• 1.2D-20Dx51mm



This thread is specifically designed for sewing and Quilting, as the title suggests. It has a 20 denier gauge and a 51 mm width. It is made of viscose rayon, which is a natural renewable cellulose fiber. This thread is strong, has a lot of vitality, and is perfect for Quilting, clothing fabrics.


What is viscose rayon?


Viscose Rayon is a cellulosic plant material that is chemically modified to improve its physical properties. This treatment makes it softer and somewhat resistant to shrinkage, water absorption, moisture deformation and abrasion resistance. Viscose Rayon fibers are soluble in acetone and methylene chloride. It is one of the best-known materials for those with allergies or sensitivities to fabrics because it is processed without the addition of expensive additives such as some rayon viscose.


What do I use this thread for?


This thread is used for a variety of sewing and quilting projects. It is also used in clothing fabrics, hems and bindings, as well as other fabrics that are durable. Designers use this thread to create sewing items that are striking and accentuate the sewists' own creativity.


How strong is viscose rayon?


More Viscose Rayon threads are sold than any other fiber because of their durability and strength. The use of Quilting as a quilt binding is obvious. Still, it has applications useful to the home sewist or those who want a quality thread for sewing and general usage. Many people do not realize that viscose rayon is used where cotton would usually deteriorate on automobile upholstery, interior carpets, ceramics and other "dry" materials. The solubility, softness and pliability of these threads also make them ideal for creating decorative stitching along a skirt or dress clothing to hold down frills, insert eyelets or open button-holes, form pleats etc.



Spinning yarns are the long continuous lengths of interlocked fibers suitable for use in the production of textiles, sewing, crocheting, knitting, weaving, embroidery, and rope making.




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