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New Generation Sewing Solution

Poly Poly Core-spun (PPC)

Corespun threads are made by wrapping a staple polyester or cotton wrapper around a continuous filament bundle of polyester fibers during spinning, and then plying these yarns into a sewing thread. The continuous filament polyester core makes up approximately 60% of the thread construction.

 

Core spun threads are recommended for the most demanding sewing applications from sewing fine blouses that are susceptible to seam puckering ... to denim products that will be stone-washed or sand blasted.

 

Benefits of Using PPC:

  • Stronger than same size spun polyester threads
  • Superior sew ability on both manual and automatic machines with minimum interruptions - fewer restitched seams
  • Helps to Minimize Open-Seams and Seam Failures
  • Allows the use of smaller diameter thread to minimize Seam Puckering or Needle cutting
  • Helps to minimize broken and cut stitches after finishing.

Spun Polyester

Spun Polyester threads are made by spinning 100% polyester staple fibers into yarns and then plying these yarns into a sewing thread. Spun Polyester threads are normally made in two or three ply constructions depending on the yarn size.

Benefits of using Spun Polyester sewing threads:

  • Lower Initial Price
  • Readily available around the world
  • Low Shrinkage
  • Higher life expectancy
  • Greater Wash ability
  • Contains color-fast material that does not stain

Spun threads are used in everything from women’s lingerie to heavy leather gloves.

Textured Polyester (Synthetic Filament)

Yarns can be made of either filament or staple fibers. Filament fibers are those fibers that are long enough to be yarn by themselves, and are usually measured in yards or even miles.

Most filament fibers are synthetic fibers such as polyester. These fibers can be extruded from machines in infinite lengths. Silk is the only natural filament fiber since unraveled cocoons can yield up to 3000 yards of fiber.

Filament fibers can be monofilament, which is a single fiber, or they can be twisted together to form multifilament yarns.

This product has the advantage of producing color that is resistant to stretching, friction and chemicals.

The main applications of nylon filament yarn are innerwear, swimming wear, fishing net, sewing thread, magic tape and so on.

Textured threads are ideal for overedge, chainstitch, and coverstitch

Cotton Thread

All-cotton thread is the oldest type of thread available. It is made from long staple cotton that is processed, spun and treated via a chemical bath to give it its trademark sheen. Cotton thread comes in different weights for embroidery, quilting, sewing and carpets and buttons. Pure cotton thread can take dye and it is anti-static. Cotton thread is mostly used for heirloom stitching on everything from quilts to clothing.

Cotton Thread

Advantages of cotton

  • soft
  • durable
  • easily adjusts to changes in the fabric
  • available in various thread weights
  • easy care

Disadvantages

  • low sheen
  • not as strong as polyester (generally)
  • low-quality cotton is linty

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