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MonoPoly Reduced-Sheen Clear 2,200 yd. Spool

MonoPoly Reduced-Sheen Clear 2,200 yd. Spool

MonoPoly Reduced-Sheen Smoke 2,200 yd. Spool

MonoPoly Reduced-Sheen Smoke 2,200 yd. Spool


These reduced-sheen monofilament polyester threads are the best choice for invisible thread. Unlike most monofilament threads, which are made from nylon, MonoPoly is 100% polyester. Commonly referred to as an 'invisible thread' due to its fineness and reduced sheen, MonoPoly is great for the either the bobbin or the top. Available in two colors, Smoke (for dark fabrics) and Clear (for light fabrics). MonoPoly is ideal for invisible appliqué and quilting when the stitching is not meant to be seen. MonoPoly is recommended over nylon monofilament threads, because unlike nylon thread, MonoPoly will not become brittle over time and will not discolor or yellow. It is dryer and iron safe on medium heat.

Frequently Asked Questions About MonoPoly

What are quilt notions?

Quilting notions are the tools and supplies you use to create a quilt.  These can include rotary cutters, rulers, mats, pins, marking tools, marking pens and other basic sewing items.

What materials do I need to get started with quilting?

To get started with quilting, you will need fabric, a rotary cutter, a cutting mat, quilting rulers, quilting pins, a sewing machine, and thread.

What needles do I use with MonoPoly thread?

We use a Schmetz Topstitch needle or a Schmetz Metallic needle. We also increase our stitch length and reduce the upper thread tension on our machines. We typically use an 80/12 when we use MonoPoly thread, but some people recommend using a 70 needle. Be sure to remember to NOT use the monopoly in the bobbin—only in the top of your machine!