The small corked carrying tube contains 4 needles.

Size - 1.14mm x 65.0mm  (0.045" x 2.55")

Kogin Embroidery is one of the needlework techniques that was developed in Tsugaru region of Japan. Kogin is a form of sashiko stitched as counted thread embroidery.  It can be stitched on Aida or Congress cloth, or other broad weave cotton or linen fabrics. 


The Tulip company of Hiroshima, Japan has been making sewing needles since 1948.  Well-known for their quality sewing needles, they now make some of the finest sashiko needles available. 

Made of nickel plated steel under strict guidelines with cutting edge technology, the needles are polished lengthwise to ensure smooth fabric piercing.  Milled to a perfect sharp, smooth tip, you'll love how smooth and slick these needles feel.