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Thread: Bendable thread?

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    Senior Member Lizzytish's Avatar
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    I just purchased a pattern for snap happy bags, by stitchin' sisters and it calls for bendable thread by sulky.
    Do you feel that any thread would be alright?
    Has anyone made these and if so what type of thread did you use?
    Thanks for your input ;)

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    HMMMMBendable thread.. novel idea...
    I made a few and I just used regular thread.. no problems

    maybe they are talking about some of the monofilament threads?????

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    Bendable Thread???? :?

    Could it be BLENDABLE THREAD?
    http://www.sulky.com/thread/thread_blendables.php

    Typo error, maybe!

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    LOL i hope it was a typo! i bend all my thread. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy
    LOL i hope it was a typo! i bend all my thread. ;)
    ditto

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    doesn't all thread bend?
    i think you meant blendable- which would simply be recommended so it blends into the fabrics and doesn't stand out- like a contrasting thread would- but you can use any strong sewing thread you want...it's your project.

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    I am making them as gifts for Christmas. So far have 20 made. Love them. Am using fabric to match each persons personality. And some times I use contrasting thread, not blendable to make it more interesting.

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    The Sulky Blendable threads are variegated, and very pretty!

    http://www.sulky.com/thread/thread_blendables.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy
    LOL i hope it was a typo! i bend all my thread. ;)
    This is what I thought. All thread is bends. Must be a typo. Just thought maybe I was missing something. Thanks all. :thumbup:

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    I'm sure that's what they meant.

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