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WAWAK Perform-X Poly Wrapped Poly Core Thread - Tex 24 - 6,000 yds. - Black

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$4.65 - $5.19
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Threads for finest sewers and designers.

Poly covered polyester thread provide a smooth seam and tends to be more elastic and prevent thread breakage. Great for outerwear, leather garments, casual wear and work wear. Available in a variety of colors. Please note: actual colors may vary from picture due to computer setting variances.

Features

  • All purpose thread
  • Use on all types of material
  • Use where extra strength and give are needed
  • Great for outerwear, leather garments, casual wear and work wear
  • Tex 24

Product Specifications

Brand: Perform-X
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 6,000 yds.
Material: Polyester
Would it make sense on a 4-thread serger to use the core thread in the 2 needles and the spun thread in the loopers?
NINA F.
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Hello, it shouldn't be a problem either way. You could use the core thread in the needles or the loopers we are told, same for the spun thread. Thanks for your question.
Lisa P.
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Would this thread be a good choice for vinyl handbags or would a heavier thread be better? Thanks!
Anonymous
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Hi, this thread may be too thin/weak for vinyl handbags. I would recommend a stronger thread like a Tex 40. (Stock #: PWC101*). Thanks for the question!
Joseph D.
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Thank you very much!
Denise H.
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Is this thread low lint/dust or lint-free, and if not, which threads would fit that requirement?
SARA P.
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Yes, polyester thread in general has less of a chance for lint/dust than say cotton thread.
Joseph D.
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What do the numbers after tex represent?
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"Tex" is a unit of measuring thread. It is the weight in grams of 1000 meters of thread. The higher the tex, the thicker the thread.
Lisa P.
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I want to buy an all purpose thread for my sewing machine. Most of what I sew are dresses for my daughter out of woven cotton fabrics. Would this be a good choice for me?
Ainsley B.
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A tex 24 poly wrapped/ poly core is recommended for that that application. This would work!
Lisa P.
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Is this serging thread? Or can it be used on a sewing machine for garment construction? Thank you.
Silvia A.
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Most "serging threads" are a spun polyester. Spun polyester thread doesn't have a core, so it's not as strong and is generally used with a few other strands of spun polyester thread. This thread has a poly core, so it's a bit stronger. That being said, you could use it in a serger, if you wanted to, but it's generally not necessary.
Lisa P.
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