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Finally, the perfect way to store your needles so you won't lose them!
The stylish flip-top Pebble container is smooth and flat and easy to slip into your project bag, but large enough not to be mislaid. Each high quality needle slides into its own space in the Pebble, so it's easy to see if you've forgotten to replace it after use.
John James is an English company with a well-deserved reputation for making the highest quality needles. I've used John James embroidery needles exclusively for over 20 years. I couldn't believe my luck when I discovered the Knitters Pebble (for assembling my amigurumi) a few years ago, and since then I've used only Pebble needles for all my sewing and embroidery needs, and I haven't lost a single one, thanks to the pebble cases. They are a pleasure to use, and I highly recommend them!
Whether you're stitching your pieces together or weaving in loose yarn ends, a high quality yarn needle makes the task of finishing your crochet (or knit) projects much easier! The strong steel passes smoothly through even the smallest spaces, and the rounded tip won't damage your fibres.
The Knitters Pebble includes three sizes of tapestry (yarn) needles that are perfect for all your yarny needs:
- Largest: ideal for worsted and bulky weight yarns, this needle's eye will accommodate even the largest yarns.
- Intermediate: perfect for sport, DK and worsted yarns (and a great alternative to the large size if you have very tight amigurumi stitches!)
- Smallest: I use this for lace, fingering and sport yarns - it's perfect for weaving in ends on even the finest of accessory projects like fine lacy shawls.
Having a selection of sizes makes it easy to find the perfect needle for your project so you'll never struggle with fitting your yarn through the too-small eye of your needle or fighting to get a too-large needle through your crocheted stitches.
The jade knitters pebble case contains an assortment of 3 large tapestry sewing needles.