What is the diameter of size 10 crochet thread?

What is the difference between size 8 and size 10 crochet thread?

The key to understanding thread size is that the larger the number the thinner the thread. For example: Size 3 is much larger than size 30. Conversely, size 10 is thinner than size 8 and so on.

What is the difference between size 10 and 20 crochet thread?

Size 20 crochet thread is slightly thinner than size 10. Even though size 20 is smaller, you can still observe knots and stitches with relative ease. Because the difference between the two sizes is minimal, you can use size 20 interchangeably with size 10 crochet thread without affecting the pattern drastically.

What size thread is used for tatting?

Size 80 is considered to be a “true” tatting thread size and is very fine. The other larger size threads are referred to as “crochet cotton” or “crochet thread.”

How do you read sewing thread size?

The larger the number, the finer the thread (a 50/2 will be thinner than a 30/2). The second number indicates the number of strands, or plies, twisted together. It is obvious that a 50/3 is heavier than a 50/2 because it has three strands of a size 50 thread twisted together and the 50/2 has only two.

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