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Sharps Needles

Original price $2.87 - Original price $2.98
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Sharps needles are a versatile and essential tool for sewing, embroidery, and other needlework projects. These needles are characterized by their small, round eye and sharp, tapered point, making them ideal for a wide range of applications, particularly for detailed work on lightweight to medium-weight fabrics. Available in numerous sizes, sharps needles cater to the diverse needs of crafters, ensuring accuracy and ease of use.

The small eye of sharps needles allows for smooth threading with standard sewing threads, while the sharp, tapered point ensures precise and clean penetration of fabric. This combination of features enables the needle to glide effortlessly through various materials, producing even and consistent stitches without damaging the fabric or causing it to pucker.

Sharps needles are commonly used for general hand sewing tasks, such as hemming, garment construction, and embroidery. They are also suitable for techniques that require fine and detailed work, like appliqué, beading, and hand quilting. The sleek design and sharp point make these needles suitable for use with a wide array of fabrics, including cotton, silk, and synthetic materials.

When selecting sharps needles, it is important to consider the thickness and type of thread being used, as well as the weight and weave of the fabric. Smaller needles are ideal for delicate fabrics and finer threads, while larger needles work best with medium-weight materials and standard sewing threads.