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What Thread to Use for Quilting

When it comes to the best thread for quilting, how do you choose? There are a lot of decisions to make and factors to consider. There's also the issue of whether you are looking for thread for machine quilting or hand quilting. Many of these thread tips are helpful for any sort of sewing, so keep this handy for your non-quilting sewing projects, too! The best threading for quilting is generally a cotton or polyester-cotton blend. Avoid cheaper polyester threads as they are more likely to…

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Brenda Drummond
If you’re a quilter, you know that the right thread can make all the difference in your project. Accurate points and intersections, lumpy seams, a dusty machine, all of these things are down to the thread you choose. That’s why we’ve put together a list of our favorite threads for your sewing machine. Find all our favorites and our reccomendations on how to use them at Quilting Mayhem. #quilt #thread #sewing #quilting Machine Quilting, Quilting, Patchwork, Best Thread For Machine Quilting, Sewing Machine Quilting, Quilting Thread, Quilt Piecing, Sewing Machine, Thread

The Best Threads for Your Domestic Sewing Machine - Quilting Mayhem Maker's Blog

If you’re a quilter, you know that the right thread can make all the difference in your project. Accurate points and intersections, lumpy seams, a dusty machine, all of these things are down to the thread you choose. That’s why we’ve put together a list of our favorite threads for your sewing machine. Find all our favorites and our reccomendations on how to use them at Quilting Mayhem. #quilt #thread #sewing #quilting

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Lisa Reigle
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Aurifil 40 wt Thread Vs Aurifil 50 wt Thread — String & Story

Aurifil makes the highest quality cotton quilting threads on the market, and their leading weights: 40 wt and 50 wt are both beautiful and versatile threads. Let’s take a look at how these two threads are similar, how they are different, and when I recommend using each one. (This post contains affi

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Sherri Freeland
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Seven Unique Ways to Tie a Quilt

Tying a quilt is an easy and quick way to finish a quilt. Tying a quilt means using thread or yarn to attach all three layers of a quilt together. This is a great option for beginner quilters as well as more advanced quilters! To add some extra interest, ties and quilting can be used...

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Christine Palmer
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Choosing a Thread Color for Quilting — String & Story

In addition to the pattern and texture of quilting, our thread color has the opportunity to add a little “sparkle” to our work. But what’s the best way to choose what color thread to quilt with? I can’t wait to share my tips with you! (This post may contain affiliate links)

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Cheryl Meyers
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3 of the Best Thread Weights for Piecing and Quilting

Before we get into specifics about thread weight, I want to share a bit about my history with thread. When I first started quilting, I used a variety of (mostly inexpensive) threads that I could find at my local big-box store. I had occasional issues with tension and thread breaking but didn't reali

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Ruth Simons