02 December 2011

Aurifil thread review & giveaway

A little while ago Aurifil sent me a few spools of thread to try out in various weights and colors. Aurifil cotton thread comes in several weights, including 50wt recommended for piecing, slightly heavier 40wt for quilting, and 12wt for redwork and serging.


This week I've been burning through a spool of 28wt cotton (blue 2725) on two projects. I used it to quilt the Naptime baby blanket. I love how the quilting pops, not only from the design but from the heavy shiny thread.


I've found the thread to be a pleasure to work with. I often have trouble maintaining tension balance on my old machine when I use heavy threads. But I've had no problem with the Aurifil. I've noticed that the thread generates very little lint in my machine, relative to other threads I've used. Perhaps that's helping with the tension.


The strong and substantial 28wt thread has also been perfect for piecing my denim blocks. It's not easy for the machine to push through four layers of denim. It can't be easy on the thread either. The 28wt Aurifil has been great.


Now for the fun part. Aurifil has provided five sampler packs with various thread weights to share with my readers.

To win an Aurifil thread pack, leave a comment telling me what thread weight you want to try first. I'll pick names Wednesday, December 7.

Update: Each five-pack contains a variety of weights and colors. The spool color is top secret code for the thread weight and material. Don't tell anyone!

167 comments:

  1. I absolutely love the quilting on your Naptime baby blanket - perfect! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. I want to try the heavier weight for quilting!

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  3. I'd love to try quilting with some of the heavier threads. I have only ever quilted with 50wt.

    Thanks to you and Aurifil for the giveaway :)

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  4. I have been wanting to try all the aurifil thread most of the store have very little to pick from I would love to try the 28 wt for a blanket stich. lisaursino@msn.com.
    Regards
    lisa

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  5. I got hooked on Aurifil when I realized it was the only thing that would work for quilting in my cheapo Singer - the threads don't break because of the long thread staple, and that lack of lint means less stopping to clean out my machine. Now my Pfaff is a little different because I can't use cotton thread in the bobbin, but I have some thread called bobbin thread to try.

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  6. I have been wanting to try this thread for a long time-thanks for the chance to win some! I'm getting ready to quilt, so the heavier weight!

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  7. I would love to try the 40 wt. Thanks for the chance!

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  8. I haven't used Aurifil before but I'd like to try quilting with the heavier weight!

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  9. I have used Aurifil 50 before and love it's smooth lintlessness. Unfortunately none of my local stores carry it. :-( Though I enjoy piecing with the 50 wt, right now I'd go for the 40 or heavier just to check them out. BTW, I've been enjoying reading/seeing your adventures in denim.

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  10. I've never used anything other than 50. Would love to try 40 or heavier!

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  11. Gee, everyone wants to try the heavier weights, which would be cool to quilt with. But if you need someone to give the 50 wt.to, I'd be pleased to try that. I've been dying to try some Aurifil, but only 1 store (about 40 miles away) carries it!

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  12. I would love the 12wt for redwork and serging. Thanks!

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  13. I love piecing with the 50wt and would like to try a heavier one, like the 28, for quilting.

    Love you denim blocks, btw!

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  14. Hi! I haven't tried Aurifil even have read a lot about them. Here I can't find any good threads and I didn't realize that it could be also the reason why the sewing machine doesn't go so well sometimes. I would love to try them and first heavier for quilting!
    (nerospostatgmaildotcom)

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  15. I've always wanted to try heavier thread; it makes quilting look so good. Thanks for the giveaway, I'll keep my fingers crossed.

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  16. I do a lot of piecing so would love to try 50wt but then I love threads that really stand out for quilting so would like to try the 28wt, oooh decisions decisions

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  17. They sound wonderful!
    I'd love to try the 40wt.

    Thanks!

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  18. i'd love to try that 28wt. i also have an older machine that has tension issues if you so much as look at it funny!

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  19. I like these denim pillows very much. As for the thread, I would like to try the heavier one. Thank you.

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  20. I would love to try the 28wt as I do alot of sewing with denim also... love the pillow designs! Thanks for a chance.

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  21. haven't tried using 28wt yet, so would love to try that!

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  22. I'm doing denim blocks next, so I'll take that 28 Aurifil if I happen to win. Awesome!

