Machine embroidery threads are different from sewing machine threads. They come in different fiber types and thread thicknesses. Here are 7 types you can use on an embroidery machine!
Thanks to its gorgeous, lustrous, and reflective sheen, rayon machine embroidery thread is a longtime favorite of embroidery enthusiasts.
Polyester embroidery thread is becoming more popular as time passes. It has a beautiful sheen and luster and a wide color range as well.
Cotton embroidery thread is formed from natural fibers. Most cotton embroidery threads have a matte finish rather than the glossy sheen seen with rayon or polyester.
While metallic threads produce a shiny, fantastic finished product, they are notoriously tricky to embroider with.
Variegated embroidery machine threads are made from two or more colors in a variable pattern.
When you turn off the light, these threads glow in the dark!
Expose this thread to the sun, and it changes colors!