Can you sew vinyl on a regular sewing machine?
Depending on how thick the vinyl is and how many layers you want to sew, a household sewing machine might not be able to handle this material. Every sewing machine has its limitations. But if the material is thin and you are just sewing 2 layers, you can sew vinyl with a regular machine.
What thread do you use for marine vinyl?
We recommend using a a V-69 or V-92 or BT-92 bonded UV polyester thread.
Do I need a special needle to sew vinyl?
Generally you can stitch through vinyl with a universal needle. However, if you are using a heavier weight of vinyl I would recommend using a wedge point needle or a needle meant for working with leather fabric. This will help ensure even stitching and eliminate any puckers or thread breakage. Hope this helps!
What kind of thread do you use for boat upholstery?
We recommend using a UV treated polyester thread for outdoor cushions and upholstery, sails, outdoor canvas covers, boat covers, awnings, tents and tarps.
What size needle do I need to sew vinyl?
Since Vinyl is a heavier weight fabric, you’ll want a needle designed to manage additional thickness without breaking. Before starting your next project, prep your sewing machine with a Leather or Denim needle size 90/14. You could even use a Denim Twin Needle for perfectly symmetrical stitches.
Can you use nylon thread in a sewing machine?
Woolly Nylon is marketed for sergers but works beautifully with sewing machines as well. It comes in a wide variety of colours & brands. … Using a combination of these thread types – Polyester thread for the upper thread & Woolly Nylon for the lower or bobbin thread – provides “give” to sewn areas.
What weight is dual duty thread?
Strong and strong smooth Dual Duty XP All Purpose Thread sews beautifully on all machines. 100% polyester covered polyester. 35 weight, 2 ply.