Super Stretch Needle
- The Super Stretch Needle is suitable for use with thicker threads.
- It is also suitable for sewing lingerie or bras, as the special blade design helps to prevent needle breakage.
- Highly elastic fabrics
- Needle sizes NM 65 for ultra-fine stretch fabric like microfiber
Available needle sizes
- NM 65, NM 75, NM 90
- Special flat shank
- Special blade design
- Enlarged eye
- Wider thread groove
Medium ball point
The SCHMETZ Super Stretch Needle is closer to the hook thanks to a special flat shank, which makes it easier for the hook to pick up the thread loop. This feature prevents skipped stitches, even when working with highly elastic fabrics. The special blade design ensures less needle breakage and particularly straight stitches. Thanks to the larger eye combined with the wider thread groove, you can use the Super Stretch Needle with thicker sewing threads. This means that there is less pull on the threads, so that they no longer tear.
The medium ball point is suitable for all types of knitted fabric, because it displaces the loops, thus preventing damage to the material. These needles can be identified quickly and easily as special needles by the white colored ring on the shoulder of the Super Stretch Needle.
The Super Stretch Needles can be used in all household sewing machines that require the 130/705 H needle system, as well as in some overlock machines (more information is available in the user manual). Due to its characteristics, the Super Stretch Needle is an alternative to the Stretch Needle when sewing with thicker threads.
|Needle type||Super Stretch Needle||Stretch Needle||Jersey Needle|
|Available needle sizes||65/9, 75/11, 90/14||65/9, 75/11, 90/14||70/10, 80/12, 90/14, 100/16|
|Point shape||Medium ball point||Medium ball point||Medium ball point|
|Key features||Special scarf/needle eye area, stronger shank flattening and blade reinforcement to prevent skipped stitches; wider needle eye and widened thread groove for thicker threads||Special scarf/needle eye area, stronger shank flattening to prevent skipped stitches|
|Application range||Elastic or highly elastic knitted fabric, use of thicker threads||Elastic or highly elastic knitted fabric||Knitted fabrics; better to use a Stretch or Super Stretch Needle for highly elastic fabrics|
In principle, there are three special needles to choose from for knitted fabrics: The Jersey Needle, the Stretch Needle, and the Super Stretch Needle.
“But which is the right one?”
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