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Just looking to mend or put on a button?
The MOST POPULAR set of three above has what you need for most situations.
They have sharp points and standard diameters.
SE-8 is the smaller needle.
SE-6 It is the work horse needle and can do the most basic tasks.
SE-4 has a slightly larger opening to the eye for heavier threads, such as button
Are you looking for a needle for cross stitch or needle point?
You want a Tapestry needle. This means it has a blunt point and a larger eye.
If using Aida Fabric, the thread count of the Aida is the clue to the needle you need.
8 Ct Aida calls for a size SE-20T It holds size 5 Perle Cotton.
11 Ct Aida calls for a size SE-22T It holds size 5 Perle Cotton.
14 Ct Aida calls for a size SE-24T It holds size 8 Perle Cotton.
16 Ct Aida calls for a size SE-26T. It holds size 12 Perle Cotton.
If you are doing a project with craft yarn on plastic grid, you want the SE-13T
Are you looking for a sharp needle to embroider with Perle Cotton thread?
If you work with two or three strands of Embroidery Floss, you can use any of the
Perle Cotton size 8 will fit in the SE-24C and the SE-22C.
The SE-24C is popular for people who want a sturdy needle for burying threads.
The SE-24C is also good for doing Redwork and projects that use metallic threads.
The SE-24C can also hold up to 6 strands of Embroidery Floss.
The SE-22 is good for doing French Knots in 11 Ct Aida.
Perle Cotton size 5 will fit with the SE-20C and SE-18C.
The SE-20C is smaller than the SE18-C.
If you want a needle to make the smallest hole but hold the size 5 Perle Cotton,
go with the SE-20C
The SE-18-C is popular for working on canvas projects. It is a large needle but
not as large as the SE-13C (which is big enough for 4 ply craft yarn).
Quilters have special needles.
The SE-8Q is similar in size to a 9 Between. Because of the open eye design,
doing the rocking quilt stitch is not recommended with my needles.
TheSE-8 is great for doing piecing sewing on bindings and putting in hems.
The SE-6 does most any task. Quilters like it for the same things as the SE-8 as
well as for general mending.
The SE-24C is perfect for burying threads. It is also great for basting with Perle
Cotton size 8.
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