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Embroidery Needles


A must-have for all your embroidery creations, these needles achieve precise results, each and every time. Follow the easy numerical system to find the right size for your next project: the number of the embroidery needle corresponds to the size of the eye and the thickness of the needle. The higher the number on the needle, the smaller the eye and thinner the needle. Try using these with delicate materials like pearl cotton, embroidery floss and satin floss.


  • Available in a variety of sizes
  • 1.25″ to 1.5″ long
  • 12 or 16 count packs
  • Sharp point
  • Made of premium grade nickel-plated steel

Embroidery needles have sharp tips and larger eyes than regular sewing needles, so the eye can accommodate embroidery threads. Different fabrics require different needles which come in a variety of accommodating sizes.

Your needle should glide through the fabric without needing a tug to get it through. This is because it causes friction on the thread, breaking it down and causing fuzzies.

Our product is gold plated as this allows it to be used by people who suffer from nickel allergies, or whose natural body oils tend to discolor needles. The plating wears off over time and as such, we recommend replacing them after prolonged use.

For more info on other types of embroidery needles, keep reading. 

Ribbon embroidery needles come in a variety of sizes and styles. Additionally, they have larger eyes for use with varying widths of ribbon. Although it’s not absolutely necessary to use this specialized product for ribbon embroidery, it’s always helpful to have tools designed for what you’re working on.

Huck Needles , as their name suggests, these needles are designed for huck embroidery. They are longer than most embroidery pins, and have a ball-pointed and angled end. This allows the needle to easily pick up and pass through the floating threads in huck toweling.

Finally, the type of needle we recommend for wool-work and crewel designs are chenille needles, also referred to as crewel needles. The sharp tips help the needle penetrate tightly woven embroidery fabrics, as well as felt.


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