So much WonderFil in fact that I had a difficult time choosing. I wanted to say, I'll take 10 of everything but that's not such a good inventory strategy.
I had to come back to get the rest of the photos because there were so many people in the WonderfFil Booth in Cincinnati. Every since Pastsy Thompson introduced me to InvisiFil I can't seem to keep it in stock.WonderFil booth really showed off the many uses of the variety of threads they carry.
WonderFil Metallic threads.
This may have been my favorite sample.
Vikki Pignatelli was in the WonderFil booth and I was so happy to meet her. Crazy About Curves is Vikki's new DVD and she was promoting it during the festival. If you are not familiar with Vikki's work, click on the links and check out her fantastic work. Vickki made the lilly pad wall hanging on the wall behind her. It is a great curvy piece and in her DVD she teaches her basic curves technbique. My friend, Lois, bought the DVD so I got to enjoy it on Saturday night.
You can't see that these boxes are stacked on top of one another.....I purchased all this thread for my inventory. The InvisiFil thread is 100 wt and I have used it for machine quilting, piecing (perfect for low bulk in seams), hand applique and machine applique. Five new collections were introduced in Cincinnati .... you know I jumped at the opportunity to stock up too. The new collections include: Luscious and Lovely, Bold n' Brights, Deepest Delectable Darks, Must Have Mediums and Tones That Meld.
I'm curious to know what WonderFil threads you have worked with. Leave a comment on this post telling me about your experience. I think it is a WonderFil idea to do a giveaway so leave a comment and you might be the lucky winner of some WonderFil thread on Friday, April 15th.