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Needles – Tapestry

Needles – Tapestry

$2.86 USD

Tapestry needles have a blunt end to the point of the needle and is used for counted thread embroidery because the point of the needle does not catch or pierce the threads of the counted fabric when working from one hole to the next. The tapestry needle has a long eye for easier threading.

The needles I supply range from size 20 being the largest to size 28 being the finest. I  use the No. 24 Tapestry needles in my Hapsburg Lace kits and the No. 26 and No. 28 Tapestry needles in my blackwork kits.

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Tapestry needles have a blunt end to the point of the needle and is used for counted thread embroidery because the point of the needle does not catch or pierce the threads of the counted fabric when working from one hole to the next. The tapestry needle has a long eye for easier threading.

The needles I supply range from size 20 being the largest to size 28 being the finest. I  use the No. 24 Tapestry needles in my Hapsburg Lace kits and the No. 26 and No. 28 Tapestry needles in my blackwork kits.


  • Size 20: Used for canvas work and counted techniques on fabrics with 8 threads to 14 threads of the fabric to the inch.
  • Size 22: Used for canvas work and counted techniques on fabrics with 8 threads to 14 threads of the fabric to the inch.
  • Size 24: Used for canvas work such as Hapsburg Lace on 16 and 18 count mono canvas or on counted fabrics such as 14 – 20 count.
  • Size 26: Used for counted thread such as blackwork and cross-stitch on fine count fabric such as 22 count – 32 count.
  • Size 28: Used for counted thread such as blackwork and cross-stitch on fine count fabric such as 28 count – 50 count.

 

 

 

Weight0.005 kg
Dimensions29 × 25 × 0.05 cm
Length

5 inches", "6inches

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