Serger Thread from Superior Threads
Serger thread comes in many different types. Superior Threads has several types of serger thread which make great additions to your projects.
- The first type is a general serger thread. We recommend our So Fine thread and Tailor Made thread as serger thread for various reasons. You will pay a little bit more to use So Fine as a serger thread, but the benefits are substantial. So Fine makes a great serger thread because of its low lint. As a serger thread, So Fine is also strong. With 134 colors to choose from, So Fine is an excellent choice for serger thread. Tailor Made is also a great option for serger thread. Tailor Made is fairly strong, is smooth, and is available in 100 colors.
- Many people want a stretchy serger thread for their project. Our Polyarn thread or ProLock serger thread are perfect serger threads to use if you are looking for the stretchy, fluffy texture. Polyarn is a great product to replace “woollie-like” nylon products. Since Polyarn is a polyester thread, it has a higher temperature resistance, is colorfast, and doesn’t yellow over time, in comparison to nylon products. Polyarn thread is available in 36 colors and large quantities can be special-ordered in nearly any color. ProLock serger thread is a good option when higher strength is needed. ProLock serger thread is available in 60 colors.
- The third type of serger thread is decorative serging threads. Many people use our Halo thread as a decorative serger thread. Its metalized, textured polyester blend makes it colorfast and washer safe. This serger thread contains beautiful sparkle and adds a nice touch to serger projects. Due to the size of thread and its texture, Halo is not recommended as a needle serger thread. The thread will not pass through the eye of a needle.
Sewing on a serger allows for faster sewing, finishings on fleese & other delicate fabrics, and sewing on stretchy fabrics with ease. Sergers are wonderful tools when it comes to hemming clothes as well. The high-speed capability combined with blades for cutting excess fabric off blocks makes for a convenient and quick machine.