Super Safe Lacing Needles
Perfect For the Purpose
These needles were perfect for a little weaving project we are doing for a children's party. Easy to thread with yarn and easy to use. These are bendable, but so are any needles for children that I have purchased from other sources. Very good.
November 13, 2012
Work great for string art projects
The price and quanity were awesome. The safety feature of using plastic needles was a big plus. They work great with string art for school age children, without the worry of someone getting hurt.
March 17, 2010
Haven't used them yet, but
I purchased these for my students to use in the classroom. We are going to use them when we make our plastic canvas bookmarks. I have metal needles I have used in the past, but thought this would be better for the classroom.
March 14, 2014
These needles are not meant to be pushed through fabric, paper or cardboard. They are perfect for lacing through holes, stringing children's beads and weaving. If you want something to use as an actual needle you will need something heavier. My main concern is no one getting poked. These fit the bill perfectly!
June 22, 2013
All of the items that I received for the church picnic are just what I expected to receive. Thank you for your service and prompt delivery.
August 31, 2012
Excellent for school
I used these with my class. We made sit-upons for our Daily 5 time. The plastic needles worked really well for the children to use as they laced the edges of the sit-upons.
August 18, 2012
Not sure what to do with them?
They are too big to fit through the pony beads, which have pretty large holes compared to other beads.
June 17, 2011
not worth it
bought it based on the reviews and the price. not worth it. too flimsy.
June 8, 2011
Perfect For Little Hands
My daughter loves making necklaces but has a hard time getting the beads on the cording sometimes, these work great so she has something to slip the beads over without folding over.
October 25, 2010
Not very strong
I was somewhat disappointed with these needles. My Brownie Troop was making sit-upons using vinyl table cloths and narrow ribbon. The needles bent and snapped very easily. Some girls were able to work past this by holding the needle very close to te point while others found it frustrating. Nothing like a Boyd needle as I read on one of the reviews. I didn't expect the world given the price but expected the needles to be a little more rigid than they were. These would work great for plastic canvas crafts but not up to our task.
September 20, 2010