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Thread: Thread websites?

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    Just curious if any of you have a website that sells thread at a good price and good quality? I live pretty far from fabric stores and seem to run out of thread. If I could find a good supplier that ships to my house, I could get stocked up again!

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    Connecting threads has a website. Atlanta Supply has thread.

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    I really like "Connecting threads", not much lint, good prices and a huge variety.

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    There are a couple of places I shop for thread...Sue's Sew EZ Designs

    http://www.sewezdesigns.com/Threads.html

    and Red Rock Threads

    http://www.redrockthreads.com/

    Both are good prices, reasonable shipping charges, excellent service.

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    ThreadArt.com Is this for sewing or embroidery machines.
    Also Create for less. As well as connecting threads, great sites.

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    DOmestic sewing machine and a mid arm quilting machine.

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    i have ordered from connecting threads. some of their fabric i don't care for ( not that it is bad i just don't care for it) but i LOVE the thread. Lasts such a long time. In fact my next order is going to be nothing but thread. Figure might as well stock up for the winter!

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    Is one was recomended by person on sewing & embroidery blog, very reasonable. metroemb.com

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    I love Connecting Threads. It is a little linty, but nothing I can't live with, and lasts forever. I have stocked up recently, and now my only problem is finding a case that it will fit into. The spools are too big for the case I have. Terrible problem to have, huh?
    Sue

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    I use Joann's stackables for my spools of thread. cones are in a bigger container til I get my thread holder back up again. The white containers are three in a stack. holds lots of spools and pull out easily for using.

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