Connecting Threads 100% Cotton Thread Sets - 1200 Yard Spools (Salt & Pepper)
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- Satin Finish--Double Mercerized for a stronger, more lustrous finish
- Extra-long staple cotton, which produces a smoother thread with less lint
- 100% Cotton
- Size 50/3, 1200 yard spools
- Fits standard sewing machine spindles
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Set includes 5 spools: Black, Stone, Silver, White, & Grey
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This is decent thread. There have been odd spools that have joins in the thread a couple hundred feet into the spool, but overall, it is smooth and fairly lint-free. Fairly evenly spun and durable. Not a lot of slubs or kinks, if any at all.
I am using it by hand mostly with beeswax and a small #10 needle.
It is *just* thick enough that it can be hard to get trough the eye of a small needle without waxing it and cutting the leading tip at a sharp angle.
It isn't a great picture, but I think you can see what is going on comparing the threads in the pic I posted. From left to right you have Coats & Clark mercerized cotton thread, then the middle is this Connecting Threads, and the right is Mettler's silk-finish mercerized cotton. This thread is much smoother, if not as tightly spun as the Coats, but not quite as thick and smooth as the Mettler. It is a little smoother than the Coats thread.