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Metallic Thread Selection Chart

Metallic Thread Selection Chart

Which Kreinik thread works best in Cross Stitch? Which Kreinik thread can you use in a sewing machine? These questions and more "which thread do I use" answered below:

CROSS STITCH:
• Blending Filament (use by itself or combined with other thread like cotton embroidery floss)
• Cord (backstitching, couching)
• Very Fine #4 (on 16- and 18-count Aida or over two threads on 28-, 32-count linens)
• Fine #8 (on 14-count Aida, or over two threads on 28-count)
• Tapestry #12 Braid (12-count fabrics)
• Medium #16 Braid (11-count fabrics)
• 1/16" Ribbon (10- to 11-count fabrics)
• 1/8" Ribbon (6- to 8-count fabrics)
• Cross stitching on unusual materials, like pegboard, screens, etc? Go up to one of our larger Braids, such as Medium #16 Braid, Canvas #24 Braid, or Heavy #32 Braid); the larger the Braid number, the heavier the thread.
 
SAMPLERS:
• Cord (backstitching, couching)
• Very Fine #4 Braid (over two threads on 28-, 32-, 36-count linens)
• Fine #8 Braid (over two threads on 28-count linens)
• Cable (long stitches and specialty stitches)
• 1/16" Ribbon (woven stitches)
 
NEEDLEPOINT:
• Blending Filament (if blending with other fibers) (also can be used on 40-count silk gauze)
• Cord (backstitching, couching)
• Cable (3-ply twist for specialty stitches on any canvas)
• Very Fine #4 Braid (blending on any canvas)
• Fine #8 Braid (18-, 24-count)
• Tapestery #12 Braid (18-, 14-count)
• Medium #16 Braid (14-, 13-count)
• Canvas#24 Braid (13-, 12-count)
• Heavy #32 Braid (12-, 10-count)
• Couched: Petite Facets, Facets, Micro Ice Chenille, 3/8” Trim, Wired Braid, Japan Threads
• Ribbons: 1/16” (24-, 18-count canvas); 1/8” (14-, 13-count); 1/4” (12-, 10-count), Easter Grass (any canvas)
 
HAND EMBROIDERY: 
• Stitch in and out of the fabric: Cord (for very fine details), Very Fine #4 Braid, Fine #8 Braid
• Couch for surface embellishment: Medium #16 Braid, Canvas #24 Braid, Heavy #32 Braid, 3/8" Trim, Facets, Petite Facets, Micro Ice Chenille
• Ribbon embroidery stitches: 1/16" Ribbon, 1/8" Ribbon, 1/4" Ribbon, Easter Grass
 
MACHINE EMBROIDERY:
• In the needle: Gimp, Fine Twist, Fashion Twist, Fine Silver Metalized Gimp, Cord, Japan #1
• In the bobbin: Ombre, Braids, Fine Twist, Fashion Twist, Gimp, Silver Metalized Gimp, Cord
• Couched: Facets, Petite Facets, Micro Ice Chenille, Ribbons, Braids, 3/8” Trim, Cable, Japan #5, 7
 
CROCHET AND KNITTING:
• Carry-along: Blending Filament, Ombre, Twist, Reflective
 
WEAVING:
• Warp: Ombre, Ribbons (basic colors), Braids (basic colors)
• Weft: Micro Ice Chenille, Ombre, Ribbons and Braids (any color)
 
TEMARI:
• Fine #8 Braid
• Tapestry #12 Braid
• Japan thread
• 1/16" Ribbon
 
SASHIKO:
• Very Fine #4 Braid
• Fine #8 Braid
• Tapestry #12 Braid
• 1/16" Ribbon
 
SWEDISH WEAVING:
• Very Fine #4 Braid
• Fine #8 Braid
• 1/16" Ribbon
• 1/8" Ribbon
 
CARD MAKING, SCRAPBOOKING:
• Stitching on paper: Cord, Very Fine #4 Braid, Fine #8 Braid
• Ribbons: 1/16" Ribbon, 1/8" Ribbon
 
PUNCHNEEDLE:
• Blending Filament (#1 needle)
• Very Fine #4 Braid (#1 and #3 needles)
• Fine #8 Braid (#3 needle)
 
PLASTIC CANVAS:
• Medium #16 Braid (14 count)
• Canvas #24 Braid (10-count)
• Heavy #32 Braid (7 count)
• 1/8" Ribbon (7-10 count)
 
MIXED MEDIA, CRAFTS, STRING ART, OTHER FIBER ARTS:
• All fibers
SKU SKUKMTSC
 
Copper Canvas 6" x 6"
 
Conductive Fingertip Gloves
 
Rice Stitch
Copper Canvas 6" x 6"
 
Conductive Fingertip Gloves
 
Rice Stitch
$10.50
 
 
 
Queen Stitch
 
Beaded Halloween Card
 
Iron-on Summer Journal
Queen Stitch
 
Beaded Halloween Card
 
Iron-on Summer Journal
 
 
 
Spring Bling
 
Contempo Salt or Pepper Shaker
 
Acid-free Tissue Paper 6 Sheets
Spring Bling
 
Contempo Salt or Pepper Shaker
 
Acid-free Tissue Paper 6 Sheets
 
$10.00
 
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