Connecting Threads is a family-owned and operated company that exists to inspire, support and supply quilters with everything they need for their wonderful craft. While price and quality are always important, Connecting Threads is also committed to providing the highest class of service in the industry. The company’s customer service representatives are knowledgeable about quilting products and will give you the same positive experience that you would receive in your local quilt shop.
Connecting Threads offers its own exclusive fabrics, with limited-edition designs that you won’t see anywhere else. Their fabrics range from quilting cotton, to batiks, to flannel to lawn. Each fabric type is created according to exacting standards and finished with their own top-secret formula to create a flawless and amazingly soft finish.
Connecting Threads also offers its very own Essential Thread in both cotton and polyester. Essential Cotton Thread comes in 92 colors and is designed to coordinate perfectly with not only their Quilter’s Candy basic cottons, but also their exclusive collection prints. Essential PRO Polyester thread is ideal for long arm quilting, has a wonderful matte finish, and amazing stitch definition.
Every collection Connecting Threads offers comes in a variety of kits and samplers, or the fabric can be purchased in custom cuts at no additional charge. Their exclusive kits are offered in a wide array of projects, from table toppers to wall hangings, to placemats to queen size quilts. The fabric kits are intended to provide customers with a beautifully designed project without the hassle of choosing fabrics and measuring yardages. The custom cuts provide just the right amount of fabric for the pattern (maybe even a little more), offering you a great value while saving you time.
Connecting threads has been a QCA sponsor since January 2013.
How Connecting Threads sponsors Quilters Club of America:
Get a free Oceanfront solid sampler charm pack with your next purchase of $10 or more. Click here to get the coupon code.
Connecting Threads links and resources:
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