Using authentic SINGER Needles is one essential thing crafters miss out. Investing in genuine SINGER needles will give you the best results in your sewing projects. Says who? It’s all in your sewing manual!
All my life, I have been using random needles for my sewing machines, not realizing I was doing it wrong. Using the right accessories wasn’t a big deal for me until I got my SINGER Heavy Duty machines.
If you’re having problems with troubleshooting your machine, there could be a problem with your needle. Replace your needle once it skips stitches or after sewing one garment. I know that’s expensive given you’re using original ones, but who am I to mess with my sewing machine manual?
A Guide to your SINGER Needles
Here’s a guide in what you need to know about these needles. This guide is in my instruction manual that came with my SINGER HD6335M. So you might want to check yours too!
You can find the needle type/model and size at the back of the needle pack. Mine is Singer 2026, and this type of needle is specifically for thick and heavy fabrics like denim. If the version isn’t listed above, you could do further research about it.
Along with needles, you should also use the right thread and needle size for the corresponding types of fabric. Doing this could help you sound more educated or professional while talking to the sales representative.
I know in the Philippines, especially in the provinces, people (even myself) aren’t particular about this. But if you are starting or growing a brand, it’s time to educate yourself about small details like this. It makes a difference even if it’s one little thing.
I hope this blog post helped you understand your needles more. Let me know if you have any questions or if you have a topic in mind in the comment section below! You can also read more on my blog here.