Box of 100 ORGAN 15X1SP Flat-Shank Home Machine Needles for Stretch or Elastic Materials.
Needle System : 15X1SP, also sold under HAX1SP HAX1KN, 15X1KN.
Same as Schmetz 130/705H-S Stretch Needles.
For most home sewing machines using flat shank needles including Babylock/Simplicty, Bernette, Brother, Bernina, Elna, Happylock, Janome, Juki, Mammylock, Necchi, New Home, Pfaff, Riccarlock, Simplicity, Singer, Viking, White and More.
Special point universal needles. Chrome-plated with a reinforced blade. Has a medium ball point & longer and wider eye than the normal Universal needle making it suitable for sewing with thicker sewing or embroidery thread. Use for sewing on stretch and other elastic fabrics.
Schmetz HAX1SP Needles are available in following sizes. Please select your size from the drop down menu. Size 75/11 Size 90/14
Lower size numbers are narrower or thinner needles used for lighter materials. Higher size numbers indicate a needle of thicker diameter, used for heavier materials.
This listing includes 20 EACH (60 TOTAL) Organ CHROME Plated Stretch (Elastic) Flat Shank Needles in the following Sizes: Metric 75/11, Metric 80/12 & Metric 90/14
15x1SP, HAx1SP This is a special version of the 15X1 embroidery needle for stretch or elastic materials and tightly woven knits with a CHROME PLATED finish..
It is made to higher standards, it has a snake's head shape due to a combination of a slightly bulged eye and a slightly reduced blade above the eye. This REDUCES needle heat-up and prevents skip stitches.
Ball point machine embroidery needles are designed to alleviate making holes in knit or loosely woven materials. The cross fibers which constitute the knit or loosely woven materials are relatively far apart as compared to those in tightly woven materials.
These Organ needles are for home sewing machines. They have a flat shank and will work in all home sewing machines such as: Juki, Husqvarna, Viking, Baby Lock, Janome, Brother, Bernina, Singer, Pfaff and more. Needles fit any front-to-back threaded machine.
This is known as a twin needle or double needle. A twin needle is two needles joined on one flat shank.
A twin needle produces two parallel lines of stitching along the top as the bobbin thread zigzags between them.
Twin needles are used for pr practical sewing and decorative stitches such as pintucks, seam finishes, and topstitching. Each twin needle features two needles fixed to a single needle shank, allowing you to sew two parallel rows of stitching at the same time. The end result is a nicely-sewn seam or finishing stitch without the use of a serger.
The first number shows the distance between the two needles (in MM). The second number, the one that follows the slash, is the size of the needle. (e.g 3/14)
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