Do you tend to get stuck when it’s time to choose the color of the thread you’ll use for quilting your quilt? Or, have you ever been unhappy with the color once the quilting is done?
If you’re like many quilters, you may even use the same safe color for every quilt and would appreciate some help with branching out. After all, there are so many beautiful thread colors out there that it’s a shame not to use them!
Fortunately, three guidelines make thread selection a lot easier. Angela Walters does a great job of demonstrating them in the following video.
She covers the process of selecting thread for quilting dark fabrics vs light, choosing one overall thread vs different threads for each area of a quilt, and more. Even experienced quilters are likely to find her insights helpful.
Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.
You’ll find the 50 wt. threads Angela demonstrates (and many more colors) available here.
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