Sajou selection 40 needles Coquecigrues Model

40 needles embroidery-sewing Coquecigrues

Référence: AIG_POC_040_COQUECI
Ean: 3701098600734
Brand: Maison Sajou


40 sewing-embroidery needles - Coquecigrues fabric selection


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20 sewing needles and 20 embroidery needles - Coquecigrues selection

This needle selection represents the famous Coquecigrues motif, one of the most famous fabrics from the Oberkampf Manufactory in Jouy. The interior is a checkered motif, one of the coordinates of our Coquecigrues fabric.
Detail of the 40 needles:
  • sharp point: 6 n°5 long needles - 6 n°7 long needles - 4 n°9 long needles - 2 n°3 darning needles and 2 n°5 darning needles;
  • round point: 2 n°20 needles - 4 n°22 needles - 4 n°24 needles - 4 n°26 needles and 6 n°28 needles.
Size of packet when closed: 14cm x 9.8cm - Size of packet when open: 14cm x 19.6cm.
See our toile de Jouy themed embroidery kits in the Museums and Heritage Collection. And discover our section with the Coquecigrues products.
All our pins and needles are MADE IN FRANCE.
Special letter tariff for this product.
Attention: the letter tariff is only applicable for certain products up to 250g total weight.
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Reviews about this product

Based on 6 reviews

  • 5

    High quality, perfect assortment of needles to carry with you. Beautiful packaging.

  • 5

    Very good (Translated review)

  • 3

    Very cute, but I'm a little disappointed: I imagined it to be a little bigger and mostly made of fabric, but the material here is a little... dry. (Translated review)

  • 5

    At first I thought the pouch was made of fabric, but it's not cardboard, and it's not a big deal because the needles are made in France. (Translated review)

  • 3

    I thought the pouch was made of fabric, but I must have misread the description. (Translated review)

  • 3

    I didn't think the sleeve was made of cardboard but of fabric. Thanks for the cards (Translated review)

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