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    Super Member QuiltQtrs's Avatar
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    Where do you buy yours, and what type/tex. is it?
    Any help appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltQtrs
    Where do you buy yours, and what type/tex. is it?
    Any help appreciated!
    I use Superior Threads mainly BottomLine (60wt) and Sofine (50wt). I stock up at the NQA Show, Columbus Oh mid June. nqaquilts.org

    http://superiorthreads.com

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    I purchase mine from Quiltworks in Mnpls. MN
    Or from United Notions.
    You will need a Business ID number for both.

    Signature Cotton, Perma Core, YLI, King Tut... to many to name.

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    I purchase mine at RI MQX show from Superior
    I use King Tut also with prewound bobins.

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    i buy all of my quilting thread from Connecting Threads, they are carrying a new machine quilting thread that is wonderful! but i use lots of different threads when quilting. i buy most of them at connecting threads...

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    I use Signature 40 wt. 100% cotton for most applications. Ocassionally I use Superior polyester threads - solids and variegated with So Fine in the bobbin.

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    I use Glide from Fil-tec. I believe it's 40 wt. Not affiliated, but a really happy customer: www.bobbincentral.com

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    I use Superior and other threads but I get mine from Cranberry Quiltworks as they deliver to cities in the SW states without tax. I just have to go pick it up. So I tend to buy more than i immediately need.

    A LQS does have what I need if I'm in a pinch.

    ali

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    Superior threads. If you are at Machine Quilters Expo (MQX)East or West you can buy threadsfrom the SUperior booth hlf price. I hve purchased the same Superior threads from Sewthankful.com for a lower price too!

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    Signature and Connecting threads.

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