Nylon Sewing Thread


Monocord nylon sewing thread construction is ideal for high-speed multi-directional sewing.

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Coats Monobond is a multifilament monocord

nylon sewing thread

for twin-needle and high speed multi-directional sewing.

High-speed, multi-directional sewing creates thread rotation, causing traditional plied threads to untwist and fray. Coats Monobond unique, single-ply construction eliminates ply untwisting problems. A single ply of multifilament nylon is lightly bonded at its point of contact, just enough to form a cohesive element without stiffening the product.

Its proprietary bond chemistry, special ‘tower bonding’ application process, and unique oval cross section combined to produce a wide range of Coats Monobond threads. Coats Monobond needle threads and fine denier bobbins are unsurpassed in quality and performance for twin-needle and high speed multi-directional sewing.

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Features and Benefits

  • Nylon monocord construction is ideal for high-speed multi-directional sewing
  • Seams lie flatter to seam surface providing more resistance to external abrasion
  • High creep resistance reduces seam pucker around stitch corners
  • Parallelised nylon fibres reflect ‘ordered’ light, so colours blend better
  • Coats Monobond has no ridges, unlike twisted thread surfaces, this resulting in less wear and tear of sewing machine parts
  • The complete thread ‘system’ for multi-directional sewing provides a wellbalanced combination of special needle threads and downsized bobbins in graded length pack outs for optimum productivity and high-quality sewing


Since conditions and applications vary considerably in the use of the thread and yarn, Coats and its distributors can make no guarantee of results. These recommendations are given in good faith but without warranty or liability on the company or its employees. The thread and yarn user should assure herself or himself by preliminarily testing that the thread and yarn is suitable for the end use intended. Technical information listed above is based on current averages and should be taken only as indicative.