Specialty needles with an optimized scarf for sewing through heavy fabrics. Featuring completely round shanks, these industrial needles have reinforced blades to help avoid skipped stitches and reduce needle breakage. Perfect for use with Tenara thread and for sewing heavy fabrics and jeans.
Generally, Serv7 needle size can be one less than normal. Needle sizes are listed two ways, by size and measurement, so a #14 needle is the same as a 90. For more information on needle and thread choices, view the Thread and Needle Recommendations document.
Sewing machine needles come in a variety of styles, sizes and types. This video should help you determine the type of needle you need for your particular sewing project. Needle types discussed are: Round Point (Sharp) needle, Ball Point needle, SD1 needle, DI needle and the Serv7 needle.
How to Insert a Sewing Machine Needle
Inserting a needle in a home sewing machine is easy, but what about needles that are industrial style and don't have a flat side on the shaft? It is more difficult to figure out how to insert them appropriately. We will show you the correct way to face the needle in your industrial or heavy duty sewing machine. We will also explain how to thread the needle.
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