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    Thread and needle combos

    So I tried to create a spreadsheet based on what I found here, on, and on the Gutermann website.

    Let me know what you guys think, what I need to correct, what I could add, etc.

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    I'll assume Schmetz as a baseline.

    Just getting started in this stuff, so trying to compile my research. No sense reinventing the wheel.

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    This is great! I came to similar conclusions just working with different needles and thread but this is a nice reference so I don't have to question needle size for every new project.

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    Let me know if you have anything to add.

    I'm thinking of breaking it up further by material type, and number of layers. Say someone wants to sew 4 layers of 1.9 PU-coated ripstop, etc. Unfortunately, I have very little experience thus far, and compiled this based on various threads (joke) on here and

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