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By Malcolm Crawshay, Home of Poi
A collection of items you may not have in your home tool box.

Hex Key or Allen Key?

4mm keys are almost exactly the same size as 5/32" which makes them the preferred size for products requiring self-assembly.

So no matter which one you have it will still do it's job perfectly.

Our Hex key fits
  • HoP Hula Hoop Fire Spokes
  • Mattress or Curved Sewing Needle?

    This is the needle we include in our DIY kits. Strong stainless steel needle with a smooth eye to prevent thread damage.

    How do you use a curved needle?

    Unlike a straight needle it is important to note that when pushing the curved needle through many layers of Kevlar® that you push in the direction of the curve entering the fabric. Failing to do so can bend the needle too much and cause it to break prematurely.

    How can i get a better grip on a curved needle?

    Thimbles are small rubber socks that fit over the end of your finger. They are available in many sizes from book stores and craft shops. Using one on the finger pushing the needle can help a lot. They are also used by people counting money, turning pages in books and flicking through paper records. Great for those that get dry finger tips and loose their grip.


    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    22nd November, 2023

    Sewing Needle
    "Bought 2 sewing needles, the hole is abit small so i'm having a hard time threading the needle because the wick thread opens up into several pieces, but the size of the needle is great."
    Johanne, USA.   [Verified Buyer]
    GOLD Member since Oct 2014

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    24th July, 2020

    Strong needle
    "Finally a sewing needle that does not brake"
    Winkler, New Zealand.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since Apr 2019

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    8th July, 2020

    The only needle needed for sewing my fan heads together.
    "The strength, shape and durability of this needle is just what one needs to easily and properly sew kevlar thread, specifically for my fan wicks. I usually wear tight fitting gloves( like baseball gloves) and a thimble since pulling the thread through hurtd my bare hands, and pushing the needle through the tough kevlar material can become painful( esp with my soft massage therapist hands lol) with out the thimble. This is my 4th needle Ive purchased (since I keep losing them and pretty cheap). I havent found a product that compares to effectiveness and dexterity of this needle. qill buy again for sure!"
    Saanendoll, USA.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since Dec 2011

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    6th January, 2019

    Kevlar Needle
    "Purchased this curved needle for sewing kevlar onto my fire fan. It came packaged in a business card so as to not puncture anything it came in. It works very well and is flexible but sturdy"
    Monicafaj, USA.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since May 2017

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    11th October, 2018

    Kevlar Needle
    "Exactly as described. I put my first wicks on with these!"
    Squigglymc, Canada.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since Dec 2016

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    11th October, 2018

    Great product
    "Amazing quality"
    Stonerchri, USA.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since May 2018

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    2nd July, 2018

    Perfect for making your own fire tools
    "Try to use the needle with ease otherwise it can easily break."
    Pokorna, Netherlands.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since Nov 2017

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    11th April, 2018

    "Strong needle gets the job done!"
    Henriksen, USA.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since Jan 2018

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    27th November, 2017

    "This was proven to be very helpful! Thank you."
    Amanda, USA.   [Verified Buyer]
    BRONZE Member since Nov 2017

    Single Curved Sewing Needle  
    26th October, 2017

    Best needle for sewing wicks
    "I always add one of these to my wick material orders. They work so much better than straight needles for sewing wicks on my fans. I usually use gloves to get a better grip, but have broken one of the needles before by trying to push it too hard."
    Stephanie, USA.   [Verified Buyer]
    SILVER Member since May 2015