[Great Variety of Colors] SOLEDI Embroidery Threads offers a wide range of 150 colors choices for your crafts. Theses colors are quite similar to the spectrum of the RAINBOW. Basic color includes black, white, gray, red, blue, green, yellow, orange, purple, pink, brown, etc. Various sheen colors can easily satisfy your imagination.
[Made of Premium Quality Material] Each skein is 8 meters long and includes 6 strands/strings, easily to separate for different kinds of uses. Made of premium quality polyester cotton, which is more flexible and stronger when comparing to pure cotton.
[Complete accessories] Package comes with 10 sturdy Embroidery Needles, 12 Floss Robbins and 1 Needle-Threading, packed quite well and neat, easy to use and store.
[Wide range of applications] The Cross Stitch Floss can be used for making friendship bracelets, children's crafts, cross stitch projects, tassels, or any holiday decorations. For example, embroider your blouse or T-shirt with beautiful design.
[Intimate after-sales service] 100% hassle-free satisfaction guarantee and 24 hours customer e-mail service. 7-day money-back guarantee for any reason if you’re not satisfied with our product for any reason, simply send it( no damage or used) back for a replacement or full refund. If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us!
★★150 Embroidery Thread with a Free Set of Embroidery Tool★★
Length of every thread: 8.75yard
How many strands of each thread: 6
Color: 150 different fixed colors
Material: Polyester Cotton
10 * Embroidery Needles
1 * Needle-Threading Tool
12 * Floss Robbins
▶What the 150 Embroidery Thread can be used to make?
Our embroidery floss is made of 150 different beautiful colors, and can offer you a
larger selection in colors These Vibrant Colors can meet you to make all kinds of stitching and
craft projects. Like Embroidery, Cross Stitch , or making Clothing Decoration, Patches,
Friendship Bracelet, Tassels, Wall Ornament and so on. Waiting for you to try other possible.◕‿◕
▶ How to separate the thread? (we also have shown the steps of separating in picture 8 )
1, You cut the length of thread you’re going to use from the skein.
2, You grip the thread between your finger and thumb, leaving a little bit above your
gripping point. Holding the little piece of thread right at the neck, leaving a little head of
thread protruding( pat the little piece of protruding thread right at the top of the head,
his will separate the threads clearly from each other).
3, Grab one strand from the bunch. Even if you’re planning on stitching with two or three
strands, just grab one at a time. Otherwise, you may knot up your thread, and it’s a lot easier
to do this whole stripping thing three times than it is to fiddle around, try to
remove a knot.
4, Without letting go of the neck, pull the one strand straight out. You have to pull
it slowly. Now you’re ready to remove the next strand.