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    Just got email from Threadart - they are having a sale this week only; on all their threads.

    http://www.threadart.com/shop/category.aspx?catid=175

    Has any one used poly thread for machine embroidery? were the results as good as a rayon thread.

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    Thanks for the heads up! I spent my allowance all at once here. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleone
    Just got email from Threadart - they are having a sale this week only; on all their threads.

    http://www.threadart.com/shop/category.aspx?catid=175

    Has any one used poly thread for machine embroidery? were the results as good as a rayon thread.
    I have used poly thread for machine embroidery. It works just as nice as rayon. in a pinch I have even mixed them and no one can tell the difference. I use threadart embroidery threads A LOT. I usually prefer rayon but only because it will take the heat of an iron or dryer better. some people say their machines are fussy. I find as long as I'm careful with replacing the needles, using the right right size/type needle, and all the other normal embroidery care I have no problems. The threadart thread (rayon and poly)works as well for me as the more expensive threads.

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    I have used poly thread for machine embroidery. It works just as nice as rayon. in a pinch I have even mixed them and no one can tell the difference. I use threadart embroidery threads A LOT. I usually prefer rayon but only because it will take the heat of an iron or dryer better. some people say their machines are fussy. I find as long as I'm careful with replacing the needles, using the right right size/type needle, and all the other normal embroidery care I have no problems. The threadart thread (rayon and poly)works as well for me as the more expensive threads.[/quote]

    Thank you for the information. Think I will give it a try. Dar

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    I can only use the poly thread on my Brother embroidery machine. Whenever I use Rayon it breaks and shreds on me. LOVE poly thread

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    Just a note let you know... you may not want to use their Rayon thread. I tried to use it in both my Viking and my Pfaff embroidery machines and it shredded and actually got caught inside my machine. I have alot of it and can not use it. If someone wants it, let me know. I love their poly thread, and I have also used their cotton thread with no trouble. Just something to think about...

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    I like the polythread better!

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