Embroidery can make all the difference – enhancing a product and giving it a personal touch. The threads used are not just a means to an end – depending on their quality, they can be an important design element. Diverse, high-precision embroidery techniques are also becoming increasingly important in technical areas, where they fulfil numerous functions. As extensive the range of applications, as high the demands on the colour and quality of the threads. Creativity and productivity are given free rein with our range of AMMAN embroidery threads.
Brilliant & fashionable
Classic embroidery enchants us with its creativity and colour, and sets fashion trends. As well as its brilliant appearance, classic embroidery also demands the best characteristics in use. Extreme colourfastness and wash resistance, good chemical and mechanical resistance and perfect embroidering performance are essential.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: Isacord
Metallic embroidery and metallic details create special highlights. They look classy and emphasise a very particular style, and are essential for embroidered uniforms, nautical fashion or insignia.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: Isamet
Filigree & monograms
Embroidered lettering for monograms, labels or strips of labels has to be worked delicately and finely. The smallest sizes of less than 4 millimeters are fashionable. They require an extremely fine embroidery thread which can also accurately produce the smallest symbol. The same applies to the details and contours of creative embroidery.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: Serafil fine
Coarse decorative embroidery
Embroidery can also be used on heavy fabrics like leather or in the automotive sector. For these application it is important to use a coarse embroidery thread.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: Serafil
Glow-in-the-dark threads make embroidery a real eye catcher. They go in and out of fashion, as a highlight for special applications.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: Isa Texlight
Technical & functional
Technical embroidery offers high potential for innovation and is becoming more and more important. Challenging functional tasks can be solved through its high precision and absolute reproducibility, and it offers customised solutions such as those used for sewing fibre-reinforced composites.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: Silver-tech
The bobbin thread is frequently overlooked, yet it is so important for all machine embroidery. Along with sufficient strength, a fine ticket is required in order to achieve highest running length and thus maximum economy.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: Isa and Isabob
Embroidery on garment dyeing must be capable of being dyed together with the fabric. The classic solution is embroidery threads made of cotton. These display the same capacity for being dyed as cotton fabrics.
Our embroidery thread recommendation: MercifilGD
Embroidery threads for industrial embroidery
AMANN offers a complete range of embroidery threads for industrial embroidery. This includes among others high-quality embroidery yarns for brilliant and fashionable embroidery, for matt embroidery, as well as for metallic embroidery.
Embroidery threads for filigree embroidery and monograms
Moreover, the AMANN range for embroidery threads and yarns comprises extremely fine embroidery yarns for filigree embroidery and monograms, special embroidery threads for coarse decorative embroidery and embroidery threads for glow-in-the-dark embroidery.
Embroidery threads for technical & functional embroidery
Embroidery threads and embroidery yarns are also used in the field of technical textiles. Among others, special embroidery yarns for technical and functional embroidery are used for composites or for embroidery that requires flame-retardant or self-extinguishing properties.
Bobbin threads and threads for dyeable embroidery
In the field of machine embroidery, embroidery threads and yarns are also commonly used as underthreads or bobbin threads. For this purpose, AMANN offers suitable solutions, as well as for dyeable embroidery (garment dyeing) that gets dyed together with the fabric.