Description

Sewing Machine Needles 135x17 Serv7 #19 (Pack 10) is a pack of specialty needles designed to prevent skipped stitches when sewing stretchy or slippery materials, or when sewing heavy and thick assemblies. Serv7 needles have extra reinforcement compared to other needle types, which means they are far less likely to bend when sewing through thick, dense assemblies. If you find that you are breaking your standard Round Point (Sharp) needles, switch to Serv7 needles and the problem should be resolved. When switching from Round Point to Serv7, you can go down a needle size without losing any needle strength due to the needle's increased stability.

Generally, Serv7 needle size can be one less than normal. Needle sizes are listed two ways, by size and measurement, so a #19 needle is the same as a 120. For more information on needle and thread choices, view the Thread and Needle Recommendations document.

Needle System: 135 x 17
Needle Type: Serv7
Needle Size: #19 (120)

10 needles per pack.

Sewing Machine Needles 135 x 17 Serv7 #19 fit the following sewing machines:

  • Artisan 618-1SC
  • Artisan SC LTHR
  • Artisan 797AB-800/AB/ABN
  • Artisan 797AB LTHR/ABNS LTHR
  • Artisan 4420
  • Artisan 4420-25
  • Artisan 4400
  • Artisan 4400-25/LTHR
  • Consew 206RB
  • Consew 225
  • Consew 226
  • Consew 146RB
  • Consew 255RB
  • Craftool® Pro Stitch Master® Sewing Machine by Sailrite®
  • Juki LU56Z
  • Juki LU561
  • Sailrite® 111
  • Sailrite® Big-N-Tall
  • Sailrite® Fabricator®
  • Sailrite® Ultrafeed® LS-1
  • Sailrite® Ultrafeed® LSZ-1
  • Sailrite® Leatherwork®
  • Singer 111-W112
  • Singer 111-W151
  • Singer W153
  • Tacsew 111
  • Thompson Mini Walker


Specifications

Sale Unit: 10Pk
Brand: Schmetz

Videos

How to Select a Sewing Machine Needle Type

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.


Reviews

Overall Rating : 4.88 8 Reviews

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Harald Hefel
1/11/2022
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Then are also top-notch and last considering a long time as I’m using many heavy and thick assemblies

Carmen PARFAIT
12/11/2020
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Good items

Joe
10/01/2020
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high quality needles

best needles ever work real well with tanara thread

Michael Crowley
8/27/2020
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Received promptly

Dean Spletter
6/08/2020
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5

Jochen Heyland
5/13/2019
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Needles work well and last

Helen
10/10/2016

Good quality, reliable needles.

These are my favourite sewing machine needles so far for Sunbrella- having tried quite a few! I am a full time boat canvas maker and find these suits my Juki machine well. I have to be a little careful when I get to 7 layers of fabric tho as they tend to bend and snap when I get a little pedal heavy.. at this point they are fine if I turn the wheel by hand.

Sea Dragon
4/14/2017

Good quality needles

So far, these are my favorite needles as they can work through quite a few layers of fabric and suit the V69 thread I use. Have to be careful though that they are not going too blunt when reversing through those multiple layers or the threads start skipping and splitting.

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