Torzal thread


Dreamer, today we will show you the features of the torzal thread. Check the complete info to know more about.

The torzal thread is a strong thread composed of two or three smaller threads or strands twisted together.

You can use it for various purposes, as for binding small parcels, making nets…etc.

Let’s know more about it!

  1. It’s a thicker thread than the common one.

This thread it’s ideal for sewing garments that require resistance in seams, such as jeans, making buttonholes, or gluing buttons and zippers that will have continuous wear.

It’s so hard that you can use it even in jeans fabric.

The torzal thread is used to produce or confect any garment independently of the stitch you use.

To sew with it in your domestic sewing machine...

You must fill your bobbin with a thread of average thickness for the bottom seam and use your spool of torzal thread for the upper thread.

  • We recommend using a larger gauge needle so that the twin thread passes well through the eye.

    3. You should also check your sewing machine’s tension and increase the stitch length.

  • With these tips, your projects will inevitably be impeccable with this super thread.

There are different types of threads for different kind of fabrics or garments.

The magic of this is that depending on the decision you take and the combinations you made, the result will be complete different.

This thread is also ideal for decorative stitches and topstitches.

It’s soft and flexible, with excellent quality and resistance!

So, don’t hesitate more and try a sewing project with this fantastic thread by applying these tips for excellent results.

Here we leave you the link where you can find a wide variety of threads, including the torzal thread.

We hope you enjoy this post and consider the information in your following sewing project!

See you in another post! Bye for now!

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