Our Groz-Beckert Longarm Needles are specifically made for multi-directional use, which is exactly what longarm machines need. Multi-directional design means more accurate stitching while moving the machine in any direction. Extra strength allows maximum flexibility and bending. The deep scarf prevents skipped stitches, less puckering, and less thread breakage. (The 'MR' style designates the needle as Multi-directional, also called a Specialty Application Needle or SAN)

  • FFG is a considered a "light ball" and not a regular ball point. FFG is suitable for woven cotton fabrics. Groz-Beckert makes only FFG points in the titanium-coated SAN 11 needles.

  • R point needles are considered 'rounded sharps' and are suitable for woven fabrics. Currently, the R point is not available with titanium-coating in the preferred SAN 11 style.

What Our Customers Say About Us

Bottom line--absolutely top performer, especially in the bobbin. It sews much thinner than it measures-not sure if I said that correctly.  This shell binding treatment is a vintage treatment that requires a thin thread for the finishing.  I had to use a heavier thread because the binding was made from a fabric I hand dyed.  Hand dyes are a different kind of beast and can quickly turn a borderline badly behaving thread into a monster.  Bottom line was a perfect choice because it is super strong but appears thinner than its stated weight and sewed through the heavy hand dye like it as air.