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  23. For me it would be the 40wt I would jump in and try first. I like the sound of how it's easy to quilt with and treats your machine nicely!! Would be especially nice since I have found FMQ so relaxing lately!

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  24. i've been wanting to try aurifil! i'd like to try the 28wt first.

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  25. I would love to try the 50wt for piecing. (Or any of them, really.) Aurifil mentions are popping up everywhere these days.

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  26. I'd love to try any of them. But probably the 28wt first if I had to choose.

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  27. I would love to try the 50wt threads for piecing first and then maybe some quilting with a heavier weight.

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  28. Its all about the quilting weight for me- I need to try and get that to work for me!

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  29. Your quilting is fantastic. I agree with you about the 50 weight Aurifil, it's my new favorite thread, especially for the bobbins. However, I have never tried the other weights and that #28 is enticing me to try on some snazzy quilting.

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  30. I'd try the 28 weight - your quilting in it looks fantastic!!!!

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  31. I would most love to try the #50, and am curious about the #40 as well... haven't had the chance to try Aurifil yet (not available locally) and have heard such great things about it!

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  32. Nice quilting, I love your geometric play. I'm terrified to try the 50-weight - worried I'd get hooked! Would love to try quilting weight though, so 28 or 40 would be a blast to experiment with.

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  33. I'm really interested in the 40. I use the 50 regularly and absolutely love it, but I haven't ventured into other weights yet. I'm curious to see the difference.

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  34. I would love to try the 40wt of Aurifil thread. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  35. I must be the last person who has not tried aurifil thread! I would try any weight, probably for quilting peicing or machine peicing would be a good starting point.

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  36. i currently use the 50wt, but would love to see what the 28wt is like!, it's great thread.

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  37. I really don't know anything about thread weight. I can see I have much to learn, grasshopper. All the more reason for me to experiment with different weights, I guess.

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  38. love your quilting! would like to try the 40wt on some of my own quilts.

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  39. Oooh, I would love to try the 40wt! I already use the 50wt for piecing and I've been itching to try Aurifil for quilting too (my LQS doesn't carry the 40wt...and I've been lazy and haven't ordered it yet!)! Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  40. The quilting on your Naptime quilt is gorgeous! I love the Aurifil 50wt and use it almost exclusively for piecing. Would love to try the thicker thread but would be thrilled to receive anything...

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  41. Oh please count me in! I Would LOVE to play with this thread which EVERYONE has been raving about!!!!

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  42. i always enjoy your work and love this feedback on threads I don't usually get access to. Thanks for sharing,

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  43. Oh count me in!!! I'm a thread painter. I go through thread faster than a quilter goes through fabric. ; ) As for weight...I use them all. It mostly depends on the color. I typically use finer threads on the machine, thicker by hand.
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    ~Monika

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  44. I've entered more Aurifil giveaways than I care to mention and have not won one yet. Will this be the lucky ticket?? Aurifil is not yet available in my local stores or in my area. You have to admit that it is very expensive in comparison to all other threads. Is Aurifil worth the extra expense? I won't know till I try!

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  45. I love the way the quilting shows up! I'd love to try one of the heavier weights on some quilting. Thanks for the give away!

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  46. since i've never experimented with different thread weights for quilting, i'd love to try the heavier 40 weight that they recommend. i've heard such great things about aurifil!

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  47. I'd love to try the 28 wt, but any weight in general works. I have never worked with Aurifil thread, and that is what I'd really love to try.

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  48. Your quilting is awesome like always!

    I would try the 28wt if I have a chance:)

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  49. I have heard wonderful things about Aurifil thread and would love to try the 50 wt for piecing. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. Hmmm, I've only used the 40wt (which I love). I didn't know I should be switching weights for piecing vs. quilting! starfishlover615 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  51. I would love to try the 50wt. I keep hearing great things about this thread!

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  52. I have heard wonderful things about this thread, I am just starting a few quilts, so I would be happy to try any of them.
    Thank you
    jstpchy50@aol.com

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  53. I currently use the 50wt, so would love to try ou the 40 or the 28 to quilt with. BTW, i love the originality of your work!

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  54. i would love to try the 40 or the 28 (but only because you posted a review on the 28!!).

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  55. I'd like to try the 40! I have way too many quilt tops waiting for some love so if I win, I promise to get at least one done!!

