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FLGLM1LT Threads - Glide & Isacord - Trilobal Poly - 40 Wt LIGHT TAN 24655 MINI eQuilter
Glide Trilobal Polyester Thread - 40 Wt MINI Spool - Light Tan

eQuilter Glide Trilobal Polyester Thread - 40 Wt MINI Spool - Light Tan

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1100 Yard Mini Spool - 40 Wt - Color #24655

Glide Trilobal Polyester is crafted from high-tenacity filament thread and utilizes special technology to capture a beautiful luster that compliments every project it is used in. With Advanced Trilobal Technology it will maintain consistent tension throughout each & every spool. The results are high quality, consistent stitch formation, less thread breaks & fewer machine stops. Glide runs clean through your domestic sewing machines, Longarm machines and Sergers and is virtually lint-free. Glide 40wt trilobal polyester thread, mini spool (1100 yds), Light Tan.

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