*Box of 4 1lb. cones of Techsew Premium Bonded (high abrasion resistance) Nylon Thread. Choose 4 spools for any combination of the following:

69: black, white, tan, dark brown
92: black, white, natural off white, tan, dark brown, light brown
138: black, white, tan, dark brown, light brown
207: black, white, tan, natural off-white, dark brown
277: black, white, tan

Excellent abrasion resistance and high tensile strength. Ideal for horse tack, leather work, footwear, upholstery, luggage, handbags, bookbinding, technical textiles and more.

Bonded or lubricated thread is less likely to fray for the best possible stitch results.

Size & Yardage
#69: 6000 yds
#90: 4200 yds
#135: 3050 yds
#210: 2000 yds
#270: 1500 yds

  • 100% Bonded Nylon - Exceptional resistance to abrasion, mildew, rot and many other adverse exposures, i.e. chemicals and sunlight
  • Highly Durable
  • Controlled Stretch Processing

    Note Needle size is important to consider when using heavier thread

    Needle & Thread Size Compatibility Chart for Industrial Sewing Machines(.PDF)


    Here is a video that Ralph with lotathings.com made in hopes that it will help you when sewing with #69 upholstery thread (on portable oscillator hook sewing machines which have more thread clearances underneath for heavier threads.)
Common Thread Uses:

415 Thread with a Size 250 Needle
  • Commonly used in rated products like logging, mining, and military nylon webbing and strapping.

    346 Thread with a Size 230/250 Needle
  • Commonly used for mule and other heavy duty tack. Also used in boot and shoe applications.

    277 Thread with a Size 200 Needle, or Size 25 to 27
  • Is the most commonly used thread size in leather crafting from saddle and tack, boot and shoe, gun and knife, and all other kinds of craft and industrial applications.

    207 Thread with a Size 180/200 Needle
  • A favorite size thread for saddle bags, purses, and other thin material crafting.

    138 Thread with a 160 Needle
  • Used mostly in belts, billfolds, purses and other thin material crafting.

    99 Thread with a 130 Needle and 69 Thread with a 110 Needle
  • Is seldom used in leather applications unless the stitch is not to be a major part of the final design. This combination is more commonly used in fabric, vinyl, and other thin material applications.

    Note: Your bobbin thread tension will require readjustment when using smaller thread diameters, such as 69 or 99, in the bobbin.
Other Images

icon Black 16oz (1 lb) is Available in Sizes 69, 90, 135, 210, and 270.

icon White 16oz (1 lb) is available in sizes 69, 90, 135, 210, and 270.

icon Dark Brown 16oz (1 lb.) is available in Sizes 90, 135, and 210