Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville has this info on her website here:
I'd be happy to make some for the local rescue. Do you have a pattern?
I have used their thread for all of my quilting and stock up when they have a sale. I like it. Sews very well. No trouble with breaking. I plan to try it soon in my embroidery machine too!,
OK, I just joined last night. I don't know how all this works and am hunting and pecking my way thru and am thinking I am blindly stumbling. I joined to find a piece of fabric I need. AND, was fortunate enough to come across your request. I have 2 different pieces. One is lighter than the other. Your sample appears more like the darker gray I have. How much do you need? I can't part with all of it because I am going to make my granddaughter a quilt using some of this also. I can't believe I went to my stash and found it immediately. I don't understand what to do next to get in touch with you.
I must also forewarn you I am working in a tax office and will be very busy yet the next several weeks.
Waiting to hear from you to know what to do next.
check out quilt shops in Tucson lots of fabric available here
try the quilt shops in Albuquerque, New Mexico-
I agree. Bring it back to the store. If they are honest, they should refund your money and report the cutting error to the manufacturer they bought the jelly rolls from.
Could be your tension. May have nothing to do with the thread.
I have used their thread and never have had any problem with it I have a Babylock Elizabeth machine and a Singer Futura. Have also bought fabric from their website and liked it very much.
I googled it and found it...EBAY and here...http://www.cotton-picking.com/AlleyCatTalesPatterns.htm
It is a beautiful quilt and I couldn't agree with you more... picture's just don't do justice...
I just posted a Hinterberg Stretch frame and Max Throat for sale. the Max Throat allows the quilter to move the quilt back and forth and provides deeper quilting space with ones own sewing machine. I live in Sacramento. Interested?
I use their thread often and have never had a problem with any of it. I also use Mettlers, with no problems. I have a Viking sewing machine, some say their machines only get along with certain threads. If I were you, the question I would be asking here is do you have this brand of sewing machine (yours) and what threads do you use?
Hope this helps
I know it has been over a year since you posted this, but I have a question. Are you hand piecing as EEP?