Madeira Polyneon #60 Weight Spools 1,640 yds - Color 1771
#60 weight polyester embroidery thread in Whipped Butterscotch.
Madeira's 100% polyester machine embroidery thread, Polyneon, is constructed of a specifically developed raw material, eliminating looping, puckering and virtually all thread breaks. Suitable for almost any application, Polyneon's unique formula makes this thread extremely durable and smooth running for high-speed embroidery machines. Vibrant colors are glossy, as well as resistant to chlorine bleach. Choose Madeira for the highest quality embroidery thread available.‚ Polyneon is the ideal polyester machine thread for embroidering on uniforms, safety garments and commercial linens.
Polyneon Family Specifications:
- Colors: 387 Solid Colors, 20 Multi-Colors and 24 Fluorescent Colors
- Digitization: Average 4.0 density‚
- Recommended Needle: #65/9 or #75/11
- Polyneon Puts Up Available: #40 5,500 yard cones or 1,100 yard spools, #60 1,640 yard spools
- Oeko-Tek‚®‚ certified to be free from harmful substances.
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Polyneon Polyester no. 60 weight embroidery thread is available in 1,640 yard spools. Madeira Polyneon Polyester no. 60 can be used anywhere fine detail or small lettering is required and for decorative sewing on delicate fabrics. ‚ Instructions for Use: Polyneon Polyester no. 60 or Polyneon no. 60 threads should be used when a design calls for small lettering or fine detail. Always use a #65 needle and increase density when sewing with 60 weight thread. When having a design digitized, always indicate which areas of the design will be sewn in 60 weight so that the digitizer can try to avoid having to use fill. Using a #65/9 needle, adjust your tension for the thinner thread. Where space and number of machines allow, you may want to prepare one machine head with the correct needle, set up for the thinner thread, so that you will not have to change back and forth. For best results, when embroidering on knitwear such as golf shirts, you will need a tone on tone fill stitch behind the 60 weight stitches. The smallest lettering achieved with 40 weight thread measures six to seven millimeters in height for block letters. The 60 weight thread allows block letters to be done as small as three millimeters in height. The finer thread weight of no. 60 will lend itself well to creating greater definition in lettering and monograms, reducing design size and clarifying small areas