Tackle Twill — 16.5″ Polyback Metallic Twill
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Black, Bronze, Red, Blue, Light Blue, Purple, Dusty Rose + Pearl
16.5″ Polyback Metallic Twill features a 1.5-Mil thermal adhesive backing that completely seals the metallized twill yarns and provides stability for cutting + sewing onto garments. Exciting look that’s perfect for highlighting appliques. NOTE: Can be heat pressed to hold the design in place. Must be sewn to prevent fraying.
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Formed in 1993 as a Division of Specialty Adhesive Film Co., our Mission has always been to provide the #1 Heat Transfer Products for the sports apparel industry. We have been awarded multiple U.S. patents (see About Us) for the methods and materials used to manufacture specialty films, fabrics and Hot-Melt Adhesives. We pledge to provide our clients with exceptional products and continued commitment to innovation, technology, and low prices. TwillUSA.com offers dozens of Heat Transfer Materials in hundreds of colors, plus $10.00 flat-rate shipping on orders delivered to CONUS.
Metallic Twill FAQs.
What Is Polyback Metallic Twill?
Metallic Twill is a woven fabric that utilizes metallic yarns to create a shiny applique material. We coat the 16.5" Polyback Metallic Twill with our proprietary hot-melt adhesive (P600 1.5-Mil Polyback) so that it can be cut easier, layered, re/positioned and heat-pressed. This material has a hardness specification on the upper end, which makes it much easier to achieve a clean cut. Clean cuts are are critical for embroidery machines that demand a precise edge to put a zigzag or satin stitch on the design.
Can This Product Be Layered?
Yes. It can be layered 2 or 3 layers thick with other applique materials for multicolor designs. We recommend a maximum of 3 layers as 4+ can be too thick to heat apply.
Is the Polyback Metallic Twill PVC-Free?
Polyback Metallic Twill and our proprietary Hot-Melt Adhesives are 100% free of Polyvinyl Chloride ("PVC"). PVC contains dangerous chemical additives that can be harmful to your child's health.
Can I Cut Polyback Metallic Twill On A Tabletop Plotter?
Metallic Twill fabric cuts clean on most desktop cutters, including Cricut and Silhouette Cameo. All forms of cutting work on Polyback Metallic Twill — laser, plotter, flat-bed plotter, die cutting and shearing. NOTE: May fray a bit when plotter-cut and heat pressed.
What Blade Should I Use To Cut Polyback Metallic Twill?
60° blades work best for cutting Polyback Metallic Twill. On some machines it's called the "thick" blade. Machines vary, but 120 grams of downforce is usually sufficient to get a clean cut.
Does Polyback Metallic Twill Feature An Adhesive Backing?
Polyback's thermal adhesive backing (P600 1.5-Mil Polyback) completely seals the twill yarns and provides stability for cutting + sewing on garments. Its polyester-based coating has no PVC and can be cut on plotters, dies, lasers, or even hand-cut. This adhesive system is available separately for coating materials other than Metallic Twill.
How Long Will The Polyback Metallic Twill Last On Garments?
We have tested this material up to 50 wash and dry cycles without fraying, cracking or peeling. Polyback Metallic Twill is sewn down onto garments, so it should last as long as the garment itself.
Will P600 1.5-Mil Polyback Adhesive Gum Up Sewing Needles?
Our proprietary Hot-Melt Adhesives feature a needle glide additive designed to sew without gumming. Sharp needles work better than ballpoint needles. HINT: Coating the needle with silicone also helps to promote a clean stitch. All manners of stitching work well, including zig zag, satin, bean, and lockstitch.
Can I Use Polyback Metallic Twill To Embroider Custom Patches?
Polyback Metallic Twill is not typically used for that purpose. Most patches are made from polyester Sports Twill (Tackle Twill).
How Is Polyback Metallic Twill Different Than Sports Twill (Tackle Twill)?
These products are similar in that both are twill fabrics, but Metallic Twill uses metallized nylon yarns whereas Sports Twill (Tackle Twill) uses polyester filament yarns. There are also slight differences in the yarn size and the weave pattern.