10 Best Hand Quilting Needles

List Updated October 2021

Bestselling Hand Quilting Needles in 2021


Big Eye Quilting Hand Needles-Size 10 12/Pkg

Big Eye Quilting Hand Needles-Size 10 12/Pkg
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Finest Quality English Needles
  • These are a great way to add extra design to whatever project you want to add it to
  • The perfect start to any project

Dritz Quilter's Basting Hand Needles Size 7, 6 Count

Dritz Quilter's Basting Hand Needles Size 7, 6 Count
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • DRITZ-Quilter's Basting Hand Needles
  • Long fine needles that easily penetrate through quilt layers without shifting
  • Made in Czech Republic

Clover Gold Eye Milliners, No. 3-9

Clover Gold Eye Milliners, No. 3-9
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • CLOVER-Long needles with round eyes excellent for pleating ribbon embroidery and embellishing on bonnets hats etc
  • Embellishing on bonnets hats etc
  • Made in United States
  • 16 needles per card
  • 2/#3 0.99 x 55.6mm, 4/#5 0.84 x 50.8mm, 4/#7 0.69 x 46.8mm, 6/#9 0.53 x 42.9mm
  • Sharp needle point
  • Superior quality
  • Quality Clover sewing notion

DMC 1766-8 Quilting Hand Needles, 20-Pack, Size 8

DMC 1766-8 Quilting Hand Needles, 20-Pack, Size 8
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Premium grade nickel plated steel needles
  • For those who like short needles in tiny sizes and for quilters especially quilting needles are best
  • Because it is so short and fits well between your fingers, you can control it easily without bending it out of shape

Mudder 30-Count Assorted Hand Needles, 3 Pack

Mudder 30-Count Assorted Hand Needles, 3 Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Metal stitching needles with large eye; And the threaders are easy for threading those needles even with small needle eye
  • This convenient assortment makes it easy to keep a variety of needles on hand
  • 30 Assorted hand needles per pack; 3 Packs per set
  • Use these hand needles for carpets, canvas, upholstery, coats, tents, mattresses, furs and leather
  • These needle threaders are good quality steel wire, they are suitable for hand sewing needle, machine needles and jewelry making

Dritz 20-Piece Quilting Betweens Hand Needles, Size 10

Dritz 20-Piece Quilting Betweens Hand Needles, Size 10
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Quilting/Between Hand Needles-Size 10
  • Short Needles With A Small Round Eye
  • For Quilting And Detailed Handiwork; Package Contains 20

Dritz 3-Piece Needle Pullers

Dritz 3-Piece Needle Pullers
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Ideal for quilting and crafts, sewing leather, denim and other heavyweight fabrics
  • Use needle puller to pull needle through layers of fabric
  • This package contains 3 needle pullers

Sewline THN-005E Tulip Quilting Needles (6 Pack), Size 10

Sewline THN-005E Tulip Quilting Needles (6 Pack), Size 10
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Decorative trimmings-tri-foil edge Venice lace trim
  • Made out of good Quality materials
  • Made in Japan

Colonial Needle JJ60400 Curved Quilting Hand Needles, 4-Pack

Colonial Needle JJ60400 Curved Quilting Hand Needles, 4-Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Finest Quality English Needles
  • These are a great way to add extra design to whatever project you want to add it to
  • The perfect start to any project

Singer Self-Threading Sewing Needles, 1 Pack, Assorted 15/Pkg

Singer Self-Threading Sewing Needles, 1 Pack, Assorted 15/Pkg
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Set of 15 assorted self-threading needles in round "Dial-a-Needle" compact
  • Self-threading needles make sewing easy again by allowing the user to pull thread through the eye without strain
  • To thread, simply slip thread into the groove at the top of the needle's eye and pull down into the eye
  • Needles come in multiple sizes to accommodate different projects

Top 3 All-Time Recommended Quilting Blogs

Tired of spending hours searching for useful quilting tips and information? This article covers three of my all-time favorite blogs to save you some valued time to spend quilting instead of searching for answers.

Over the last three years of my experiences in quilting, I have gone to the Internet many, many times for information, motivation, and inspiration. Upon discovering some real great sources for quilting info, personal blogs entered the picture.

Let me just start this article by stating that I have only just begun my discovery of great quilting blogs, however, time and time again these three blogs are the ones I find myself gravitating too as many times a day as possible looking and hoping for new content on their sites. I can't say I recall exactly how I came across each one of these individual sites so I thought I would share them with the quilt lovers out there and perhaps save you some time searching for the kind of fulfillment these blogs offer. There are others I refer to as often as these blogs but as with a lot of quilters/bloggers, our passion for the art wanes from time to time but these three ladies always seem to take the time to pursue their goals in quilting and lead truly fulfilling lives.

All of these ladies are super talented, super involved with quilting and super individuals overall. They inspire me, they take me down memory lane, they motivate me, and they impress me each of them for their ability to balance life with their passion for quilting.

On their blogs they not only share about quilting but life, family, love and just about everything else you can imagine. Let me also just mention that in addition to their busy lives, their blogs are personal in nature and they, like anyone else has the right to publish what they like on these sites, so having said that, the blogs are always in good nature, they are upbeat and they are positive sources for information. If you plan to visit either site and think you will get away with any nastiness in any way, you are sadly mistaken. These ladies provide their information as a choice and for those like me, a blessing. Let's all appreciate that and keep our negative opinions to ourselves. I promote that idealism for any site you visit. If you wish to be nasty, start your own blog. In no particular order, here are my top three recommended quilting blogs:

This blog belongs to Judy Laquidara. Judy is a tremendously busy lady who not only loves to quilt but cook as well. She shares everything from quilting to chicken coops on her blog. There are great quilting tips, cooking tips, business tips, charity donation information and a link to her Website. Judy does trunk shows and lectures and runs a long arm quilting business. She is also a published author. Her book Nine Patch Extravaganza is available on her Website, Sunshine Quilts (). I look forward each day to seeing what things Judy and her family are up to. She has a great sense of humor and a way of telling/writing a story and I often chuckle when reading her content. Funny and quilty! Who could ask for more?

Quiltville's Quips and Snips belongs to Bonnie K. Hunter. This lady is known the world over for her quilting. Bonnie also does tons of trunk shows and lectures in addition to doing long arm quilting. Bonnie has also written a book Scraps amp; Shirttails. It's available on her Website, Quiltville.com (). This blog shares lots of information on quilting and Bonnie truly shows her passion for the art in every quilt she does. The blog is an amazing source of information, and loads of info on her travels and experiences traveling the world doing what she absolutely loves to do in life, quilt. That's one lucky woman there. A great read time and time over.

What can be said about Susan? Susan Ramey Cleveland is just one of the sweetest people I have never met in my entire life. I only read her blog but she just expels sweetness in everything she does. She may be my greatest source of inspiration as she is closest to the "down-home" impression in my memories of Mom and Gran doing the quilting all those years ago. Susan is involved in everything under the sun to do with quilting. She's also an avid reader; she crochets and makes all sorts of other art projects that she shares as well as her love for quilting. She's a family lady with a strong faith in God that also draws me to her site. If you think retirement means slowing down and sitting around, you haven't learned about Susan yet!!!

For a list of other great quilting blogs check out my blog, My Quilted World () and visit the links listed under My Blog List. If you cannot find inspiration or an answer to what you need from this list, the information is not out there.

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