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Showing posts with label Mark Lapinski's Intermediate Thread Collection. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mark Lapinski's Intermediate Thread Collection. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Day 15 of 30 Day GIVEAWAY #2 - Aurifil Thread

IHAN's 30 Days of Giveaways
Anniversary Celebration
Day 15 Giveaway #2


You won't need an afternoon cup of coffee or a sugar hit today.  This giveaway should provide enough adrenaline to keep you up until midnight.  Your eyes are not failing is true....Aurifil Threads is giving one very dog gone lucky IHAN reader the Mark Lapinski's Intermediate Aurifil Thread Collection.  Twelve great colors of 28 weight cotton thread 820 yards of thread. 

I thought that was the response I would get!!!  I promise I did not open any of the threads although they may have been fondled....the wrapper is still on all the spools :)  I don't know how much longer I can be trusted though.

When I was a teenager I actually had a dream about finding the make up displays from the big department stores and no one wanted them.  (Teenage Heaven)  Now, I dream I come upon those incredible Aurifil Displays and those handsome Italian guys are away from their booth...(in my dream, I also have a dolly and a getaway vehicle).
Can you imagine?  This must be Thread Heaven....all the colors....when ever you need one....just reach over and grab a spool.  One for you sewing machine, a few for your embroidery machine (MJE, Diane, Dale, Joanne, Darlene), three or four for your serger and then some for your mid or long arm machine.  See what I mean....we need all this thread:)  Of course there is plenty for hand applique, redwork, making lace and plenty for eye candy in your sewing room!!

Ok, well stop dreaming and come back to reality.  Here is some great information about Aurifil Thread:

Cotton Mako 50 wt (orange spool) great for:
  • Needle Turn Appliqué
  • Lace Making
  • Detailed Machine Embroidery
  • Redwork
  • Quilting - Piecing and Hand sewing (lighter weight helps seams lay flatter)
  • Serging
  • Stitching Miniature Blocks
Mako Cotton 40 wt. (green spool) great for:
  •  Decorative Stitches
  • Machine Embroidery
  • Quilting - Hand and Machine Piecing
  • Lace Making
  • Buttonholes
  • Stitching in the Ditch
Mako Cotton 28 wt. (grey spool) great for:
  • Blanket Stitching by Hand and Machine
  • Lace Making
  • Hand Quilting (does not need to be glazed or waxed)
  • Long Arm Quilting (Borders and Edges)
  • Top stitching
  • General Purpose Sewing
  • Machine Embroidery
  • Folk Art Applique
  • Machine and Hand Sewing
  • Sewing on wool or felted wool
  • *requires 90-100 needle
Mako Cotton 12 wt. (red spool) great for:
  • Decorative Quilting
  • Machine Embroidery
  • Folk Art
  • Sashiko
  • Redwork
  • Embellishment
  • Buttonhole or Blanket Stitch
  • Serging - gives more texture and dimension
  • *requires a large eye top stitch needle size 90/14

Want to know more about Aurifil thread Click here :)  Look at this incredible Suitcase 216 colors....oh yeah baby!!!  I've heard people say Aurifil thread is yourself a favor and check out the price you are paying for the equivalent thread in another brand.  You will be surprised to find it is only a little more and the quality is certainly worth it!!
It may be difficult to type after all this excitement.  But in order to have an opportunity to win Mark Lapinski's Intermediate Aurifil Thread Collection you must leave a comment on this post telling us:
  1. Have you used Aurifil Thread?
  • If so, tell us about your experience.
  • If not, please tell us why you would like to win.
THANK YOU Aurifil Threads and Alex Veronelli for giving one very lucky IHAN blog reader a box of your incredible thread!!!

Aurifil Threads has a Facebook page and a blog-Auribuzz.  For more fun information you may want to look there :)


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