Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Superior Threads: Bottom Line on SALE

BERRIMA PATCHWORK BLOG THREAD SPECIAL
Special for Today ONLY. 
 Until Tuesday (13th March 2012) 11.59pm! Sydney, Australia Time we have Superior Threads Bottom Line on special - 20% off, now only $10 each for 1,420yds.
These threads are ideal for quilting, embroidery, bobbin, binding, and applique. Being a thin 60wt polyester they have a silk like finish. It is becoming favourable for hand applique and is great for machine applique being so fine! If you have not tried out these threads this is a fantastic opportunity to try them!
Orders can be placed by clicking here or the link below.
http://www.berrimapatchwork.com.au/shop/category/quilting-notions/bottom-line-thread/?showall=1&page_num=1
 While you are checking out these fantastic threads make sure you take a look at Superior Threads Titanium Needles. These are great needles and have become a must for me!  CLICK HERE to purchase these needles from Berrima Patchwork and come in 4 different sizes 70's, 80's, 90's, 100's or a multi pack.
 
 Superior Threads writes about these needles
"Titanium-coated Topstitch needles for all domestic machines.  Titanium-coated needles have been available for longarm and industrial machines for many years but these are the first titanium-coated Topstitch style needles made for home machines. Superior Threads (USA) and Organ Needle Company (Japan) have applied the latest technology of titanium-coated needles to the Topstitch style for home machines.  Because these new titanium-coated needles have an ultra thin coat of titanium nitride they will stay sharper longer and outlast any current Topstitch needle on the market.
Why Topstitch?  The Topstitch needle is the most common needle type used and recommended by professionals and educators.  We recommend the Topstitch for piecing, quilting, embroidery, appliqué, and construction. These needles are available in four sizes to accommodate all thread types, including metallic threads.  The Topstitch needle has a larger eye and deeper groove.  It is often referred as the MAGIC NEEDLE.  It really does make a difference in your sewing experience."

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