These flexible twisted wire beading needles come in a 10 piece pack. The larger eyes make them more user-friendly while threading even the thinnest of strings. These super fine needles are extremely helpful in more advance beading projects as well because they can be passed through beads more than once. In situations where a straight needle cannot do the job, try one of these flexible beading needles. In addition, the eye of the needles is also collapsible! So, once inside your bead, they will hold tight to ensure ease of working within your designs. These needles are definitely a staple in every beader's box.
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Customer Reviews for The BeadSmith FINE Beading Needles 10-Pack
Review 1 for The BeadSmith FINE Beading Needles 10-Pack
"I thought these needles we very good for stringing freshwater pearls. (The wire IS quite fine and it took me a little bit to get the hang of working with twisted wire though.)
I very much appreciated the size of the eye, which let me pull a double strand of thread through each pearl. I used knotting tweezers to bend open the eye up again after each strand and one needle lasted me through many strands.
The length of the needle also let me put several pearls on the needle and see how they would look next to each other before I pulled them onto the thread."
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Review 2 for The BeadSmith FINE Beading Needles 10-Pack
Location: Torrington, WY
About me: I design and sell online
My beading emphasis is: Mixed Media
Not worth the money
Date:March 5, 2012
Pros: Size, Price
Cons: Ease of Use, Fragile, Quality
"These needles are SO thin, that it is actually easier to bead with fishing line. They bend up quickly and are too flimsy. Even though they can fit through the beads, they often jam instead."
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Review 3 for The BeadSmith FINE Beading Needles 10-Pack
"They are very, very fine (thin) needles and though you can get them through the tiniest of holes, I found that when the hole collapsed I had a terrible time re-opening it to thread again. It has a round hole and I personally have better luck with the oblong collapsible opening on a needle."