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Does Superior have an embroidery thread?

Posted: 29 October 2015 at 6 a.m.

YES!  We love embroidery as much as you and offer several threadlines to choose from!

We have several trilobal polyester threads which offer incredible strength and shine.  Magnifico, Fantastico and  Twist are high-strength polyester embroidery threads which add great dimension and depth to any design.  If you embroider with earth tones, we recommend Nature Colors or Living Colors. 

Need more sparkle?  You’ll love our Metallic thread.  See how easily and beautifully it stitches here:

Looking for something flashier?  Try our flat, hologram thread, Glitter

Glitter Thread is Pretty

Once you’ve found the right sparkle and shade for your design, don’t forget your bobbins!  We LOVE our prewound bobbins.  They save us so much time and energy and eliminate the frustration associated with  frequent bobbin changes.  Our prewounds are available in the three most common sizes: Class 15, L-style, and M-style.  Check out our Bobbin Headquarters page to learn all about Superior’s prewounds.  

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  • 3. Janet (20 May 2017 at 10:57 a.m.)

    When I first bought my embroidery machine, I would stitch a few stitches and the thread would fray and shred. I was so frustrated I hated that machine. But, as usual, it wasn't the machine. I bought the top stitch needles. It was a miracle. No fraying and no shredding. I can embroider a complete item without a problem. Use quality supplies and have quality embroidery. I will always buy your needles.
  • 2. Celeste @ Superior Threads (09 November 2015 at 9:12 a.m.)

    Sally - most embroidery threads are 40 wt threads. If that feels too thick for your project, you may consider a thinner thread like our 60 wt polyester thread, Bottom Line.
  • 1. Sally S. (09 November 2015 at 9:07 a.m.)

    When doing machine embroidery I find in doing free standing lace (FSL) my item is often too thick i.e., ornaments. Is there a thinner thread to use?

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