Cotton Wrapped Polyester Blend Jean/Top Stitch Thread - Tex 60 - 750 yds. - Beige

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Threads for finest sewers and designers.

This super strong Tex 60 thread is specifically designed for jean and top stitching. Material is made of a cotton wrap poly blend. Available in a variety of colors and sizes. Please note: actual color may vary from picture due to computer setting variances.

Features

• Designed specifically for jean and topstitching
• Available in a variety of colors
• Available in a variety of sizes
• Tex 60

Product Specifications

Brand: WAWAK
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 750 Yds., TEX 60
Material: Cotton Wrap Poly Blend

9 Questions / 9 Answers

What size needle should be used for this tex 60 cotton poly?
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Use a size 14-16 machine needle for a tex 60 thread.
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Will the Tex 60 start coming poly/poly like the Tex 80 small spools are now?
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No, the 60 tex will remain cotton/poly. We do offer the tex 80 in a cotton/poly 6000 yds and the tex 80 in a poly/poly but only in the 750 yard put ups.
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What is your opinion on using this thread with a double needle on a home sewing machine?
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This is a thicker thread, so if you were going to use it, the needle would have to be at least a #14 size twin needle.
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Which shade of gold would you say is the closest to the Coats shade of red-orange denim top-stitching thread? I like the color and would like to try your thread but am afraid of choosing a shade that is too yellow or too brown. Thank you for your time!
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Our Levi Gold (LVG) is the closest match to red-orange.
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I'd appreciate knowing where these 2 threads are manufactured. Tex 60 and Tex 80 poly wrapped poly and cotton wrapped poly. thanks.
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This thread is manufactured in the U.S.A.
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Can you use this thread with a coverstitch machine?
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We asked the Brother's technical department for the answer to your question. The short answer is “yes “ you can use a thicker thread In the cover stitch. It takes a little experimentation and depends a lot on how the thread feeds off the spool. It works better on the lower loopers but can definitely work in the third or top looper as a decorative feature. It is important to make sure the thread feeds at an even, unencumbered manner for the top looper. The tension will also need to be addressed. Turn it to a lesser number. And, in addition, lengthen the stitches. You might like to experiment and push the machine options. It takes a little determination to make it work.
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How much does 6000 yds of thread weigh?
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The spool plus the thread weighs 0.84 lbs.
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It is not recommended. Most people will use a heavyweight 100% polyester thread or a 69# bonded nylon thread, which is rot resistant and provides some elasticity.
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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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