Flat Shank Needles
Compatible with multi-needle and single needle embroidery machines. Needles are packaged 100/Box.
65/9 EBBR SES Light Ballpoint – This small footprint needle glides easily between the fine yarns in lightweight knits such as moisture-wicking materials and other knits made with lightweight yarn. Also the proper needle for use with fine lightweight threads like size 60 with knit materials.
75/11 EBBR SES Light Ballpoint – Perfect for general purpose embroidery on all knit fabrics and some woven materials, including onesies, plush materials, golf shirts, t-shirt and sweatshirts. Also suitable for woven fabrics like terry, oxford and apparel weight fabrics that are not densely woven. Light ball points should be used for fabrics with floating yarns such as satin and charmeuse
85/13 EBBR SES Light Ballpoint – This heavier blade size is ideal for heavier knits and heavier yarns. Examples for use of this needle include towels, yarn-type threads on most fabrics and leather or leather-like materials.
90/14 EBBR SES Light Ballpoint – Use this needle with heavy knitted materials like Afghans and other bulky knits. Also suitable for heavy, loosely woven fabrics such as woolens.
65/9 EBBR Sharp Point – The slender blade and point of this needle helps reduce puckering on tightly woven materials including organza, batiste and similar materials made from lightweight yarn. Also the proper needle for use with fine lightweight threads like size 60 with woven materials.
75/11 EBBR Sharp Point – Not for knits- rather for lightweight woven fabrics including quilting cottons and densely woven synthetic fabrics such as nylon and polyester. The point is more slender than a ballpoint, giving a clean penetration that helps to reduce puckering on quilting cotton, windbreakers, pillows, and hankies. Make the smallest footprint possible on waterproof materials and fragile materials other than knits.
85/13 EBBR Sharp Point – This needle is designed to give a clean penetration for canvas, jackets, caps, webbing and other heavyweight woven materials. The heavier blade resists bending, known as deflection
90/14 EBBR Sharp Point – Use this needle when embroidering on a heavyweight woven materials like webbing, finished caps and embroidery over seams or other thick areas.