Needles for Hazel Rose Multi looms
The Trapunto needle set is designed for Trapunto needlework and for Italian Quilting, but we have found that the large needle in this set is ideal for use with Hazel Rose Multi-looms.
This unusual set comprises 3 needles with large eyes for easy threading of even the heaviest gauge of wools. The long, ball pointed needle (15 cm or 6 inch in length) is ideal for use with the Hazel Rose multi-looms while the smaller, sharp pointed needles are intended for surface stitching and decorative work.
Needles for Hazel Rose Quilt Weaver looms
This useful kit contains 3 different types of needles: a straight flat raffia needle, a cranked flat raffia needle, and a cranked weaving needle or raffia wire.
The large cranked weaving needle (12.5 cm or 5 inch in length) is hard to find, and great for weaving the final row on quilt weaver looms. They are also useful for weaving on simple looms such as cardboard looms. The flat needles (both 7.3 cm or 2⅞ inch in length) are great for weaving coiled baskets.
Needles for sewing your woven squares
Need to sew up squares woven on your Hazel Rose loom?
Knitters’ needles, sometimes known as sewing up needles, are used to sew pieces of knitted work together. This pack contains two needles both with blunt ends, a size 14 (7 cm or 2¾ inch in length) and size 18 (5 cm or 1⅞ inch in length). These needles are of exceptional quality and perfect for sewing up woven squares.
Spare Packing Forks for Hazel Rose Quilt Weaver looms
Mislaid the Packing Fork for your Hazel Rose quilt weaver loom or afraid of losing it? Then buy a spare!
The large packing fork is for the larger Hazel Rose Quilt Weaver looms and has 7 prongs or tines, whilst the small packing fork has 3 tines and is for the smaller Hazel Rose Quilt Weaver looms. Refer to the photos on the Quilt Weaver loom catalog page to see which packing fork is required for which Hazel Rose loom.
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About John James Needles
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