|Release||23 June 2001 (Update)|
|High alch||0 coins|
|Low alch||0 coins|
|On death||Always kept outside Wild|
|Exchange||11 coins (info)|
|Examine||Used with a thread to make clothes.|
A needle is an item used along with thread to create armour out of several different materials (such as leather or dragonleather) through the Crafting skill. It can be bought in crafting stores and clothing stores, such as the one in Al Kharid. They can also be bought from Moon Clan Fine Clothes on Lunar Isle and Polypore Dungeon Supplies in the Polypore Dungeon. A needle can be stored on the tool belt.
Needles are stackable items, presumably because they are small, although normal usage does not require them to be. It is suggested to have more than 1 needle as they can break, though adding the needle to the tool belt avoids this problem.
A Dwarven army axe has the same effect as a needle.
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||98.9%|
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|Arnold's Eclectic Supplies||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|Bandit Duty Free||1||Coins||50||No|
|Carefree Crafting Stall||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|Dommik's Crafting Store||1||Coins||10||No|
|Fancy Clothes Store||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|General Store (Canifis)||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|Hamab's Crafting Emporium||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|Jack Oval's crafting Shop||1||Coins||10||No|
|Jamila's Craft Stall||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|Moon Clan Fine Clothes||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|Polypore Dungeon Supplies||1||Coins||2||Yes|
|Raetul and Co's Cloth Store||1||Coins||10||Yes|
|Rommik's Crafty Supplies||1||Coins||10||No|
|Thessalia's Fine Clothes||1||Coins||10||No|
|Thessalia's Fine Clothes (New Varrock)||1||Zemomark||10||Yes|
|Urist's Crafting Supplies||5||Coins||10||Yes|
|Urist's Crafting Supplies (New Varrock)||1||Zemomark||10||Yes|
- For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here.
|Baby impling||N/A (hunter)||1||Common|
|H.A.M. Guard||32; 44||1||Uncommon|
|Ice giant (Daemonheim)||37; 64; 86; 149||1||Rare|
Tricks and scamsEdit
In RuneScape Classic, needles had a highly-transparent appearance, thus it was possible to scam players by placing a stack of several-thousand needles next to a stack of 1000 or more coins to give the illusion that there were several million coins up for trade.