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  • Remove Thread from Design wall

    How do you remove thread from a design wall and with a steam iron which setting do you place it on? Thanks. Karen Good sunnygood@mchsi.com
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Karen on Sat, Sep 10 2016
  • Re: which Brand of thread is the best?

    The two brands I use are Gutermann and Essential Quilting . I used Essential for piecing and sewing and Gutermann for hand-quilting. You can get Gutermann at Joann Fabrics as well as pretty much any quilting shop. Essential Quilting thread I've only been able to find online. My mother gave me a HUGE...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Renee on Fri, Aug 26 2016
  • FMQ thread breaking

    Hi, I am a new member. I just joined today hoping to find an answer to a frustrating problem. I am FMQ on a long arm, so I am moving the machine not the fabric. I did a complete pass with no problems, then all of sudden I can't go more than 3 - 4 inches without my top thread breaking. I tried the...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Helen Ann on Sat, Jul 18 2015
  • Re: How can I figure out what to charge someone for hand quilting?

    I have heard of different ways to charge for hand quilting. Some charge by the quilt size, say 2-4 cents per inch. Others may charge by the number of yards of thread. Spools list the yards on the package, so the number of spools used can be calculated with the price per yard. The average price I've...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Pamela on Sun, May 19 2013
  • Need suggestions for quilting with metallic thread

    I decided to step out of my comfort zone...instead of using invisible thread and stitching in the ditch, I'm trying a Sulky metallic thread and using the blanket stitch on my sewing machine. It started out just fine, but now the bobbin thread is pulling thru to the top and the metallic thread occasionally...
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by LauraJP on Sun, Jul 22 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
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