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Kreinik Manufacturing Company

Kreinik the company began when Jerry and Estelle Kreinik made and sold portable needlework cases in the 1970s. They started carrying silk, metallic and real metal threads for fiber arts, eventually opening a manufacturing plant where threads are made. Today it is still a family-based business with son Doug Kreinik as owner (pictured in photo to the left). Kreinik proudly offers silk, metallic, real metal and fusible threads plus embellishments for hand and machine embroidery out of its Parkersburg, West Virginia, manufacturing facility.

Our manufacturing facility is closed to the public. However, we appear at several trade shows throughout the year, including TNNA, CHA, and Quilt Market shows.

Mission: Provide quality threads in a wide range of colors and a variety of textures for people to make the most beautiful, creative handmade items in the world, through their crafts, hobbies, and businesses.

Location:  Parkersburg, West Virginia, USA
Online store: Kreinik Mall
Social media: Facebook, Twitter

   The National Needle Arts Association
   Craft and Hobby Association
   National Costumers Association
Languages spoken: English

Threads made by Kreinik Manufacturing Company

Tags: commercial thread, commercial supplies, thread, metallic, small business, quilting supplies, fiber art thread


  1. This is appreciable blog regarding company information online. But I think you should also have the links to these company names. As its not sufficient to put only company names online. There should me company profile and company information.

  2. Hello, Viema Bulgaria-

    The website address is at the top of the post, right under the banner. In this case, it is


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