A Detailed Description Of The Gold And Silver Thread Embroidery Method

- Jun 27, 2018-

The important issues that need to be considered are the brand, delivery system, tension and embroidery needles of the gold and silver wires. Not all brands of gold and silver threads are the same. Even so, they look very similar. The cover of the high-quality gold-silver wire is very clear to help the thread to pass through and keep it from slipping and defaced. It has the strength of nylon thread, rice paper structure and good toughness. The gold and silver wires should be placed so that they can be smoothly released from one end.


The important issues that need to be considered are the brand, delivery system, tension and embroidery needles of the gold and silver wires. Not all brands of gold and silver threads are the same. Even so, they look very similar. The cover of the high-quality gold-silver wire is very clear to help the thread to pass through and keep it from slipping and defaced. It has the strength of nylon thread, rice paper structure and good toughness. The gold and silver wires should be placed so that they can be smoothly released from one end. If you get out of the top, you will add one twist at a time, causing it to become entangled, broken, or clumped. On home machines, you should use a vertical line pin. If you use a large mass, you should buy a "King" adapter for loading your vertical pins. On many home embroidery machines, you don't have to change the preset tension, but there are some brand machines, especially the POEM brand, whose tension is not set for 40 wt. embroidery threads. If you are unsure, you should test it at the beginning of this page and carefully adjust the tension as needed.


If you want, you can skip the last embroidery thread guide or tension disc, especially if you just adjust a color line. The main purpose of the tension disc is to establish a workable tension between point A (line pipe) to point B (fabric). If you skip a point it won't hurt the machine. The embroidery needle used should be able to hold the gold and silver wires you use. An alloy pin whose model number is 90/14 has a deep groove, a large pin hole, and Teflon coated on the eye. It is an ideal gold and silver thread embroidery needle.


If you need a ball-point embroidery needle to sew a knitted fabric, or if you don't have an alloy needle on your hand, you can use a 90/14-ball head needle, or use a quilting needle with a large needle eye.


If you decide to use titanium alloy needles, be sure to note that they are stronger, but if they do not break under external forces, they will bend, and when they come back, they will damage your machine.