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Tree Types with Needles (Tree Leaf Key) - Forestry - About.com
When trying to identify a tree, looking at the leaves or needles can be a big help. If tree foliage is a needle, then you probably are dealing with a conifer or ...
Stretch Sewing Machine Needles - About.com
A stretch needle is the last-resort needle when ballpoint needles still leave skipped stitches. Many people will not attempt sewing Lycra and swimwear without a ...
Knitting FAQs: How Do I Pick the Right Needle? - About.com
Answer: There are many different kinds of needles on the market, from plain plastic needles to metal, glass, bamboo, woods and many other materials. There are ...
Needles for Embroidery - Embroidery
Different fabrics and types of embroidery require different needles, and these needles come in a range of sizes. Choose the needle that best suits your project.
How Do I Select a Needle for Needlepoint? - About.com
Most needlepoint artists use a Tapestry Needle for working a canvas. Tapestry needles have a dull point, making it easier to slip the needle through a hole in the  ...
Overcoming the Fear of Needles - Trypanophobia
Jun 4, 2014 ... Trypanophobia, or fear of needles, affects an estimated 10% of Americans. Yet it was only recognized as a specific phobia by the DSM ...
Types of Knitting Needles - About.com
There are many different kinds of knitting needles you can choose from, including different materials, manufacturing types and uses. Here's a quick guide to what ...
Everything You Need to Know About Sewing Machine Needles
Sewing machine needles are the most changeable part of your sewing machine and they can change how your machine forms stitches. Find how they work, ...
Sewing Machine Needle Sizes - About.com
Understanding the numbers associated with sewing machine Needles will help you make the correct choice and possibly solve machine problems. Learn more ...
Cross Stitch Tools - Tapestry Needles and More - Various Types and ...
Learn about the tapestry needle, the needle most commonly used in Cross Stitch.
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