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Organ Size 00 Long Ball Point Blindstitch Machine Needles - 251L - 5/Pack

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Professional brand name needles.

Organ ball point blind stitch (curved) needles feature a more rounded tip and prevent cutting of fabric, snagging and large pin holes (good for knits). Machine Make and Model #: Consew 1099, Premier 817, U.S. Blindstitch 78, 508, 518, 538, 548, 718, 1099, 1188. Needle systems: 251 Long, LWx5T, 29-C-300LG, 251LG, SY7425, SYS3690. Available in a variety of sizes. 5 per package.

Features

  • Available in a variety of sizes
  • Blind stitch (curved) needles
  • Ball point

Product Specifications

Brand: Organ®
Units: 5/Pack
Size / Dimension: Size 00 Ball
Material: Chrome-Plated Metal
I know what needle system my blind hemmer is, but I'm unsure what size or sizes of blind hem needles to buy. I plan on making sheer curtains, but also hemming garments including wovens and knits. Any rules of thumb?
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Yes, you want to make sure that the needle is the correct size for the thread and the material you you be sewing. If you already have the thread, see if the tex size is marked on it. We have included a helpful tex size to needle size chart on our threads and needles to help you determine the correct size needle to use. This is found under "additional information".
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Can you find a needle system by looking at the needle?
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No, unfortunately, the needle system is different than the size of the needle. Each company will use a different needle system, however some of these systems overlap. For instance: DBx1 and 16x231 are two different needle systems, but are the same exact needle. (MNR162*)
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How can I tell if the machine needles that I bought from you are ballpoint needles?
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On the package of ballpoint needles that we send out, there will be 1 of 3 codes. BP- stands for ballpoint, SES- is light ballpoint (popular), or SUK- is a medium ballpoint.
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Why do some of you needles have different sizes associate with them?
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When using certain needles, such as blind stitch needles, a different numbering or sizing system was used. For the numbers we have listed in our catalog, a size: 35=16, 30=15, 25=14, 20=13, 15=12, 10=11, and 00=9 And 1=11, 1.5= 12, 2=13, 2.5=14, 3=15, 3.5=16, 4=18
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I have a US 718-9 Blind-stitch machine and wanted to know what ballpoint needles to get to sew knit and stretchy fabric?
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This machine used the 251L needle. So, the Organ MNB251L or the Schmetz SMNB251L would work well.
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Which stock # do I need for a Columbia model#300-20 blindstitch ballpoint needle equivalent to a size12 or 14 straight stitch needle. The machine will not stitch on knits and I'm hoping the ballpoint will work. Will the ballpoint also work on woven fabric?
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Ball point needles work great on wovens, sknits and stretch fabrics. Your machine takes the LWxT (aka 251LG). Our sku would be MNB251L size 15 or size 25.
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I just got an old Rex Blind Hemmer, 618-2 that has a bunch of Organ 25 old needles in the drawer. What needle system do I need to order for new blind hem needles?
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We show that machine takes the LWx5T system. Our MNR251L needles would work.
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What is the difference between ballpoint and stretch needles?
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The usual explanation of a ballpoint is that is has a slightly rounded tip that allows it to slide between fibers, rather than pierce them, thereby reducing "runs" in the fabric. Stretch needles have a deeper "scarf," an indentation that allows a longer thread loop to form, increasing the chance that it will be caught by the hook of the sewing machine, and that a stitch will be formed successfully on a difficult, stretchy fabric. Both needles are similar in that they are used with stretchy fabrics, however I would use ball points for heavier knits and stretch needles for lighter fabrics, like spandex.
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Can you tell me more information about the needle size?
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The size is usually stamped on the needle and can vary depending on the brand of needle. In the 40 and 50s, sizes were standardized to use the metric system to identify the size of needles. The most common sizes are 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100. In other words, it ranges from half a millimeter to a millimeter thick. This is the “higher” number that you see on the packages for needles. The smaller number is the American Equivalent. The best way to find both the needle system and size is to look on the package.
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How do I tell if a needle I ordered is ballpoint or regular?
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The needle system will contain “BP”, “SES”, or “SUK” usually, which will tell you what type of needle they are.
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When sizing sewing machine needles, how do you know which needle would be thicker and what would be thinner?
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For our sewing machine needles, the higher the number gets, the thicker the needle gets. Thus a size 18 would be larger than a size 14.
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