Thread

Clare Rowley, has an extensive experience working as a consultant to the garment industry, manufacturer's have trusted her to setup formulas for sustainable garments. Teaching them to know which thread and needle that should be used in order to get that "repeat order" because the clothing they produce lasts consumers ask for more. You'll love knowing that her selection of threads are going to ensure you create items that will also last as long as the fabrics will sustain.


 Monofilament Thread

Invisible nylon thread liquefies at 500 degrees - Cotton Fabric burns at 250 degrees. It stretches so your stitches don't break when the fabric is stretched.

1200 Yard Mini-King spools
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Nylon Threads

You won’t find a smoother or finer thread anywhere. Each are made of 100% nylon, and will not melt under your iron unless you ignite your fabric on fire. Why? Because the melting point of nylon is higher than the buring point of cotton. Nylon threads are used by factories for sustainability, durability, stretch quality and because they are heat resistant. You'll find nylon thread used in car seats, boat seats, out-door furniture, bathing suits, lingerie, T shirts, Sweat Shirts and the list goes on. The stretchy quality of the thread makes it able to withstand the fabric stretching, ensuring the item you make will last as long as the fabric's life. 

Lingerie Thread

Invisible nylon thread liquefies at 500 degrees - Cotton Fabric burns at 250 degrees. It stretches so your stitches don't break when the fabric is stretched.
1200 Yard Mini-King spools

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 Mini-King Spools

Invisifil Mini-King Spools of 100wt polyester thread that stretches.

 2734 Yards

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 Wonderfil Invisifil Thread

Stitching in a ditch when you want subtle color. Top stitching. Edge Stitching. For scarfs. (tiny satinedges using Satinedge foot) Stippling, because the thread is so thin you can apply more stitches and line them up closer. One bobbin of this 100wt thread holds 70% more thread than 30wt cotton quilting thread. Wind less bobbins. Strong - behavior makes it a better choice over cotton on any garment or quilt that will ever be stretched. If you make a quilt to hang on the wall, it doesn't matter if the thread is strong, however when you place it on a bed, someone will sit on it - the bed will sink - the fabric will stretch - the thread will break unless it's strong enough to withstand the fiber's movement when stretched across the bias.

 

Starter Variety Mini-Packs

Invisifil polyester thread mini-pack 100 weight thread for many uses

10 packs each with 6 spools of varying colors

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