Bottom Line 60wt Polyester
60 weight, 2-ply polyester thread designed for appliqué, English paper piecing, quilting (particularly wonderful for micro quilting), and as a bobbin thread. It is recommended you use Bottom Line in the bobbin as well when using it in your needle. A 70/10 topstitch machine needle is recommended.
This product is also available in 3000 yd. cones. If you wish to purchase a cone instead, please email us at email@example.com for pricing. Colours available will be the same as the small spools shown in this department.
King Tut>> 40 weight, 3-ply, extra-long staple Egyptian Cotton. Variegated colours have a 1" change interval. Use for quilting - not for piecing. A 90/14 machine needle is recommended.
MasterPiece by Superior Threads
50 wt. 3-ply Egyptian-grown extra-long staple cotton thread designed for piecing and quilting. An 80/12 topstitch needle is recommended.
40 weight metallic thread used for embroidery and quilting. For this thread, you should reduce your top tension to 1-1.5, and use a 90/14 Topstitch needle. A very fine thread such as Bottom Line should be used in the bobbin.
This product is also available in mini cones of 1090 yd. and cones of 3280 yd. If you wish to purchase one of these larger sizes, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing. Colours available will be the same as the small spools shown in this department.
Reduced-sheen monofilament 100% polyester brought to you by Superior Threads
Tiara 50wt Variegated Silk
This is a 50 weight, 2-ply filament variegated 100% silk thread. It is naturally lustrous, strong, and has a smooth finish with no lint. It is designed for machine or hand sewing for decorative stitching and quilting. The colour changes every 2-3 cm (approximately 1”). Fishermen use silk thread for fly tying, and this thread will provide an interesting change from solid colours. Silk is the most luxurious of threads, and these variegated colours are no exception.
Tire 50wt Silk
This 50 weight, 3-ply thread has a naturally lustrous sheen and smooth finish. It is strong, yet elastic, and can be used in machine or hand sewing for garment construction, quilting, and appliqué. As it is a filament thread, it glides through fabric with ease, and many quilters prefer it for sewing on quilt bindings. Fishermen use silk thread for fly tying. Treat yourself to any of the solid 171 colour offerings - silk is the most amazing thread to use.