Clover 2012 Huck Embroidery Needles
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I'm not sure the size of the eye but I can fit my yarn through it no problem. The yarn is 4 ply cotton.
Three inches is the length of the longest needle.
There is a curve at the end of this needle. It's easier to pick up surface threads with that tool, and huck embroidery relies on that. Once you became accustomed to the changes, it would probably not make a big difference to your crewel work. The tip of these needles is relatively sharp like that of Neither I nor anyone else I know has any knowledge of the specifications for It might be possible to use one of these if you can't find the needle you want.
The only embroidery I did on fabrics like popcorn/Stockholm, huck toweling and huck fabric was huck embroidery. If your fabric is stiffer or has a larger weave, it helps pick up the threads. The only thing I do with them is weave, not sew.
Selected User Reviews For Clover 2012 Huck Embroidery Needles
It may be possible to use these needles for a wide range of But they do not work for weaving huck or Swedish on Monk's cloths (too pointy) or on aida and Swedish fabrics The quality of They are decent needles, if I may say so. Here is (February 2017)'s update Several of my friends are now doing Swedish weaving/huck embroidery on huck toweling, and I thought these needles would be excellent. Although I found them to be less than perfect, the size and the bend in the tips are perfect for using with this fabric. It should be noted that the needle has to be constantly rolled in your fingers in order to get the tip upright (right). When I weave on huck toweling, huck fabric, and aida, I still favor a tapestry needle of size 22 or 24.
I completely agree with the description, and they met my expectations.
My purpose for purchasing this needle set was to use it for Huck embroidery, but I am also a weaver who uses These needles are used all the time for the finishing of my weaved materials, so for me they serve a dual purpose. This is a quality needle that can hold up to repeated and strenuous They should be a favorite of Huck Embroidery Weavers as well as other Weavers.
Yes, I agree. It was exactly what I was looking for. As the end is curved, it helps lift the fibers of cloth more than pierce them, although you can pierce them For regular embroidery, this needle is not good.
These blunt needles are perfect for huck, or whatever needlework you may be doing. It was the curved tips that I liked the most. The needlework is made much easier by it.
Since I was using the Monk cloth and not the Huck, I wasn't sure how much I would like them. Even though I disliked it at first, I ended up really enjoying it when I used the slightly bent needle and a longer length than I was used to. Thank you so much for selling them to me. We received the requisitions on time and in good shape. I appreciate it.
These needles are great. It is on a Monk's cloth lap robe that I am using the longest one. The handle is very smooth and long for an easy grip.
I did not notice that all three needle tips are bent since I was looking at a picture of the needles.