Organ sewing machine needles

Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles
Organ sewing machine needles

Organ sewing machine needles

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Organ needles are high-quality flat-shank needles for use in home sewing machines. I’ve chosen to stock the needles I think are most useful for mending.

Note: I originally purchased these for the shop because they're excellent quality (I use them myself) and were plastic-free. But Organ recently changed its packaging from paper 10-packs to plastic 5-packs, and I can no longer get certain needle sizes plastic-free. .·´¯`(>▂<)´¯`·.
I've listed and photographed the packet type for each needle variety so it's clear. 

Each packet contains 5 or 10 needles of the same size and type. The price per needle is the same; two 5-packs are the same price as one 10-pack.

HAx1

universal needle

size 100/16

for heavyweight fabrics such as denim, canvas, vinyl and upholstery

HAx1

universal needle

size 90/14

For medium-weight fabrics such as linen and calico

HAx1

universal needle

size 80/12

for thin fabrics such as cotton shirting, quilting cotton, poplin, rayon and light wool

HAx1

universal needle

size 70/10

for very fine fabrics such as silk, cotton lawn, cotton voile, lining fabric, sheer fabric and synthetics

HAx1BP

ballpoint needle

size 75/11

for stretch knits such as cotton jersey (T-shirts and undies)

HAx1DE

denim needle

size 100/16

for better stitching on denim and canvas

HLx5

Industrial-strength hard chrome embroidery needle

size 100/16

for quilting multiple layers, heavy-duty embroidery and machine darning of thick or heavy materials


Not sure which needle is right for you? I recommend using what you mend/sew most often as your guide.

Universal needles are good all-rounders. You can use them for everything (making sure to match needle size to fabric type/thickness). But for certain types of mending, specialty needles will do a better job (e.g. fewer skipped stitches and broken needles):

  • If you mend a lot of T-shirts and stretchy things, choose HAx1BP.
  • If you plan to machine-darn crotch holes in many pairs of jeans, choose HAx1DE or HLx5.
  • If you often mend jeans (not just machine darning but hems and side seams too), choose HAx1DE.
  • If you mend a lot of heavy-duty fabrics (not just jeans), go with the universal HAx1 size 100/16.
  • If you’re obsessed with free-motion darning and want to mend everything with artistic scribbles now, or need to free-motion darn heavy-duty workwear, try HLx5.

Made in Vietnam and packaged in a plastic packet, or wrapped in aluminium-coated paper (similar to a gum wrapper) inside a paper envelope.

Slow mode

This shop is in slow mode so I can enjoy a better life balance as a shop owner and mum of two tiny tots. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated.

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

Australia Post has been 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.

After your order has been packed, you will receive an email notification with your Australia Post tracking number, which you can use to check on the delivery status of your order.

Local delivery

Customers in Northcote, Thornbury and nearby suburbs (subject to capacity) can select local delivery at checkout. Local deliveries coincide with my pram-walking schedule, usually up to 3 business days after purchase. ٩(。•́‿•̀。)۶

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