These are my favorite quilting tools. They are what I use everyday and recommend in my patterns, videos and tutorials. I hope you'll like them as much as I do.

Hemming Crewel Needles - Size 3/9 for Back Basting

$ 3.11

An all time favorite, this is one of  the needles I use for my back basting hand applique. It's easy to thread with the quilting thread and makes a nice hole when basting. There are 15 needles in a convenient little package to keep right in your sewing basket. Once you try them I think you'll love them too!

Hemming Milliner Applique Needles - Size 10

$ 3.25

An all time favorite, this is one of  the needles I use for my hand applique. It's easy to thread. Fine enough for the most delicate fabrics yet strong enough so it won't bend. I even use them for my hand piecing. They are officially considered a Milliner/Straw needle in a size 10. There are 15 needles in a convenient...

John James Embroidery Needles - Size 8

$ 2.75

One of my favorite needles for redwork and colored thread embroidery. It's easy to thread with an elongated eye. Smooth as silk! The thread just glides though the eye making it perfect for those of us who like to use a mile long piece of floss when stitching. There are 16 size 8 needles in a package.

Sentimental Stitches Applique Needles - Size 10

$ 4.25

This is the needle I use for all my hand applique. It's easy to thread. Fine enough for the most delicate fabrics yet strong enough so it won't bend. I even use them for my hand piecing. They are officially considered a Milliner/Straw needle in a size 10. There are 15 needles in a convenient little case to keep right...

Sentimental Stitches Embroidery Needles - Size 8

$ 4.25

This is the needle I use for my hand embroidery. It's easy to thread. There are 15 needles in a convenient little case to keep right in your sewing basket. Once you try them I think you'll love them too!

Wonder Clips

$ 34.95

I have no idea how I ever managed to sew the binding on a quilt before I found these! Once you try them you'll never want to be without them.  Clip and hold, clip and sew right where you need it. Open wide for multiple layers, won't damage or distort the fabric. 1/4in and 1/2in seam allowance marking on the...