Polyester-Polyester/Cotton-Polyester Core Spun Sewing Thread
Core Spun Sewing Thread
Corespun threads are made by wrapping a staple polyester or cotton wrapper around a continuous filament bundle of polyester fibers during spinning and then plying these yarns into a sewing thread.
There are two types of corespun sewing thread. They are poly wrapped poly core and the cotton wrapped poly core
Normally it has counts as 12s/2, 20s/2, 28s/2, 29s/2, 36s/2, 40s/2, 45s/2, etc.
Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Annex 6 passed
The continuous filament polyester core makes up approximately 60% of the thread construction.
With 800 colors, it can match perfectly to the sewed fabric
It has outstanding sewability and creates a smoother, softer handle to the sewn seam when compared with conventional sewing threads, its strength also 15%-20% higher than conventional sewing threads.
Core spun threads are recommended for use on outdoor performance, sportswear, woven outerwear and fashion jackets, jeans, leather products, etc.