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Cotton/Polyester Thread - Tex 40 - 6,000 yds. - Army Green

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Threads for finest sewers and designers.

Cotton covered polyester thread has the feel of cotton with the strength and elasticity of polyester. Available in a variety of colors and sizes. Please note: actual colors may vary from picture due to computer setting variances.

Features

  • General purpose thread
  • Cotton covered polyester
  • Feel of cotton with the strength and elasticity of polyester
  • Available in a variety of colors
  • Available in a variety of sizes
  • Tex 40 and Made in the U.S.A.

Product Specifications

Brand: WAWAK
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 6,000 yds.
Material: Cotton/Polyester
Where is Wawak thread manufactured? Specifically your 40 wt cotton/polyester? Thank You.
Teena M.
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That thread in particular is made in the US.
Lisa P.
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I’m confused about the Tex number. Does 40 break easier?
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The higher the tex, the heavier/ thicker the thread. A tex 40 is considered a medium weight thread.
Lisa P.
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What is the percentage of polyester/cotton mix in our OTD1?
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Per the manufacturer, there is 72% Polyester to 28% Cotton.
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What is Spun Polyester thread? How is it different from Core Polyester Thread?
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Spun polyester is made up of thousands of filaments of polyester. Core polyester or poly/poly has a center “core” made of poly, with an additional wrapping of polyester around it. Spun polyester is not as strong as core polyester.
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What would be the best way to handle thread that is knotting when used in a sewing machine?
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It is recommended to switch to a thinner thread or use a larger needle.
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October 27, 2020
The right color & quick shipping!

My first order with Wawak arrived very quickly. The color of the thread matches the color on my Iphone exactly. Thanks!

JULIA J.
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Lisa P.
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December 31, 2019
I LOVE this thread!

I have a Baby Lock Intrepid BMT6 machine. Recently I wanted to embroider cotton Battenberg lace to go around (and on) a table topper. I started out using another well known brand of 40 wt cotton to create the lace, but when it was all completed I felt a little disappointed. Although it looked beautiful, I felt it was a bit too fragile in areas and worried my heirloom topper might not stay held together over time. Then I thought about this cotton/polyester thread. So I used this thread in both the upper and bobbin to create lace for a second topper. (I used a [Brother] bobbin winder to wind extra bobbins with this thread). The thread/lace shrank very little (if any) when I rinsed the stabilizer out. My lace topper looks beautiful! I would also like to add that this thread is exceptionally strong! It took a little effort for me to break it with my hands. I've since ordered other colors in this thread. I used a 75/11 titanium needle with this thread. Hope this helps!

DEBRA A. M.
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