Skip to content
View The July Polyneon Thread Assortment Sale!
View The July Thread Assortment Sale
Best Tools For Embroidery Machine

Top 5 Best Machine Embroidery Supplies of 2020

Here is our list of the best embroidery supplies for your machine you can buy. These indispensable tools will help you get through your most difficult embroidery job with ease. Great for beginners and pros alike, you will find the following items to be handy additions to your sewing room or shop.

  1. Thread Tension Gauges remove the guessing and imprecise methods of setting thread tensions. Gauges are available that can adjust both bobbin case and upper tensions. These must have tools will provide precise measurements resulting in consistency in your embroidery. Top thread tension gauges work with all embroidery and quilting machines. Bobbin case gauges work only with machines that have removable bobbin cases.

  2. Laser Alignment Tools allow you to hoop square and precisely. PAL and Vivilux lasers work with any home or commercial hoop and make straight hooping simple and easy. Placement lasers are also the perfect tool to quickly locate the center of quilt blocks, pockets, plackets, bags and more. They can also be use to illuminate your sewing path.

  3. Madeira Embroidery Thread is hands down the best machine embroidery thread you can sew with. Both Polyneon Polyester & Classic Rayon threads are made in Germany to extremely high standards. High quality thread is one of the most important purchases you can make when you have an embroidery machine. Madeira thread runs smoothly at high speeds on both home and commercial machines. Their new soft touch CR Metallic thread makes embroidery with metallic simple.

  4. Needle Inserter and Threader Tool holds the needle steady so that it can be easily inserted and removed from the sewing/embroidery machine while the threader helps you thread needles quickly and easily. This inexpensive tool is the answer to all your threading nightmares and a valuable addition to your embroidery kit.

  5. Peggy's Stitch Erasers are never needed until you need it. Having one of these, is like having insurance. You don't really think about it until you need to use it, but having one is being prepared for mistakes. With it's specialized thread cutting blades, these stitch erasers can be used to remove stitches from embroidery and all types of stitch patterns without damage to the material.
Previous article How to Embroider On Leather
Next article Advice For Machine Embroidery Beginners: 6 Tips

Leave a comment

Comments must be approved before appearing

* Required fields