The Best Beading Thread for Working With 11/0 Beads

Whether you're a seasoned jewelry maker or just starting out, finding the perfect beading thread is essential for creating beautiful and durable pieces. That's where Madeira Aerolock Premium Serger thread comes in. Whether you're creating delicate bracelets, intricate earrings, or statement necklaces, Madeira Aerolock Premium Serger thread will keep your beads secure and your designs flawless.

What Size Thread to Use With Size 11 Beads?

When it comes to beading with size 11/0 beads, choosing the right thread is crucial for achieving professional-looking results. This top-quality thread is specifically designed for use with sergers/overlock and coverlock machines, making it the ideal choice for any project that involves size 11/0 beads.

Made of 100% core-spun polyester, this thread is incredibly durable and long-lasting. It can withstand frequent washes and strains, ensuring that your beaded creations will stay intact for years to come. The core-spun construction adds strength to the thread, making it less prone to breakage or fraying.

One of the key advantages of using Madeira Aerolock thread with size 11/0 beads is it’s compatibility with Janome CoverPro machines. These machines are renowned for their versatility and precision, making them a popular choice among beaders and sewers alike. The Madeira Aerolock thread is designed to work seamlessly with CoverPro machines, ensuring smooth stitching and secure bead attachments.

Additionally, this thread comes in a wide range of colors, allowing you to find the perfect match for your beads and fabric. Whether youre creating delicate jewelry pieces or intricate embellishments, having a thread that complements your design is essential for a polished look.

So, grab some beads, thread your needle, and get ready to create stunning beaded masterpieces with confidence and ease.

Techniques for Attaching Size 11 Beads to Fabric or Other Materials

  • Using a beading needle and thread, carefully sew each bead onto the fabric, making sure to secure it firmly.
  • Apply a small amount of fabric glue to the back of each bead before attaching it to the fabric for extra security.
  • If the fabric is too delicate to sew or glue the beads onto, try using a hot glue gun to attach them instead.
  • Create a pattern or design with the beads by arranging them on the fabric before attaching them.
  • Consider using a beading loom to weave the beads into the fabric for a more intricate and professional look.
  • To attach beads to thicker materials like leather or denim, use a thimble and a heavy-duty needle to push the needle through the fabric.
  • For a more permanent attachment, use beading wire instead of thread and sew the beads onto the fabric using a crisscross pattern.
  • Experiment with different attachment techniques such as embroidery stitches, French knots, or even hand-stitching each bead individually.
  • Add a touch of sparkle to your fabric by incorporating sequins or rhinestones along with the beads.
  • Before attaching the beads, consider prepping the fabric by marking the desired placement of the beads with a fabric pen or chalk.
  • Remember to handle the beads with care to avoid any accidental breakage or damage during the attachment process.


Madeira Aerolock Premium Serger thread meets all these criteria, offering top-quality and long-lasting performance. It’s core-spun polyester construction ensures that it can withstand frequent washes and strain, making it an excellent choice for any beading project. Whether you're using a serger, overlock, or coverlock machine like the Janome CoverPro family, you can trust Madeira Aerolock Premium Serger thread to provide the reliability and support you need for your beading endeavors.

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