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Today, we had uploaded the new project sheet “Pom Pom Monkey”.

You can make lovely monkey with our Pom-Pom Maker and our felting tools.

We have 3 types of “Needle Felting Tool” and all of them come with very fine needle(s).

Art No. 8902 Single Needle Felting Tool

For small items and details.

Art No. 8901 Pen Style Needle Felting Tool - 3 needles.

For speeding up the early stage of felting.

Art No. 8905 Needle Felting Tool, up to 5 needles.

To tackle a large project.

For the project sheet of Pom-Pom Monkey, 2 of them, Art No. 8902 Single Needle Felting Tool and Art No. 8901 Pen Style Needle Felting Tool are used.

Here is the testimonials from the designer Sachiyo Ishii who made “Pom Pom Monkey” for us.

She refers to our tools of Art No. 8902 Single Needle Felting Tool and Art No. 8901 Pen Style Needle Felting Tool and the needle itself inside the each tool.


I have searched high and low for quality felting needles through online specialist.

Felting needles come in different size and shape; the larger the needle number the finer the needle.

The most commonly used are #36 to #40 range, triangular or star point.

I like to use fine needle because it does not leave holes after punching with it.


Clover Fine Weight Needles do not come with gauge number on the package but apparently, it is #40, triangular.

As for the Heavy Weight Needles, they seem to be equivalent to #36 and these two cover most needs.

My favourite is Fine Weight.

It is an all-rounder which works well from an early stage of felting to finishing up details.


Fine needles have fewer barbs but Clover Fine Weight Needles has 6 barbs, 2 on each edge.

It is a delight to use this product. It goes in the fleece very smoothly and leaves no marks.

I have used needles with same gauge and shape in the past but never felt as comfortable as this one.

There is more to the descriptions for felting needles.

Triple needles (Pen Style it is called) are another amazing tool.

I had to ask myself where I have been all this time!

When you are using multiple needles, you feel more resistance, however, this product has the same very fine #40 needles bundled up closely together.

This tool speeds up your felting tremendously.

I have been felting for years but I have never come across as an exciting tool as this one.

I heavily rely on the triple needles now and cannot think of living without them!

The holder prevents needle(s) from breakage, make you feel safer and easy on your hand.

I used to use a single needle without a handle but since the switch to the Pen Style, I noticed that I am more aware of working with a sharp tool.

I haven’t pricked myself since the switch.


Try Clover’s innovative felting tools.

You may discover something new even if you are a veteran felter!


We received the beautiful book "12 Months of Crochet with RedAgape" from Belgium.

The book is released this month.

The author of this book is MANDY O’SULLIVAN.

Her works of crochet are so beautiful!

The book is very stylish and also very kind to understand how to make.

You can find many step by step pictures to follow.

We are very happy to know she uses our crochet hooks and tools in her book.

Now, you can try to make something with our crochet hooks!

You can find many free project sheets on our web site.


Are you familiar with Clover’s scissors?

We have an array of quality scissors that will help enhance the fun you already have while sewing and quilting.

Clover has a collection of Patchwork Scissors (available in four sizes) and Bordeaux Ultimate Scissors by Nancy Zieman which are the ones we will be breaking down here.

Ultimate Bordeaux Scissors by Nancy Zieman were created with an innovative technique that ensures a fine cut and unsurpassed durability.

They have an easy grip, require little pressure to give cuts with ultimate precision.

Their soft touch, ergonomic handle minimizes fatigue which is ideal for extended use.

They are created for ambidextrous use which makes them perfect for both righties and lefties.

Blades are made from a stainless steel blade and a genuine leather protective sheath is provided with each pair of scissors.

Keep these scissors next to your sewing machine for all quick cutting needs.

The scissors feel great in your hand, cut fabric with ease, and are available in three sizes.


Art No. 4940  Bordeaux Ultimate Scissors 130

  • 13 cm L overall size
  • 4 cm L blade
  • 1.8 cm W x 3.7 cm L finger hole openings
  • Genuine leather storage sheath included


Art No. 4941 Bordeaux Ultimate Scissors 170

  • 17 cm L overall size
  • 7 cm L blades
  • 1.8 cm W x 3.7 cm L finger hole openings
  • Genuine leather storage sheath included


Art No. 4942 Bordeaux Ultimate Shears 200

  • 20 cm L overall size
  • 7.7 cm L blades
  • 2.5 cm W x 2.8 cm L thumbhole, 1.7 cm W x 5.8 cm L fingers hole
  • Genuine leather storage sheath included

Clover offers two types of "HERA";

the patchwork model (Art. No. 490/NV)

and the appliqué model (Art. No. 4002).

The kimono has been used as both everyday and celebratory clothing since ancient times.

Today too, it is used as celebratory clothing on a variety of occasions.

The kimono has some cotton included in it, but most of the garment is made from silk material.

A kimono is not only decorated by hand, it also uses myriad colors, has woven scenes, and always features an elegant, intricate pattern.

Its tailoring is also done very carefully, and requires highly refined technique.

The "HERA" is a tool that has long been used to mark the fabric during the creation of a kimono.

Rather than using pigment of chalk to mark the fabric, a mark that shines is created using pressure from a hera.

To invent a tool that leaves a mark, yet does no damage to the fabric, is certainly a testament to ancient wisdom.

Clover has arranged the "HERA" to be useful in a wide range of ways, including sewing, patchwork, and quilting.

Art. No. 490/NV "HERA" MARKER

Art. No. 490/NV is convenient for use in marking seams.

Made from urea resin, the hera has an easy-to-hold handle, and its shape makes applying pressure a breeze.

In addition, because the portion that is marked is thinner, it is very convenient when marking thin lines.

Using the hera is harmless to fabric, and leaves no fold.

The hera is used by pressing it to leave a mark in the desired location.

Two tricks are to leave a space for straight lines, and to make curves by making several small indentations.


Art. No. 4002 creates beautiful curves, making it a wonderful tool for seams in appliqué.

Its thin tip and ideal "HERA" shape allows it to turn perfectly for appliqué and reverse appliqué marking.

The Clover "HERA" is an indispensable item for quilting.