Bohin brand needles are new to me. I'd not heard of them until my Appleton supplier touted them so much, she offered to send me some free of charge if I would try them. She was convinced that once I tried them, I'd be sold on them and wouldn't want to use any other needle. Could this be true? I started researching these highly acclaimed hand embroidery/sewing needles and found lots of accolades, such as the following:
"I was totally amazed at how wonderful they are. I never thought you would notice the difference in needles but you do with these. They simply glide through your canvas.They are the only needles that I have been using. I totally recommend them."
The needles are here and they are unusually nice - very smooth and sharp.
We have #9 milliners/straw needles which are excellent for making bullion stitches and we also have #10 crewel needles - for crewel work - of course.
We'd like your feedback, so if you send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope, we'll send you a single needle to try - then we'd appreciate your feedback. This may just be the next addition to our regular inventory.