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  • Leather Shoes

    Leather Shoes

    Choosing the right sewing thread for leather shoes is crucial for ensuring the durability and quality of the final product. 

    Material: Opt for a thread that is specifically designed for sewing leather or heavy fabrics. Nylon and polyester threads are often recommended due to their strength, durability, and resistance to abrasion. They also provide some level of elasticity, which is important for leather materials that can flex and move.

    Thread Size: The thread size refers to the thickness or diameter of the thread. For leather shoes, a thicker thread is generally preferred, as it provides more strength and can withstand the tension and stress that leather can put on seams. Look for threads labeled with a higher denier (thickness measurement) or a thicker thread size number.

  • Fabric Shoes

    Fabric Shoes

    Selecting the appropriate sewing thread for fabric shoes is essential to achieve a sturdy and visually appealing result. Unlike leather, fabric shoes have their own considerations due to the lighter and more flexible nature of the material.

    Material: For fabric shoes, you can use a variety of thread materials, such as polyester, cotton, or a blend of both. Polyester threads are commonly recommended due to their strength, durability, and resistance to abrasion. Cotton threads are suitable for lightweight fabrics but might not be as durable as polyester threads.

    Thread Size: The thread size you choose depends on the thickness of the fabric and the shoe design. Generally, a medium-weight thread is suitable for most fabric shoes. Choose a thread that complements the fabric's weight and texture while ensuring it's not too thick to overwhelm the material.