What are the thinnest beading needles?
A #15 needle is thinnest needle we carry. You can make multiple passes through a size 15/0 seed bead. Tulip Needles are stiff yet springy and less likely to bend than other beading needles you may have used.
What can I use instead of a beading needle?
Braces make it very hard to floss, so my sister-in-law recommended a thing called floss-threaders. They’re basically thin plastic needles to help you thread the floss in between the brace wires. As soon as I saw them I thought “these would be great for beading!” and they are.
What size cord do I need for seed beads?
0.25mm (0.10”) wire is extremely thin and good for stringing or weaving with seed beads, freshwater pearls and small semi-precious stones. 0.30mm (0.012”) and 0.33mm (0.013”) wire is very thin and good for crystals, seed beads and beads with smaller holes.
Do I need a beading needle?
Beading needles are essential tools for off-loom beadweaving and other beading projects. They look like regular sewing needles but are more flexible, thinner and have smaller eyes. Sewing needles should not be used for beadweaving.