Mary Arden Tapestry Petite Needle
Item 320091
Set of six 26 Tapestry petite. Imported from England, needles from Mary Arden are carefully inspected for the finest quality. The eye of each smooth needle is highly polished and free of burrs that can fray and break thread.
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
5.05

(based on 4 reviews)

By Sandra Britton
Goodyear, AZ
July 08, 2016
5.05
"I love cross-stitching and I prefer the shorter needles. I thought I'd try these out and I'm delighted I did. They are perfect."
April 15, 2016
5.05
"Love these needles for cross-stitching! Can use more of the floss than using a standard tapestry needle. If you do a lot of stitching and hate wasting floss, this is the needle for you."
December 04, 2014
5.05
"Love these needles Since I started using petite needles, I'll never go back to full size. These are much easier to use, with less drag through the fabric. The short size makes it much easier to tuck in the ends, especially in tight spots. Also I've found the stainless steel to glide through easier than the goldplated needles."
October 17, 2014
5.05
"LOVE these needles I Love using petite needles for cross-stitching. Can use more of the thread in the needle than in conventional sized needles. Highly recommend these for any stitcher. Even beginners. "