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Tulip Embroidery Needles

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These are the one and only Tulip needles made in Hiroshima Japan. I cannot brag enough about these awesome needles. Tulip needles are the Cadillac of needles. The first time I stitched with one, I was in love! And that's no kidding!

I must say the Japanese have it going on in the embroidery department. They know what they are doing and make quality products. Tulip brand is just such a product. Plus, they come in darn cute packaging, inside tiny viles! Nice!

They polish each needle so it slides through fabric beautifully. They are nice and sharp and NEVER have burrs on them! Heavenly.

I had one of my beginner student won a drawing for a package of Tulip needles and she even noticed the difference when she used them for the first time.

All that said, if you want to treat yourself, or just like the idea of using the best of the best, try these Tulip embroidery needles!

I have them available in multiple sizes. Hint: the bigger the number the small the needle.


5 out of 5 stars

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Starla Rockert

Tulip Embroidery Needles

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  • Craft type: Crewel, Embroidery, Quilting, Sewing
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