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Glide Thread - Sterling (450.10877) King Spool (40wt 5468yd)

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Glide Thread - Sterling (450.10877) King Spool (40wt 5468yd)

  • 100% Trilobal Polyester
  • King-Spool (5000m/5468yd)
  • Perfect for machine quilting, longarm quilting or machine embroidery.
  • Trying to match colors? Pick up a Glide Thread Color Card today!

Why choose Glide?

Superior Sheen

  • Glide has special technology that captures beautiful luster within the fibers of a colorfast polyester. It's absolutely gorgeous.

Consistent

  • Maintains consistent tension throughout each and every spool. That means you will have high quality stitch formations, less thread breaks, and fewer machine stops.

Coverage

  • Superior coverage for all your sewing applications. Uniform & complete coverage (fill) provides a unique look. The thread appears to melt into the fabric.

Strength

  • Customers rely on the superior strength of Glide in fast-paced production environments. Stronger thread translates into fewer thread breaks & less machine downtime.

Lint Free

  • Glide runs virtually lint-free through your machine’s needle & tensioners.
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DW
01/12/2022
Diane W.
Canada Canada

Glide Thread - Sterling colour

This is a favourite colour for piecing. The lubricant on the thread is perfect for chain piecing because the thread feeds smoothly.

BL
02/05/2019
Brenda L.
United States

Excellent.

I love the glide Thread. The service and attention I received was second to none. Terrific , well informed and attended to my need for some advice like I was making a huge purchase not just thread. How could I call Glide Thread “just thread”