Item No. 0056321

Photo of Singer Polyester Thread, All Purpose, Black 1 spool

Singer Polyester Thread, All Purpose, Black 1 spool


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Singer has been a trusted name in the industry for over a century and its simple, quality products like Singer Polyester Thread are their staple. This spool is wound with 150 yards of black thread that is colorfast and washable — perfect for when you have a repair, hem or pattern that requires hand or machine sewing.

Features & Benefits:

  • Iron-on patches are ideal for mending
  • Reinforcing and decorating many different applications
  • No steam required
  • Washable and super sealing for mending and decorating shirts, jean skirts and jackets
  • Use dry iron only
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Height 3.71 inches
Width 2.45 inches
Depth 1.53 inches
PackageHeight 2.5 inches
PackageWidth 4 inches
PackageDepth 1.5 inches
Unit Price $2.29 per EACH (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 1
Depth 1.53
Width 2.45
Height 3.71
Material/Finish Fabric
Model 91
Indications Patches repair & decorating shirts, jeans, skirts, jackets and more
Country of Manufacture China
Low heat use dry iron only - no steam. Washable & super sealing for mending & decorating shirts, jeans, skirts, jackets. Not recommended for use on nylon, or rayon, or fabrics made of monofilament (non-fibrous strand) polyesters. Note: when cutting smaller patches, be sure to round corners. Note: always launder garment before patching. Patches: heavyweight patches - repair work clothes, jeans. Softweight patches repair knitwear, cotton, linens and double knits. 1. Preheat iron at wool setting for 5 minutes. 2. Heat fabric where patch is to be applied by running iron over the area. Iron this area smooth. 3. Place patch adhesive side down on area to be mended. 4. Press firmly and evenly for 45 seconds, 20-25 seconds for soft knits. Repeat pressing around all edges to make sure they adhere well. 5. Wait until patch is cool so that seal becomes permanent. Test for tightness by trying to lift edge. If necessary, press again.