Lion Brand Large-Eye Blunt Needles

SKU: 400-5-5002

$2.15 $3.59

Also called tapestry, darning, or finishing needles, these large eye blunt needles are good for weaving in ends and sewing up seams on your knit crochet projects. Nickel-Plated Steel (2 each of sizes 13, 14, 16) 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
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Melissa Copenhaver
Multiples in one package

It’s nice to have so many different sizes together.

C
Christine B.
Glad to have new needles

Love the sizes of these needle in that they are shorter.

R
Robin Meltzer
All the sizes you need

A very handy set for project finishing at an excellent price.

L
Liz Wilson
Handy Needles

Various sizes are handy to have around for working in my ends on crochet projects.

S
Susan
Standard needles

These are your basic blunt needles. However they didn’t work for the Elgin vest beachside the yarn is too thick for the needles. Lion brand should not have pairs them with this chunky yarn

Hi Susan - thank you for your feedback! We suggest using a scrap of paper as a needle threader to help get extra-thick yarn through the eye of the needle - fold the yarn in the middle of the piece of paper, then slide the paper through the needle eye, pulling the yarn with it. We hope this tip is helpful!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
93%
(27)
0%
(0)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
M
Melissa Copenhaver
Multiples in one package

It’s nice to have so many different sizes together.

C
Christine B.
Glad to have new needles

Love the sizes of these needle in that they are shorter.

R
Robin Meltzer
All the sizes you need

A very handy set for project finishing at an excellent price.

L
Liz Wilson
Handy Needles

Various sizes are handy to have around for working in my ends on crochet projects.

S
Susan
Standard needles

These are your basic blunt needles. However they didn’t work for the Elgin vest beachside the yarn is too thick for the needles. Lion brand should not have pairs them with this chunky yarn

Hi Susan - thank you for your feedback! We suggest using a scrap of paper as a needle threader to help get extra-thick yarn through the eye of the needle - fold the yarn in the middle of the piece of paper, then slide the paper through the needle eye, pulling the yarn with it. We hope this tip is helpful!