Clover
Clover
Clover

Clover's history dates all the way back to 1925 founded by Mr. Toshio Okada at the age of 26 and quality has always been at the forefront of our company's core.

Our name originated when a young Toshio Okada while attending college would study in the park and use clovers to bookmark his pages. When Mr. Okada founded the company he remembered the hard work and dedication it took to succeed in his studies and all the clovers stuck between the pages of his books that accompanied him through his journey. In 1948 Clover officially became the brand. Clover began as a wholesale company of needles and handicraft accessories. Soon after, Clover became a manufacturing company, with the use of machinery designed to capture the vision of the engineers to create the wonderful tools we know and love today.

In 1983, Clover USA was established in Los Angeles. Clover USA was given the name-Clover Needlecraft Inc. selling Takumi Knitting Needles. Later, the US line grew to patchwork quilting tools and sewing notions. With the support of our parent company, Clover USA has become a substantial brand in the artisan world of North America.

We value the bonds we keep with our customers and to make the difference in the tools our customers use. We want to thank our customers who are fans of our products and our hope is that they make their friends fans of us too.

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  • Threading is easy with one insertion port from thin needles to thick needles! You can insert both thin and thick needles into one place and thread them with the push of one button. Threading is possible for most clover sewing needles (0.51 to 0.89 mm thick dope needles) for sewing and patchwork. (Clover needles include all types of sewing needles, quilting needles, piecing needles, and patchwork needles.)
RM72.50
  • A set of 20 pieces of 6 types that are often used for sewing.
  • Set in a convenient case that can be organized by type and application. Each pocket has a lid, making it easy to put in and take out the needle.
  • Contents: 6 types, 20 pieces, Meriken needle No.6 for slightly thick fabric / Ball point 3 size for knit fabric / Cotton needle No.3 for thick fabric / Silk needle No.2 for thin fabric / Gas needle No.8 for ordinary ground Silk needle for thin fabric No.8
  • Packing Size 63 × 95 × 7mm
RM32.00

Simply place the thread at the top of notch of the needle and then by pulling it down; the thread will go through the eye of the needle. 5 needles per package.

Sizes inluded:

For Shear/Light Weight Fabrics

  • Short (0.64mm x 34.9mm) 1pc
  • Long (0.64mm x 42.5mm) 1pc

For Coarse/Heavy Weight Fabrics

  • Short (0.71mm x 36.5mm) 1pc
  • Medium (0.76mm x 38mm) 1pc
  • Long (0.89mm x 42.5mm) 1pc

*Please do not pull thread down below the top eye

Material: Steel

RM17.40

Sharp needle tip enables smooth insertion into fabric.

Sizes include

  • 0.84mm x 50.8mm (2pcs)
  • 0.99mm x 44.5mm (2pcs)
  • 0.91mm x 42.9mm (2pcs)
  • 0.89mm x 34.9mm (2pcs)

Materials: Steel

RM17.10

Needles sharp tip enables for a smooth insertion into fabric. 

Sizes include

  • 1.14mm x 69.8mm (1pc)
  • 1.14mm x 60.3 mm (1pc)
  • 1.07mm x 57.2mm (1pc)

Material: Steel

 

PROJECT SHEETS
RM18.90

A set of 4 needles commonly used for Hawaiian Quilting

  • For Basting (0.69mm x 46.8mm) 2pcs
  • For Applique (0.46mm x 28.8mm) 2pcs
  • For Quilting (0.53mm x 27.0mm) 2pcs
  • For Quilting (0.51mm x 22.7mm) 2pcs

Material: Steel

RM19.20
  • The tooth tips are round, and you can mark it without damaging the paper pattern or chacopies.
  • Standard type with a focus on functionality. It is used when copying a pattern on fabric using a clover copy (paper chaco).
  • Package size: 40 x 187 x 17 mm
RM25.60
  • Easy-to-grasp tip shape.
  • Even small parts that cannot be removed with your fingertips can be removed cleanly.
  • Package size: 34 x 110 x 8 mm
RM23.50

Clover 2300 - 

Quickly string your beads with the Swift Bead. Great to use for crochet and knitting wih beads. Add beaded fringe to your projects, and embellish with beads. 

