Sewing Thread

While boasting a rich history, Mood’s online selection of Sewing Threads is always on trend! From cotton and upholstery sewing threads to elastic and metallic threads, explore our unbeatable options!

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  1. Item #: 112218 315 Cornflower 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  2. Item #: 112221 041 Silver 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  3. Item #: 112222 247 Purple 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  4. Item #: 112227 483 Petral 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  5. Item #: 112219 400 Lime 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  6. Item #: 112223 624 Oleander 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  7. Item #: 112226 036 Copper 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  8. Item #: 112229 571 Helio 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  9. Item #: 114429 235 Aqua 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  10. Item #: 112220 024 Gold 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  11. Item #: 112224 071 Multi 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  12. Item #: 112225 143 Iris 50m Gutermann Metallic Effect Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $3.39 $2.71  / Each
  13. Item #: 102819 111 Clear 150m Gutermann Fusible Thread

    Designer: Gutermann

    $9.49 $7.59  / Each
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When it comes to sewing thread, ancient Egyptians clearly knew a thing or two about potential when they discovered it more that 5000 years ago. Spun from plant fibers and the wool and hair from domestic animals, sewing thread took its first form around 3000 BC. A few years later, after collaborating with the Phoenicians, they developed the used berries and plant matter to produced colored thread. By the Middle Ages, with vast improvements in shipping, wool production, and trade, several types of sewing threads were in high demand throughout Asia and Europe. By the end of the Industrial Revolution, the production of thread accounted for about 10 percent of American factories. Today, up to 95 percent of all factory-produced thread is used in commercial and industrial sewing made from cotton thread, Silk Thread, Polyester Thread, and with today's technology advancing we now have Recycled Polyester Thread.

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