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Sewing Pins & Needles

Arguably the hardest working pair in the sewing world, Pins and Needles are two of the most imperative components of sewing. Explore Mood’s online pins & needles for your design ambitions!

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  1. Product #: 111692 Schmetz Quilting Needles - 75/11

    Designer: Schmetz

    $4.98 $3.98  / Package
  2. Product #: 426980 Schmetz 5 Machine Embroidery Needles - Assorted Sizes

    Designer: Schmetz

    $5.49 $4.39  / Each
  3. Product #: 426981 Schmetz 5 Metallic Machine Needles - 80/12

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.49 $5.19  / Each
  4. Product #: 426984 Schmetz 5 Topstitch Machine Needles - 90/14

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.49 $5.19  / Each
  5. Product #: 426987 Schmetz Triple Machine Needle - 3.0

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.49 $5.19  / Each
  6. Product #: 426979 Schmetz 5 Machine Embroidery Needles - 90/14

    Designer: Schmetz

    $5.49 $4.39  / Each
  7. Product #: 426982 Schmetz 5 Metallic Machine Needles - 90/14

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.49 $5.19  / Each
  8. Product #: 426983 Schmetz 5 Topstitch Machine Needles - 80/12

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.49 $5.19  / Each
  9. Product #: 426985 Schmetz 5 Topstitch Machine Needles - 100/16

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.49 $5.19  / Each
  10. Product #: 426986 Schmetz Triple Machine Needle - 2.5

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.49 $5.19  / Each
  11. Product #: 425704 Beadwork Needles For .010 Flexwire - 16 Pack

      

    $3.74 $2.99  / Each
  12. Product #: 425682 Coloreyes #10 Black Beading Needles - 2.25

      

    $2.98 $2.38  / Each
  13. Product #: 425684 Coloreyes #12 Red Beading Needles - 2.25

      

    $2.98 $2.38  / Each
  14. Product #: 425685 Coloreyes Assorted Colors Beading Needles - 2.25

      

    $2.98 $2.38  / Each
  15. Product #: 425683 Coloreyes #11 Blue Beading Needles - 2.25

      

    $2.98 $2.38  / Each
  16. Product #: 330130 Dritz Color Ball Pins 100 Ct - 1 1/16 Inch

    Designer: Dritz

    $3.48 $2.78  / Each
  17. Product #: 330131 Dritz Super Fine Nickel Plated Steel Pins 250 Ct - 1-1/4

    Designer: Dritz

    $4.98 $3.98  / Each
  18. Product #: 330132 Dritz Snag-nab-it

    Designer: Dritz

    $3.34 $2.67  / Each
  19. Product #: 121510 Richard Hemming & Son Sharps - Size 3/9 - 20 Count

    Designer: Richard Hemming & Son

    $2.68 $2.14  / Each
  20. Product #: 121329 Ever Sewn Safety Pins with Hearts - 20 Count

    Designer: Ever Sewn

    $4.99 $3.99  / Each
  21. Product #: 121689 Clover Green Heart Shaped Pins - 20 Count

    Designer: Clover

    $5.99 $4.79  / Each
  22. Product #: 121690 Clover Extra Fine Patchwork Pins - 100 Count

    Designer: Clover

    $9.99 $7.99  / Each
  23. Product #: 323878 Schmetz 5 Super Nonstick Needles - 90/14

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.98 $5.58  / Each
  24. Product #: 323876 Schmetz 5 Super Nonstick Needles - 70/10

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.98 $5.58  / Each
  25. Product #: 323882 Singer Serger Machine Needle Threader

    Designer: Singer

    $5.69 $4.55  / Each
  26. Product #: 323879 Schmetz 5 Super Nonstick Needles - 100/16

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.98 $5.58  / Each
  27. Product #: 323881 Singer Machine & Hand Needle Threader

    Designer: Singer

    $4.29 $3.43  / Each
  28. Product #: 323861 Magic Quilting Pins with Case - 1.75

    Designer: Taylor Seville Originals

    $11.49 $9.19  / Each
  29. Product #: 322835 Schmetz Sewing Machine Double Hemstitch Needle

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.48 $5.18  / Each
  30. Product #: 322833 Schmetz Extra Wide Sewing Machine Twin Needle - 8.0/100

    Designer: Schmetz

    $6.48 $5.18  / Each
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Not only are pins and needles two of the most imperative components of sewing, they also have histories that date further back than many of the apparel industry’s most revered items, including pants and shoes. Coincidentally, both the sewing pin and the sewing needle were hand-made out of bone over 17000 years ago by Western Europeans and Central Asians. Arguably the hardest working pair in the world of sewing, sewing pins were primarily used to hold clothing or pages of books together, while its perforated counterpart, the needle, did the work of gripping and sewing the thread. By the beginning of the 19th Century, sewing pins and needles had reached a popularity rivaled only by that of today’s sewing machine.

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