Sew decorative seams that look like a traditional hand-stitching technique with the combination of a Universal Needle and a Hemstitch Needle.
Wing-like needle blade on the hemstitch needle
Point shape: Slightly rounded point, hemstitch needle with a special shape
When sewing, holes are created in the seam, acting as a decorative element. This traditional hemstitch effect is achieved by the “wings” on both sides of the needle's blade, which gently push the threads in the woven fabric to the side. The sewing thread supports this effect because it prevents the threads in the woven fabric from returning to their original position.
The best effects are achieved in loosely woven fabrics such as linen, batiste and cotton.
Twin needles are two needles mounted on one shaft used to create two rows of stitches simultaneously. Use two spools of thread and one bobbin thread.
Size 2.5/100. The needle spacing is shown first in millimetres, and the needle size is shown second in NM (number metric).