Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp
Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp
Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp
Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp
Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp
Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp
Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp
Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp

Small brass sewing needle, short - strong - sharp

Period textile tools for all reenactors since the early Middle Ages. Functional needle replica.

$3.86

Description

Not sure if using a metal needle is appropriate for your period? We've gone to the trouble of tracking down metal needles as early as BC. Do you have two minutes?

HERE is a short post with photos of needle finds from Europe.


Whether you get our handmade needles in bone, antler, wood or brass, trust that we take the utmost care in shaving the material to make them fun to use so you can get on with whatever projects you want! However, you need to keep in mind that brass is a softer material than modern stainless steel needles and needs to be handled with a little more care. When making the needle, we tried to find a compromise between strength and at the same time a thinness that doesn't leave unsightly holes in the fabric. We have tried them in practice and our wool and linen costumes are sewing great with them.

See also the necessary sharp scissors and pins.

If you need longer needles or shorter needles, let us know.


Needle size 3,5 - 4,5 cm

Product Details

Period
Antiquity 4000 BC - 7th century AD.
Early Middle Ages 7th - 11th century AD.
High and Late Middle Ages 11th - 16th century AD.
Material
Brass
Culture
Christian faith
Slavs
The Great Moravia
Vikings
product characteristic
Each piece is a handmade original, so the parameters may vary slightly.
Each piece is original, thanks to handwork it can have variations in size or decoration.
JEM-001
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