Stitching Twine

For some stitching or sewing projects, a standard thread isn’t going to do the job. It may not be strong enough for the work at hand, or it might not have the aesthetic features desired. Either way, consider stitching twine as a viable alternative. SEACO is the sole importer of premium Italian Ruby® stitching twine in North America. This high-quality flax-based twine delivers outstanding natural beauty along with reliable strength.

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Stitching Twine

Highest quality premium Flax based twine. Used in furniture manufacturing & repair. Also used in Fireworks manufacturing.

 

Color(s)SizeLengthPackCase/Spool WeightStrength*Part#
Natural-Tan1/2# Ball690ft.10854#N/AITA 960

Seaco Industries is the sole importer of Italian Ruby® Twine in North America.

Stitching Twine Applications

  • Furniture making. The great feel and natural look of stitching twine make it an obvious choice for many furniture projects. 
  • Furniture repair. If you need to repair a damaged piece of quality furniture, having this type of flax twine on hand may make the job much easier. 
  • Fireworks manufacturing. This stitching twine is often used by fireworks manufacturers to “spike” shells, which increases the strength of the shell casing. This process allows the shell to withstand more pressure, resulting in a bigger BOOM.

Benefits of Stitching Twine

  • Natural beauty. There is no substitute for the natural beauty and great feel of Italian Ruby® flax stitching twine. If you care about the look and feel of your finished project, you can’t go wrong with this option.
  • Excellent strength. The use of flax and the way the twine is twisted together leads to an impressively strong product despite its small diameter. 
  • Easy to tie. Flax twine feels great in your hands and naturally grips itself when formed into a knot. These characteristics make it a pleasure to work with when knots are required.