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Tulip Bead Weaving Needles

5.00

Tulip Bead Weaving Needles

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)
$5.00
SKU: TUP-N-3

Tulip loom beading needles: Tulip is known for their fine quality quilt needles. Their specially designed needles for bead work are flexible and springy, the eye is easy to thread and the tip is rounded slightly to slide easily into beads while preventing splitting the thread. You will love them for loom work both with and without the shedding device. Don’t lose your needles because they are intended to last a long time.



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    Product Description

    (mm) Length .5

    (mm) Quantity 90

  • Reviews (1)
    5.00 out of 5

    1 review for Tulip Bead Weaving Needles

    1. 5 out of 5

      (verified owner) – :

      I’m fairly new to beading and have purchased 12 different types of needles – not really knowing what I need! When I purchased my loom I bought these needles and now will not use any other. They are stiff enough that they slide easily through the beads, yet give just a bit to allow some movement. The eye is easy to thread, something I really look at with my eyesight! I Love, Love, Love these needles, just wish they made them in a shorter length as well to use when weaving ends back into the beadwork. Truly- try these- you will be sold.


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