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Aurifil Quilting Thread 50wt Natural White, Natural White
- Fabric Type: 100% Cotton
- Import Designation: Made in the USA or Imported
- Fabric care instructions: Machine Wash Cold/Tumble Dry Low
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From Aurifil this 50 weight cotton thread is ideal for hand & machine appliqué hand & machine piecing longarm quilting machine embroidery lace and machine quilting. This thread is thin and with all the colors available this thread will have a very fine finish for embroidery and appliqué and disappear into seams so your projects finish beautifully. 1300 meters 1421 yards. Color is Natural White (2021).
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This used to be the most frustrating part about quilting for me . . .so much so, I'd take my blocks to various instructors to trouble shoot. That's when I discovered Aurifil 50 wt thread. I never realized how much difference the thread could make. But think about it . . .if the thread being used is approximately the same size as the threads woven into the fabric, the seams bury themselves into the fabric and take up less space . . .making perfect seams every time.
Now, run a length of chain store thread through your fingertips and notice the lumps . . .absolutely no lumps in the Aurifil thread. Absolutely, hands down, the best thread for piecing. However, because it's so fine, if stitching garments, it's certainly strong enough to hold seams together, but it's more difficult to pull gathers . . .so don't get rid of your poly/cotton threads as they still come in handy for garment sewing . . .but nothing but Aurifil comes near my quilts!
And one last thing about Aurifil 50wt, which may be the best part . . .because it's finer (though just as strong) than most other threads, more can be wound on the bobbin. I especially notice this difference when using my smaller machine with standard size bobbins. More time sewing, less time winding bobbins, helps me make the most of my limited sewing time.