Wooden mending egg
Traditional wooden mending egg.
It measures 7 cm high and about 14 cm in diameter in its most belly.
L'oeuf est offert dans un petit sac de coton bio servant à le ranger en toute sécurité.
A mending egg is very useful for, for example, mending socks or a small hole in the sleeve of a sweater. The darn egg helps you to locate the hole and to correctly stretch the part to be repaired. Depending on the nature of the fabric you will be mending, use Laine Saint-Pierre For woollen fabrics, use cotton thread for lighter fabrics. In principle, long needles should be used for darnishing, see our sewing needles.