Tips for Embroidery with Metallic Threads

Machine Embroidery Tips: Using Metallic Thread

Have you ever tried to use metallic thread for machine embroidery and it just keeps breaking over and over and OVER???  Me too!!!  Sooooo, I looked up some tips and I’m posting them here for your review.  I want to be sure to give credit where it’s due so, want to let you know I found this info on a site called:

Let’s Get Sewing!

Jenny Gabriel – alter ego: StitchinJenny

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Brad Porterfield is the owner of Humble Sewing Center. He's been in the sewing machine and vacuum business since the late 70’s. In the early days, Brad started from the ground up in sales, service, and repair as an employee of a sewing machine store in Arkansas. He eventually became a factory trained technician for all brands including: Elna, Viking, Brother, Singer, Bernina, Janome, and Babylock. Brad later decided to venture out into retail and has successfully owned and operated a number of prosperous sewing machine stores including Meyerland Sewing Center. He purchased Humble Sewing Center in 1997 from the original owner, Bob Crain. Brad remains committed to quality and premium customer service. Humble Sewing Center continues to serve the Houston, Humble, Kingwood, and Atascocita areas, and we look forward to seeing you soon.

7 thoughts on “Tips for Embroidery with Metallic Threads

    1. Jenny Gabriel

      Thanks for visiting the blog! I’m thinking Anna recommends trying the freezer as a way to counter-act the heat created from the friction of the speedy machine embroidery….

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  2. Chris

    Hi I too love to use metallic thread I have found that the nicest thread is from superior threads also using a table thread holder and making sure you have enough slack will give you the results your looking for Happy Threadingj

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