Freaks Kevlar® Sewing Thread

Prices are restricted to registered users

Quick overview

These Kevlar® sewing threads are incredibly strong and flame resistant (up to 425°C). They are ideal for sewing kevlar® fabrics and wicks for those who need to produce their own specialist equipment etc. These threads are used in racing car driver suits, furnace and blast equipment clothes, fire-fighter protective wear, oven gloves (!) and of course fire juggling equipment etc.

These threads are suitable for either hand sewing or sewing machines but note that the thicker threads may not be suitable for some domestic machines. They are not waxed and they are not suitable for unravelling to produce magicians’ thread. The higher the Tex number, the thicker the thread. Tex-40 is equivalent to most ‘normal’ thread widths.
Please read the Fire Safety Information prior to making your purchase. It is important to us that customers understand how to use their prop safely and properly manage the risks involved in fire performance.

Prices are restricted to registered users

The products and services of Juggling Wholesale are available to registered customers, who are looking to purchase our products in quantity. If you think you may be eligible for an account then head to the Account Application page to get started.

SKU FIR-147
Brand Freaks
RRP £4.99
Weight 0.05kg


These Kevlar® sewing threads are incredibly strong and flame resistant (up to 425°C). They are ideal for sewing kevlar® fabrics and wicks for those who need to produce their own specialist equipment etc. These threads are used in racing car driver suits, furnace and blast equipment clothes, fire-fighter protective wear, oven gloves (!) and of course fire juggling equipment etc.

These threads are suitable for either hand sewing or sewing machines but note that the thicker threads may not be suitable for some domestic machines. They are not waxed and they are not suitable for unravelling to produce magicians’ thread. The higher the Tex number, the thicker the thread. Tex-40 is equivalent to most ‘normal’ thread widths.

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