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Thread: Organ machine needles?

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    Senior Member madamepurl's Avatar
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    I only use Organ and I love them. I can use my needle threader on my machine much easier than the Schmetz.

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    I use them and have had good luck with them. I order them from Newark Dressmaker Supply catalog or Home-Sew Inc. Both are good companies to order from.
    Last edited by maryb119; 12-06-2012 at 03:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstringz View Post
    . I was told if you were straight stitching it was fine but something about them is just a little different (can't really remmber but was thinking a little longer)
    This is very confusing to me. The shop that I take my machines to informs me that Singer needles are the longer ones.

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    Amazon sells 100 Organ needles for less than $10 right now. If you are already ordering something else you could probably get free shipping on them too if your total order is more than $25.

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    You can get these in bulk on needlecoop on Yahoo. I can't post Yahoo links here so you will have to search the Yahoo groups. They will be having a buy in January I think. They end up being about 6-7 cents a piece. They order all kinds and I use topstitch needles for everything except my mid-arm. I have a Pfaff 7570 and Brother 2002 that I use these needle in without problems. I have also bought from this coop and have not had any problems.

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    My Janome Magnolia came with a pack of Organ needles. That's all I've used!

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    I've used Organ needles for years -- ever since my first Mongomery Wards machine. Their needles were made by Organ but carried the Mongomery Wards label. I purchased 100 of mixed sizes on E-Bay for something like $8.95 with free shipping. A real bargain.

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    I too only use Organ needles. I get them in bulk on ebay...
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    I like organ, but they are the more expensive ones here...

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    I use Superior top-stitch titanium coated. they are made by Organ but they last 4 times as long so even though they cost about $1 more per pack it is cheaper based on the fact that you do not have to change them with every project.

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