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Thread: Question about The Bottom Line Thread

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    Super Member rvsfan's Avatar
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    Question about The Bottom Line Thread

    The bottom Line, 60 wt. polyester, is the only color match I have. Is it strong enough to sew on a label to my quilt? TIA
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    Yes. Even though it is fine, it is strong.

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    Yes, some people use bottom line for all of their Piecing because it is a fine, strong thread.
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    Yes. It is often used in Embroidery machines and quilting machines at high speeds so it is strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
    Yes, some people use bottom line for all of their Piecing because it is a fine, strong thread.
    *Raises hand* That would be me, and I've been very satisfied with my results.

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