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How To Choose The Right Needle For Your Sewing Machine

Choosing needles for a sewing machine might be thought to be unimportant. In fact, it is as crucial as finding the best sewing machine for the money. Sewing with damaged or unsuitable needles can ruin your project. So after you decide on a sewing machine brand, take a few minutes to read this article, you will grasp some tips to get the right needle for it!

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The very first thing to consider when choosing needles for a project is the fabric type. Your fabric can be stretchy, delicate or heavy duty, etc. Each type will require a different type of needle to work well with.

Secondly, think about the needle’s size. A good insight for you is that heavy duty fabrics such as denim or leather would work well with large-sized needles while smaller ones are designed for delicate fabrics. Pay attention to the needle’s packaging to make sure you find the right one.

Needles can do nothing without threads. That is why you should never forget to take threads into account when choosing a needle. Remember the thread must not exceed 40% of the needle eye’s diameter. This leads to a must that you decide the type of thread before determining the size of needle.

Understanding the anatomy of a sewing machine needle would help a lot when you work with a sewing machine. A needle simply has 5 parts:

  • Shank: This part would fit into the sewing machine. It has a flat side to avoid incorrect insertion.
  • Shaft: This can be seen as the body of a needle. Its size and shape vary among different types of needles.
  • Scarf: This part allows the hook to grab the thread under the sewing machine to create a proper stitch.
  • Eye: The hole for threads to slide through. The eye’s size also varies from needles to needles.
  • Point: The tip of the needle.

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It should be repeated that a good needle is as important as a good sewing machine. It is necessary to know some common types of needle. There are a lot of needle types depending on their purpose and size and type of sewing machines they are used for. However, this article summarizes and gives you an insight of the three most common ones:

  • Universal needles: As what can be inferred from its name, universal needles are among the most popular types. This is because they can be used for a wide range of fabrics from woven, synthetic, knit fabrics to lightweight, heavyweight fabrics. Universal needles should be used with Polyester or silk threads. If you are note sure, go for a universal needle since they are the most common for sewing machines, from a mini and portable to a heavy duty home sewing machine.
  • Jersey needles: These kinds of needles are designed with medium ballpoint tips. Therefore, they are mostly used for knit fabrics.
  • Stretch needles: Also having medium ballpoint tips just like jersey needles, what makes stretch needles different is the so-called scarf specialized for extremely stretchy fabrics and elastic such as swimwear. Polyester or cotton wrapped polyester threads should be used.

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Besides the above, there are a lot more types such as Jean needles, stretch needles or leather needles, etc. Each type of needle might be suitable for different types of sewing machine. For example, leather needles would work best with a heavy duty sewing machine for leather.

Needles are more affordable and easy-to-buy than any quality sewing machine. Therefore, it is a good practice to have a collection of needles to change for different projects. Also, due to its limited lifespan, frequent change of needles can benefit your sewing machine and your project.

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