The Best Place To Buy Thread Needles Online

For snag-free success, threading the needle requires the right type and size. At Pound A Metre, we sell a wide range of sewing tapestry and darning needles suitable for a variety of thread sizes.

  • Sewing Needles: General household needles for sewing tasks like stitching seams, hems, and attaching buttons.
  • Embroidery Needles: These have larger eyes to accommodate embroidery floss or thicker threads and are ideal for decorative stitching and embellishments.
  • Quilting Needles: Similar to sewing needles, but shorter and thinner.
  • Tapestry Needles: These have blunt ends and large eyes, making them ideal for working with yarn in needlepoint, cross-stitch, and other types of canvas work.
  • Beading Needles: These are very fine and flexible needles, perfect for adding beads and sequins to fabric.

Made from carbon tempered steel and designed to push the thread through fabric, start creating stitches and secure fabrics together with ease. 


Behind Every Needle is a Reliable Thread

Looking for the best place to buy needles and threads? You've come to the right place. At Pound-A-Metre, we stock high-quality embroidery threads and Gutermann threads which thread the eye of the needle with ease.  

Our stocks don't stop there - with Haberdashery Supplies extending across a wide range of fabric dyes, iron-on motifs and more; fill your sewing box to the brim with everything you today.  

New to sewing and after the perfect fabric to start on? Check out our range of fabric bundles - these come in an assortment of colours and are easy to use for any beginner out there. For even cheaper deals, check out our £1 fabric range which includes the latest and greatest deals you can find out there - saving up to 90% compared to RRP!

Frequently Asked Question

  • Eye: The hole at the top of the needle where you thread the thread through.
  • Point: The sharp end that pierces through the fabric.
  • Shaft: The long, thin body of the needle.

Yarn darners are particularly suitable for working with wool or coarse threads when preparing larger holes. The best carbon, hardened, tempered steel is used to maximise resistance to corrosion. The tapered and slightly conical points plus a polished body ensure the best penetration into fabrics. The needle eyes are smooth with no snags and protect the thread from damage.