What types of needles do I use on the embroidery machine? Answering that viewer question in this video. For the most part, I stick to just three.
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Remember that generally the higher the number for needle size, the larger the needle eye. (ie: 100/16 is bigger and 75/11 is smaller) With thread, the higher the number, the thinner it is. (ie: 60 wt thread thinner and 12 wt thread is thicker)
Ballpoint Needles – Organ 75/11 for most projects (knits, wovens, hats)
Metallic Needles – Klasse 80/12 and 90/14 for metallic / opalescent thread
Microtex Needles – Schmetz 90/14 for fabrics like ripstop nylon, slippery material (think windbreakers)
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