What is 28 wt thread used for?
It is the second heaviest weight thread that we offer and is perfect for double strand cross stitch, blanket stitch, hand applique, hand piecing, hand quilting, bobbin and machine lace, machine quilting, longarm quilting, machine embroidery and lower looper serging.
What is Aurifil Mako thread?
Aurifil is 100% Egyptian Cotton, grown in the MAKO region of Egypt on the river Nile. When considering the quality of cotton we can make the comparison to that of wine, different geographic areas offer different attributes to the raw material.
What is Aurifil thread used for?
Aurifil manufactures an 80 weight Cotton Thread that is great for English Paper Piecing, Hand Applique, Machine Embroidery, Machine Applique, Free Motion uilting, and Free Motion Couching.
What weight Aurifil for machine quilting?
The most popular weight of Aurifil Thread is their finest, 50 weight thread. The traditional choice for quilting is 40 weight cotton thread. 40 weight is also the most popular weight for machine embroidery. A heavier weight thread will emphasize the quality of your stitches.
What weight thread is best for quilting?
For most quilting on a home machine, a 40-weight cotton thread is an excellent choice. Because the 40 weight cotton thread is heavier than the finer 50 weight cotton thread, quilting stitches will show up more easily on the quilt.
What is the best thread to use on a Longarm?
A 40 or 50wt cotton quilting thread is probably one of the most common and widely used options for longarm quilting. One of the perks of cotton thread is that is carries no stretch to it, making it easy to sew with.
What is 50 wt thread used for?
Higher quality 50 wt. threads offer a nice thin thread that won’t add a lot of bulk to seams when piecing a quilt. They are also ideal for machine quilting, appliqué, hand piecing, and hand appliqué.