Birch Creative darners – size 3/9 darning needles

Birch Creative darners – size 3/9 darning needles

Birch Creative darners – size 3/9 darning needles

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Darning needles are long and have a large eye for easy threading of the thicker threads and yarns most often used for darning.

I started using darning needles for hand stitching when I taught workshops for kids – darning needles’ long length and thickness make them easy for kids and beginner sewists to handle, and the large eye makes them easier to thread than standard hand-sewing needles. Once I’d used them for teaching I got hooked, and now darners are the needles I use for most of my hand-sewn mending projects.

This set contains 12 needles of different lengths. They have sharp points and are intended for darning thin woven fabric, e.g. tea towels and other linens. But you can use them for hand-sewing and embroidery projects as well. They would work well with thin yarns such as Scanfil cotton mending yarn, 1-3 strands of embroidery thread or any sewing thread (hand-stitching only; sewing thread is too thin for darning).

For a bigger range of needle sizes (including needles for darning socks and medium-weight knitwear), try Prym yarn darners or the Prym Combi Card. For thick needles with blunt tips for darning chunky hand-knit items, try Clover darning needles.

Made in China and packaged in a reusable flip-open pack made of cardstock and plastic.

Want to see how it’s done? Modern Mending the book includes 32 pages of darning instructions and 18 pages of hand-stitching instructions, with photographs and illustrated diagrams.

This shop is in slow mode while I adapt to life as a new mum! Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated.

I'm currently dispatching orders once a week; place your order by 5pm Thursday Melbourne time (AEDT) for dispatch the next day (Friday).

Australia Post is experiencing significant delays. If you select Express Post at checkout, it will speed up Australia Post's delivery timeframe but won't speed up my process.

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Local delivery
Northcote/Thornbury customers can select local delivery at checkout. Local deliveries coincide with my pram-walking schedule, usually 1-3 days after purchase. ٩(。•́‿•̀。)۶

Christmas deadlines
Australian customers:
For the best chance of receiving your order in time for Christmas, order by 5pm on 9 December for standard shipping, and 5pm on Thursday 16 December for Express Post and local delivery.

This shop will close for Christmas at 5pm on 16 December. Orders placed after that time will be shipped in January (exact date to be determined) when the shop reopens. The exception is gift vouchers, which are available for purchase 24/7 and delivered automagically by email!  

International customers:
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