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Thread: Long arm threads?

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    Super Member brushandthimble's Avatar
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    I love to use King Tut in my HQ 16, but I have used it a couple of different times at work and that machine does NOT like it.
    I have used Auriful, Star, Signature, and embroidery threads also.

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    I love Superior Threads. Plus their website is so helpful.

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    Thanks to all of you who replied!
    Sincerely, Mary Jo

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    Welcome from North Carolina!

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    Welcome from northeast Nebraska. I just purchased a Mega Quilter (not a LA) but haven't gotten it set up yet. Am glad to know what kinds of thread I may able to have good luck with, when I'm ready. Good luck to you.

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    I just bought some MollyPoly thread from a woman on SewItsforSale yahoo group. I love this in my KenQuilter short-arm machine. There is VERY little lint, and it seems to be a good quality thread. Of course, my quilts are never going to be entered into a show, so for daily use, this is fine for me. I asked where to purchase this MollyPoly thread, and she sent me a link http://www.hunterheirloomquilting.co...mart&Itemid=94 and it's economical, too.

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    Junior Member MJONW's Avatar
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    Good luck to you as well!

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    Superior Threads. I use Bottom line bobbins and So Fine on my APQS Lenni. If you go online, look at the APQS Forum, it is an open blog similiar to this but dedicated to Long-Arm quilters and quilting.

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    Thread matters a lot. Unless the thread is strong, it will break, over and over again, spoiling your work and leaving knots and tangles. Superior Threads web site has lots of good information and is an excellent source of threads.

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    Hi and welcome from Arizona.

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