How to choose embroidery machine embroidery accessories?


 As you can imagine, how can an embroidery thread meet […]

 As you can imagine, how can an embroidery thread meet different embroidery applications? You need to know that the embroidery thread is an important element that affects the color of the pattern. The variety of colors can make the pattern a lot of colors. On the contrary, the wrong choice will make the embroidery effect less than ideal.
Embroidery thread
Polyester Yarn
The characteristics of polyester yarn are resistant to chemical substances and frequent washing, which reduces the discoloration and discoloration of clothes. Therefore, hotel uniforms, stone blue jeans, sportswear or children's clothing are made of polyester yarn.
Relatively speaking, polyester yarn is tougher than rayon. When embroidering, the machine runs at high speed, and the polyester yarn with high toughness can withstand a large pulling force; and its fire resistance is extremely high, even if the clothes are close to the flame, it is not easy to touch the fire.
The quality of polyester yarn is not more stable than rayon, but it is more elastic. You can cut a rayon thread for testing, pull it hard, then relax. You find that the embroidery thread does not shrink. On the contrary, once pulled, the polyester yarn will return to its original length and thus have the opportunity to cause wrinkles. Therefore, in terms of online tension adjustment, it needs to be more accurate.
The properties of rayon and polyester threads are similar, and the former has the advantage of more color choices. In addition, as mentioned above, the stability of the rayon is also higher than that of the polyester yarn, and even if it is pulled by the machine frame, it does not shrink significantly, but it is easy to touch the fire and is not suitable for frequent washing.
metallic line
The characteristic of the wire is that the outer layer of the wire is covered with a metal film, and the inner layer is composed of rayon or polyester yarn. Due to the surface gloss of the thread, the designer can create a brilliant embroidering effect; however, at the same time, it also has a negative impact on embroidery. Because during embroidery, the embroidery needle, the embroidery thread and the cloth are often rubbed together to generate heat. At this time, the young hair of the embroidery thread plays a role, and the heat is carried away by the embroidery needle, while the surface of the wire does not have the hair. The heat of the embroidery needle still exists, so that the metal film is dissolved by heat, and even causes disconnection.
Wool thread
The wool thread is thicker than the general embroidery thread and is a different type of embroidery thread. It is most commonly used in towel embroidery, rope embroidery and chain stitching. It is especially beautiful on knitted fabrics, especially for girls knitwear, soft embroidery effect, and more aesthetics of handicrafts. Due to its thick texture, it is necessary to use a thicker needle. The 100 or 110 needle is suitable, but it should be considered whether it can match the fabric. In addition, the thread tension should be relatively loose, allowing enough space for the embroidery thread to move.
Lining paper
The underlay is a layer of material laid under the fabric to stabilize the stitching and improve the smoothness of the embroidery. For example, leather embroidery, the paper lining has a lubricating effect.
Face lining
In the case of embroidered special fabrics, such as terry cloth, velvet, blanket or velvet, because the surface is full of long hair, the yarn is easy to flex, plus a layer of plain, in order to prevent the embroidery thread from being entangled. Corduroy is another type of fabric whose surface is not smooth. At first glance, the pattern is like a missing needle. Actually, it is not the case that the pit pattern of the cloth causes the stitching to sag, so it is necessary to add the above.
Cut out
The cut-off is usually used as a backing, and after the embroidery is completed, the remaining part can be cut off.
It is a kind of paper that is thinner than the simple one. After embroidery, you can tear off the excess.
Water soluble cloth
Water-soluble cloth is most commonly used in terry cloth and flannel, used as a face lining to prevent wool. The practice is to remove the excess part by hand and then wash it with water to completely dissolve all the water-soluble cloth. In addition, some high-priced products will be water-soluble cloth as a backing or face lining to improve product quality.
Hot melt
The use is roughly the same as water-soluble cloth, except that the hot melt is dissolved by heat, such as a roller-type hot press or an iron, which will never affect the pattern or leave any lining.