Don’t overlook this
I’ve been asked to review both the 70 denier and the 140. I have experience with both, so I’ll lump them both into one review. I have a lot of experience with both, so here it goes. The number one complaint about this thread is that it frays. It does, but you can get by this problem easily. Two steps. Keep your hands AND fingers moisturized. This keeps ruff fingers from fraying the thread. 2nd, if you don’t need it flat, spin your bobbin clock wise to cord the thread up. This makes the thread stronger and less prone to fraying. Spin bobbin counter clock wise to uncord it before whip finishing. One last tip, DON’T NICK THE THREAD ON THE HOOK POINT!!! This thread wraps so flat because of its micro filament structure, which is why it is the best thread for Perdigon nymphs hands down.