Use for stringing, making garlands, or for making pilot holes in felted wool balls to accommodate jewelry findings or wire. With a simple rocking action, use pointed end of needle to pierce ball and firmly grip to pull through. For extra heavy cording, use a pair of needle-nose pliers to firmly grasp the needle and pull through ball.
The flat portion of the needle separates the wool fibers rather than cutting or breaking them like a traditional pointed needle would. Breaking the wool fiber means a permanent hole is made in the ball. Because the Felts needle only separates the fibers, the holes re-seal themselves quickly. A generous needle eye accommodates heavy cording.
Made in China, distributed by Handbehg of St. Louis, MO, USA.