Clover Jumbo Darning Hand Needles Set - 2/Pack

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Types of Hand Sewing Needles


Hand Sewing Needle Sizing

Whether you’re an experienced hand sewer or just starting your journey into hand sewing, your needle is your best friend—which is why it’s so important to choose the right one! In addition to needle type, a needle’s size is one of the most important factors to keep in mind when choosing a needle for a project. Simply put, when it comes to hand sewing needles, a larger number denotes a thinner needle. You’ll want to select a needle that is close in diameter to that of the thread you’re using for your project. This way, your needle won’t puncture a hole that's too small or large for the thread to pass through, allowing for smooth sewing without fraying or leaving behind visible holes in the fabric. We know it can be hard to visualize a needle’s exact size online, so we’ve put together this handy actual-size needle chart to help you compare needle sizes by style—view the chart below to get started. 

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