Anyone use the titanium topstitch needles? Any reports on whether they are
good, bad or
just not worth the bother? I am getting to the point where my sewing room
has been tweaked
and maybe moving towards some quilting!
Here comes the expected answer. It depends. Buy a couple sometime and see
if you enjoy them. Personally, I love the fine results of a new sharp
needle; I get them by the hundred and change often. What do you mean you
tweaked the sewing room? Mine could enjoy some tweaking - like adding 60 or
70 square feet. Polly
"Taria" wrote > Anyone use the titanium topstitch needles? Any reports
on whether they are
I thought I hit send to reply to this but I guess my mail is still flaky.
Thanks Polly and Barbara. I usually buy machine needles by the 100 but
will try out a few of these before I get wild and crazy. They look to be
Several months ago we moved into the house we have been 'making over'
for the last 11 months. My new sewing room here is a work in progress like
of other stuff. Things weren't working at all but the other evening I got
and made what so far seem like good changes. I'll do some pics when it
I really enjoy using the titanium needle! Do you mean that your sewing room
is all straight and neat? If so, be sure to take some pictures!
Barbara in SC
I've changed to titanium needles from April this year and my quilting has i
mproved considerably. No more thread breaks and more even stitching with f
ree-motion. This is in conjunction with the Superior Threads spool stand so
it is probably a result of both.
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I will have to try them then. I might be able to get some quilting done
soon - within the month? I hope so. Anything which will make my
machine quilting better is worth a try. Do you use them for piecing as
well, Sandy, or just quilting?
Pat on the Green
I keep doing that. I thought I sent that message!
Appreciate your answer. You had already sent this to me personally, and
probably to Polly, too. So yes you did reply, but not so everyone could see
Ok, over to Superior we all go! Except the hand quilters. I'll report
I get to testing them. Hope others will too.
Thanks all, Taria
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Both, Pat! They're terrific and last lots longer than the regular ones.
Sandy in Henderson, near Las Vegas
I've been using titanium needles for a while now and find they last a
lot longer and the stitching looks better. Although I don't have
topstitching needles but just titanium versions of regular ball point
and sharp needles.
Judie in Penfield NY