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Jeans Needle | Size (80 to 110)

Jeans Needle | Size (80 to 110)

Regular price Rs. 37.50
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Jeans / Denim Needle Characteristics:
  • Tough guy! Just whom you need to add swagger to a denim, heavy twill, canvas, workwear Engineered with a sharp point for easy penetration, stiffer blade to resist needle deflection/breakage, and skipped stitches.
  • Available in sizes 70/10, 80/12, 90/14, 100/16 and 110/18.
  • Works superbly on modern sewing machines such as Baylock, Bernina, Bernette, Brother, Elna, Viking, Janome, Kenmore, Pfaff, Singer and more.
  • Threads range from synthetic or blends, cotton wrapped polyester, 100% polyester and heavier topstitching threads.
  • Caution: Not suitable for Industrial Machines because they require needles with a round shank.

Top 10 Sewing Tips:

Tip 1: Needle

  • Always use Beissel Jeans needles (130-705 H J Jeans needle).
  • It comes with a sharp tip for easy penetration and reinforced blade to make light work of tough denim garment.

 Tip 2: Needle

  • The needle point is likely to become dull after about 8 hours of sewing. It will begin to make a bigger hole and a “punching sound” making the machine work harder.
  • A needle is the least expensive item in your project. Do not wait for the needle to break. Change to a nice fresh needle after 8 hours of sewing (or) when starting a new project. Your sewing machine will work as it is new!

 Tip 3: Needle

  • Beissel Jeans needle comes in a wide variety of sizes ie., 70/10, 80/12, 90/14, 100/16, 110/18.
  • Choose the right needle based on whether they are lightweight (4-10 oz), medium weight (10-12 oz) of Heavy weight (12-14 oz).

 Tip 4: Thread

  • Use contrast color thread for effect wherever necessary.

 Tip 5: Fabric

  • Prewash the denim fabric. Denim will shrink and the chemical will run. You do not want this to happen after finishing the fabric.
  • After washing, fabric will become softer and easier to sew.

Tip 6: Scissors

  • Use sharp scissors for cutting the fabric (or) fresh blade on rotary cutter.

Tip 7: Sewing Habit

  • Denim can stretch. So hold firmly in front and back and guide without stretching.

Tip 8: Presser Foot

  • Walking foot is also a good idea. It will guide the fabric along without the denim having to be pulled.

Tip 9: Sewing Style

  • Sew slowly especially while sewing over multiple layers.
  • Manually turn the knob while sewing over waistband (or) cross seams to avoid breaking.

Tip 10: Sewing Style

  • Check machine setting and do a trial run on scrap material to ensure machine, thread, needle, fabric etc., are working in sync.
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