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Non-Roll Waistband Elastic - 12 yds. x 3/4" - Black

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Quality made sewing notions.

No-roll waistband elastic retains shape and stays flat when stretched. It is a quality elastic for use with all types of fabrics. This heavy-weight, shrink resistant no-roll waistband elastic is thicker and provides more support to heavier materials. It features a horizontal pull that stretches lengthwise. Used primarily on the waistband of men's and larger size pants. Washable and dry cleanable. Available in a variety of colors and sizes.

Features

  • For waistbands
  • Retains shape and stays flat when stretched
  • Heavy-weight and shrink resistant
  • Features a horizontal pull that stretches lengthwise
  • Washable and dry cleanable
  • Available in a variety of color and sizes
What is the best thread for sewing in elastic?
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Any thread with a polyester core/polyester cover or 100% polyester that has a high breaking strength is a good choice. If using a home machine, we suggest increasing the stitch density (more stitches per inch) to get the maximum stretch. The best application is a zig-zag stitch which puts in more thread per inch and has provides more give. When using an industrial machine, a cover stitch or flatlock machine is the best as this is 5 or 6 needle, hence more thread and more give. Another option is to make a casing or tunnel for the elastic to be threaded into, giving the gathered edge a chance to stretch only when the elastic is fully stretched.
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What is the tensile strength of our elastic?
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Tensile strength of elastic cannot be measured because most equipment can only measure solid items like thread, wire, etc. Because of the stretch properties of elastic these machines “bottom-out” before the elastic breaks.
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Do we carry “horizontal pull” elastic?
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Yes, all of our elastic is considered horizontal pull, meaning that is stretches lengthwise.
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What is the best thread for sewing in elastic?
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Any thread with a polyester core/polyester cover or 100% polyester that has a high breaking strength is a good choice. If using a home machine, we suggest increasing the stitch density (more stitches per inch) to get the maximum stretch. The best application is a zig-zag stitch which puts in more thread per inch and has provides more give. When using an industrial machine, a cover stitch or flatlock machine is the best as this is 5 or 6 needle, hence more thread and more give. Another option is to make a casing or tunnel for the elastic to be threaded into, giving the gathered edge a chance to stretch only when the elastic is fully stretched.
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Why would elastic shrink? And is there a way to prevent this?
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Elastic, even shrink resistant elastic can shrink. To help avoid shrinking, cut the elastic using a hot blade and sew the ends. Shrinking is a property of rubber. When elastic is made it is put on a bed and pulled through a roller, thus the elastic is under some pressure. By cutting the ends, the elastic doesn’t have that tension holding it in place and it will shrink back into itself
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