Characteristics

  • Needle length: 3 in/75mm
  • Suitable beads: 15/0-11/0 (round beads, cylinder beads, etc.)
  • Handle with care 
  • 2pcs/package

Instructions

  1. Put a string through the needle
  2. Move the needle up and down
  3. Pull string through the beads 

Caution: Pulling out beads from the needle tip may damage the needle

Material: Stainless Steel

RM34.10

Small pins excellent for appliqué work with only 2 cm (3/4") length.

3/4" pins great for small applique work. Comes in a handy reclosable case. Measurement: 0.6mm x 3/4"(20mm) 150 pins in a case.

Materials

  • Needle: Steel
  • Head: Polyester
  • Case: Polypropylene
RM23.50

The needle head is small and the tip is sharp. the head is made of iron-proof glass making it heat resistant. Comes in a handy reclosable case. 100 pins per case.

Measurement: 0.5mm x 36mm.

Materials

  • Needle: Steel
  • Head: Glass
  • Case: Polypropylene
RM32.00

Long and thin needles, specially made to string beads and pearls. Can be used for ribbon embroidery. 4 needles/package

Sizes included

  • No. 10 (0.41 x 54.6mm): 2pcs
  • No. 13 (0.41 x 48.5mm): 2pcs

Materials: Steel

RM8.40

Short with very large eyes used for: stitching coarse material with thick yarn and ribbon. Chenille work or ribbon embroidery. 6 needles per package.

Available in 4 sizes

  1. No. 18 (1.24 x 48.5mm)- Art. No 234/18
  2. No. 20 (1.07 x 45.5mm)- Art. No 234/20
  3. No. 22 (0.89 x 40.0mm)- Art. No 234/22
  4. No. 24 (0.76 x 37.0mm)- Art. No 234/24

Material: Steel

RM8.40

Short with very large eyes used for: stitching coarse material with thick yarn and ribbon. Chenille work or ribbon embroidery. 6 needles per package.

Available in 4 sizes

  1. No. 18 (1.24 x 48.5mm)-Art. No 234/18
  2. No. 20 (1.07 x 45.5mm)-Art. No 234/20
  3. No. 22 (0.89 x 40.0mm)-Art. No 234/22
  4. No. 24 (0.76 x 37.0mm)-Art. No 234/24

Material: Steel

RM8.40

Short with very large eyes used for: stitching coarse material with thick yarn and ribbon. Chenille work or ribbon embroidery. 6 needles per package.

Available in 4 sizes

  1. No. 18 (1.24 x 48.5mm)-Art. No 234/18
  2. No. 20 (1.07 x 45.5mm)-Art. No 234/20
  3. No. 22 (0.89 x 40.0mm)-Art. No 234/22
  4. No. 24 (0.76 x 37.0mm)-Art. No 234/24

Material: Steel

RM8.40

Short with very large eyes used for: stitching coarse material with thick yarn and ribbon. Chenille work or ribbon embroidery. 6 needles per package.

Available in 4 sizes

  1. No. 18 (1.24 x 48.5mm)-Art. No 234/18
  2. No. 20 (1.07 x 45.5mm)-Art. No 234/20
  3. No. 22 (0.89 x 40.0mm)-Art. No 234/22
  4. No. 24 (0.76 x 37.0mm)-Art. No 234/24

Material: Steel

RM8.40

Embroidery or crewel needles have extra large eyes for strands of cotton or ribbon embroidery thread. Mainly used for either cotton or ribbon embroidery. 16 needles per package.

Sizes include

  • No. 3 (0.99 x 44.5mm) 2 pcs
  • No. 4 (0.91x 42.99mm) 2 pcs
  • No. 5 (0.84 x 41.3mm) 2 pcs
  • No. 6 (076 x 39.7mm) 2 pcs
  • No. 7 (0.69 x 38.1mm) 2 pcs
  • No. 8 (0.61 x 36.5mm) 3 pcs
  • No. 9 (0.53 x 34.9mm) 3 pcs

Material: Steel

RM8.90

Long needles with round eyes used for: bonnet and hat making, pleating, ribbon, embroidery, and embellishing decorations. 

Sizes include

  • No. 3 (0.99mm x 55.6mm) 2pcs
  • No. 5 (0.84mm x 50.8mm) 4pcs
  • No. 7 (0.69mm x 46.8mm) 4pcs
  • No. 9 (0.53mm x 42.9mm) 6pcs

Material: Steel

RM8.90

Features

  • Elasticity of a needle: Hard type
  • An extra fine needle for beautiful stitches

Available in

  • No. 10 (0.46mm x 33.3mm)

Material: Steel

RM8.90