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  • Iris Ultra Cotton Quilting Thread--Any experience with this?

    Hi everyone. I got a lightweight Janome for Christmas to use for classes, etc., and was "given" a box of twelve colors of Iris Ultra Cotton Quilting Thread. 50 wt. LSE. I've never experienced thjis brand before (use Aurafil or YLI mostly). Is this a quality thread? It feels a bit thicker...
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Steph on Sun, Jan 29 2012
  • Re: thread

    Hi Kathy, I now live in Winter Haven ,Florida. I haven't been home in a while . God, how I miss true southern charm and manners! I used to work in Houston and then drive back to Lufkin and work there, rough but good times!! Judylee
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Judy Lee on Thu, Nov 10 2011
  • Re: Thread

    Robin, I always use cotton for piecing because it shrinks and blends better with the fabrics. But when quilting the quilt, I use whatever works best with the look I'm trying to achieve. I will say that most of the time its cotton, but in different weights. I also use the clear mono-filament thread...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Joy on Wed, Nov 9 2011
  • Thread

    WOW! in 5 minutes I received several answers to my question. I guess I should have been more specific, I guess what I want to know is should I be using cotton thread or poly. I have read things that suggest cotton because it is easier on the cotton material. Anyone want to give me a short class on this...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Robin on Tue, Nov 8 2011
  • Re: thread

    Welcome Robin, For piecing the quilt 40-50wt thread and for Quilting I usually start with at least a 40 wt thread. As for manufacturer, I agree that your machine will dictate what it likes and dislikes. My machine, BabyLock Symphony, Love Guterman and Superior threads but detests Coats & Clark. judylee
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Judy Lee on Tue, Nov 8 2011
  • thread

    Hello, I am new to this website and to quilting. My main question is what is the best thread to use in my machine to do quilting? Thanks, Robinh in TX
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Robin on Tue, Nov 8 2011
  • Re: Bonnie Hunter's newest mystery quilt

    [quote user="Barbara"] I use moslty white or netural. Barbara [/quote] I always did/do but thought maybe I was just being frugal! Glad to see others do as well. TY Barbara. P.S. Anyone else forget to turn the clocks back last night? I did, and I had a ride scheduled for a 9:43 pick up. Took...
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Lee on Sun, Nov 6 2011
  • Re: Bonnie Hunter's newest mystery quilt

    I FORGOT TO TURN MY CLOCKS BACK! DUH!!!! So here I sit waiting for my ride to go to Jo-Anne's for their big sale. I gotta make some diff choices when I get there! I want to thank all of you for your input on the Mystery Quilt project. I think I'll give it a try. Although, since I've been...
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Lee on Sun, Nov 6 2011
  • which Brand of thread is the best?

    Hi Everyone, I have a question for anyone with an opinion. Should cover everybody. I have been reading about buying the best that you can afford in fabric, machines, and...........thread. So...which brand of thread is the best. From what I understand, egyptian cotton thread is the best kind of thread...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Kathy on Sat, Oct 29 2011
  • Thread

    I just got a new sewing machine last week. When I got it, the girl told me that my thread I was using was "bad"/not good enough and that I needed to use expensive thread. I know that Sulky is great, but what do you use when you are sewing together a quilt top? Do you have a brand preference...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by June Slay on Fri, Aug 5 2011
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