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Needles

  • 3/9 shaps 1
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    Sharps are the most popular needles for general sewing.

    Size 3 and 4 are suitable for medium to heavy fabrics.

    Size 5, 6,7,8 and 9 are suitable for working on light to medium fabrics.

    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    R19.50
  • 5/10 Sharps
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    Sharps are the most popular needles for general sewing. suitable for working on light to medium fabrics.

    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    R19.50
  • 9 Embroidery
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    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    Embroidery needles have longer eyes than needles used for plain sewing (sharps). They are medium length

    Size 9 is used on fine fabric to keep your work fine.

    This needle accomodates two strands of stranded cotton.

    R19.50
  • 10E07
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    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    .Embroidery needles have longer eyes than needles used for plain sewing (sharps). They are medium length.

    Size 7 is used for medium weight embroidery on plain weave fabric.

    This needle accomdates three strands of stranded embroidery cotton quite easily.

    This is a favourite needle for smocking.

    R19.50
  • 10E06
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    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    Embroidery needles have longer eyes than needles used for plain sewing (sharps). They are medium length.

    Size 6 is used for medium weight embroidery on plain weave fabric.

    This needle accomodates three strands of stranded embroidery cotton quite easily.

    R19.50
  • 10E010
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    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    Embroidery needles have longer eyes than needles used for plain sewing (sharps). They are medium length

    Size 10 is ideal for very fine work. Use one thread of stranded cotton in this needle. This is this best needle to use for fine work. Only use size 8 or 9 if you have difficulty in threading the needle.

    R19.50
  • 10E08
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    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    Embroidery needles have longer eyes than needles used for plain sewing (sharps). They are medium length.

    Size 8 is good for smocking on a fine fabric. This needle takes two strands of stranded cotton quite easily.

    R19.50
  • 10C18
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    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    These needles have a large eye and a sharp point and are used for crewel embroidery, candlewicking and ribbon embroidery.

    Size 18 - ideal to use on a heavy fabric.

    The sharp point is needed to pierce the fabric for embroidery - don't use for tapestry.

    R19.50
  • 10E039
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    As a guide always remember the general rule - the bigger the number the finer the sewing needle.

    Embroidery needles have longer eyes than needles used for plain sewing (sharps). They are medium length

    This range of sizes is most useful when experimenting with stitches and thread on medium and fine fabric.

    R19.50
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