Category Archives: thread

Thread Giveaway!

Yay! What better way to start the week than with a thread giveaway?!?  I’d love to be able to enter but since I work here, they say I’m not allowed. Thus, unable to enter, I console myself with the thought that I get to be a part of the excitement and make some other quilter’s day! One lucky grand prize winner will get a thread set of their choosing and two others will get 2 spools of thread in any color combination they want. I may be biased, but I personally love our thread and am so happy to have 33 new colors, giving us a new grand total of 90 colors in our cotton Essential Thread spools that we will have day in and day out.

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Quilt Finish & Quilting Fun

Have you all been able to sneak some precious quilting time into your holiday vacations? I know I’ve been enjoying some much needed vacation to finish up lots of projects. This is a quilt I just finished before Christmas that I started, oh, 2 years ago? Or was it 3? It’s called “Wonky Town”, and it’s now hanging proudly in my daughter’s room. It started out as me experimenting with Wonky Log Cabin blocks from ...

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A Guide to Thread

For our tutorial this month, Teri is back to explain how to choose the best thread for your project. I've included the full article below, or you can bookmark it on our tutorial page. We love hearing your feedback on these articles. What kind of thread do you use the most?  -Melissa

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Contest closed – A Book & Thread Giveaway!

Thank you to everyone who participated in this contest!  We have selected our winners.  To find out who won, click here: Winners! We're having another really fun giveaway!  We've been really pleased with the success of our new Essential PRO thread (ideal for long-arm quilting) and in honor of that, we have decided to give some of it away to those of you who still haven't tried it.  As if that weren't enough, we are also giving away a book!  The book is Freemotion Quilting by Judy Woodworth and is a great read for anyone looking to learn how to do long-arm quilting.

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