Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Titanium Coated Needles

New Product!

Announcing our new top quality industrial grade needles for home machines. Titanium-coated needles have been available for longarm and industrial machines for many years, but these are the first titanium-coated Topstitch style needles made for home machines.
Superior Threads (USA) and Organ Needle Company (Japan) have applied the latest technology of titanium-coated needles to the Topstitch style for home machines. These new titanium-coated needles have an ultra thin coat of titanium nitride layered on the surface to extend their productive life by five to eight times that of regular needles.
Most professionals recommend changing the needle every project or, if you count, every 8 hours. Imagine having a needle that will last 40 to 60 hours. This is equivalent to saving 80% on the cost of needles.

Why Topstitch? We talk a lot about Topstitch needles. We learn from the pros. The majority of professionals and educators we work with use the Topstitch needle for nearly all their sewing. It is simply the best needle style for quilting, embroidery, and most sewing applications.
We usually need only three needles:
  • Topstitch #80/12 for piecing and for sewing with fine threads.
  • Topstitch #90/14 for the majority of threads.
  • Topstitch #100/16 for heavier threads.
  • How about for metallic threads? Topstitch #90/14. Under a microscope, other brands of Topstitch and Metallic needles are almost identical. There is no need for both styles.
* Thread Therapy with Dr. Bob:
Bob will be presenting 3 seminars at Nancy's Notions Sewing Weekend 2009. If you are in the Beaver Dam, WI area from April 30th through May 2nd, be sure and stop by and say hello.

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