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Thread: Does anyone know where I can find these sewing needles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tammy cosper
    well this sounds like these might be good to use for cross- stitching. What do you all think?
    Thats what the lady in my sewing group uses them for. Pretty clever huh I think.

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    I am thinking Applique so glad you posted this. I have never heard of them before.

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    I have these needles although I have not used them. I remember I bought them through a catalog- thinking it was Clothild's. This was a few years ago.

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    I hurt myself enough with a regular needle. I would really do some damage with a double pointed one, lol!!!

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    You could also order them from http://www.colonialneedle.com/ That's where I got mine. They have all kinds of needles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwick156
    Quote Originally Posted by tammy cosper
    well this sounds like these might be good to use for cross- stitching. What do you all think?
    Thats what the lady in my sewing group uses them for. Pretty clever huh I think.
    Yes, it is pretty clever.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewlmatesister
    This is what I found...
    "Twin Pointed Needles

    Twin pointed needles have points on both ends with an eye in the middle. This allows stitching with one hand on each side of a hoop-mounted canvas or quilt. No needle turning means less wrist strain, less thread twisting, less dropping the needle between stitches and faster stitching."
    Can be found here....
    http://store.quilting-warehouse.com/...inpointed.html
    Sounds interesting for some embrodery

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