surface embroidery, crewel embroidery, chenille embroidery, and any time you want a large, long eye to accommodate your thread, and a sharp tip to pierce your fabric. In fact, many crewel embroiderers prefer chenille needles for crewel work because the eye is easier on the wool thread and the sharp tip and large shaft make a good hole in the fabric so that the wool thread can pass through relatively unscathed.
The long eye of the chenille needle also makes it ideal for stitching with specialty threads (braids, metallics, chenille thread, and other fibres) that have a tendency to shred.
Six needle pack: $2.50 ($2.27)