The four outside curves are perforated with a darning-needle.
There was a silence as she paused with the darning-needle in the air.
And the darning-needle kept her proud bearing and did not lose her good-temper.
A devil's darning-needle came and buzzed for an instant on the bow of the skiff.
Her day's work ended when she could no longer see her darning-needle.
As it shone so brightly the darning-needle spoke to it, introducing herself as a breastpin.
There was once a darning-needle who thought herself so fine that she believed she was an embroidery-needle.
"There goes an eggshell sailing along," said the boys; and they stuck the darning-needle into the shell.
I saw many of them; possessed one; and believe them to be made with something in the form of a darning-needle.
He was nearly six feet already, with a long thin body and head, which amply justified his school nickname of 'the darning-needle.'