We've made it easy for you by putting the needles most commonly used in different applications into affordable collections. These needles are for household sewing machines using the 130/705 H (15X1) needle system.

Includes:
  • Jeans Needles, #1712, size 100/16 (one card with five needles) for dense materials
  • Jeans Twin Needle, #1738, size 4.0/100 (one card with one needle) for topstitching denim
  • Metallica Twin Needle, #1744, size 2.5/80 (one card with one needle) for metallic threads
  • Topstitch Needles, #1798, size 100/16 (one card with five needles) for topstitching threads
  • Double Eye Needles, #1822, size 80/12 (one card with five needles) to double maximum stitch length
  • SCHMETZ "ABC" Brochure
  • SCHMETZ Paper Bag

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icon The most popular needle, the Universal, has an eye that is 40% the width of the blade. Really! There are three other needles with larger eyes, the Embroidery and even more pronounced is the elongated eye of the Metallic and Topstitch needles. Now what does a larger eye mean? There is less friction on the thread as it passes through the eye. Ever sew with a thread that breaks or tends to shred? Guess what, use a needle with a larger eye. If you have old thread or maybe a poor quality thread, use a needle with a larger eye. The thread and needle work hard and fast. Help them out when you can with a larger eye.