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  56. I'd love to try the 28wt for some quilting! Thanks for the post!

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  57. If it will make my quilts look more like yours I'll try the 40 wt.:-)

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  58. I've heard of Aurifil & have been wanting to try it, so I hope I win! I'd like the quilting weight. It really does look nice on your quilt, I really like the way you've quilted it.

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  59. I want to try it all! I would probably try the 50 wt first, though, just to see how it compares with the thread I normally use. :D Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  60. I'm almost ready to do some quilting, so I'd love to try the quilting weight --40 and maybe 28.

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  61. That 28wt thread looks good to me!

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  62. Thanks for the education about threads. I never really paid too much attention to them, but now that I'm getting my hands more into quilting, I'm discovering the various varieties... I've never used Aurifil before but would love to try the 28wt... maybe try hand quilting :) Now, I have to search for what "redwork" means...

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  63. Via Fat Quartely I've been sent a sample pack of the Aurifil threads to try and have a small piecing/quilting project (planning underway) to try them out on (and this project may transfer into my Free Bee block - if it works out)

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  64. I really fancy trying the 40wt to se how it quilts then trying the 12wt for some chunky(er) stitching.
    Thanks for the chance to win some :)

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  65. I didn't find aurifil in my country and I was quite curious about it. Lucky me :), I received a small aurifil spool from pink chalk fabrics with my last order and I looved it. Quilted beautiful with the buttonhole design, so I would love to have some more to play with.
    40wt would be great but I really wouldn't mind anything else :)

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  66. Non ho mai provato questi filati e sono davvero curiosa!

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  67. I would love to try the 40 wt, I have finished a quilt top and need to quilt it would love to try any auriful though......

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  68. i love the 28wt for quilting , and love all your thread ,i was using cheap thread ,but decided to try yours ,its a lil more expensive but its well worth it,i can really tell a big different ,
    and to win some free would be
    SEW great thank you


    ladyfirefighter35611@yahoo.com

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  69. I've not used Aurifil thread, although I've heard great things about it. I plan to get some next time I go to our local quilt shop. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  70. Great quilting! Lol about secret code. I hope to try the different weights. Good idea about the denim.

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  71. I've not used AURIfil, but would love to try a lighter weight that I could use with silk and light weight cotton!! Love the bright/bold colors!! Thanks for the opportunity!! Loved your blog post with your comments!!

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  72. sono bellissimi i lavori fatti con l'aurifil,ciao lory

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  73. I used Sunset variegated 50wt. thread to quilt a beautiful Kansas Troubles pattern quilt for my son and it looked beautiful and sewed beautifully. I would like the 50wt. or 40wt.

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  74. I'd like to try all-of-the-above! I used to have a longarm and Aurifil worked beautifully with it. I definitely want to use the 50 wt for piecing but the 28 wt sounds interesting for the blanket stitch on my domestic?

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  75. I would love to try the 40 wt for quilting - Aurifil has a sterling reputation

    thanks for the giveaway !

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  76. I think I'd like to try the 28wt. I do love Aurifil thread for quilting! Thanks for the review on the 28wt. - I have not ventured far from 50wt.

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  77. I'd love to try the 40 weight. I use the 50 weight exclusively and love how it performs. Never a snag or break! Thanks for this opportunity.

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  78. I would like to try each of them. I'd start with the 50 and quilt a bit, then 40 and on down the line.

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  79. I have used the 40 wt for piecing my wool items and I think I will try to locate some 28 wt to try. Thanks for the review and giveaway.

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  80. I love the 40 wt for piecing, 12 wt for Sashiko by machine, but have not tried the 28 wt. Would love all four! Thanks

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  81. I would like to try the 28 wt. I have not yet tried the 28 wt thread and I really like the way it looks on your baby quilt.

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  82. I love Aurafil. I would love to try the heavier weight to quilt with. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  83. I would love to try them all but right now a 50 wt. would be wonderful to try. I have many quilts to piece together! thanks!

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  84. I've always wanted to try heavier thread; it makes quilting look so good. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Linda
    http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com

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  85. I don't care which weight! These have not hit Australian shores yet and i am dying to try them. Tell Aurifil to send em my way for review of how they work upside down!

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  86. Its really difficult to get here and very expensive and Ive had to order from the US too, I'd really like to try the 28wt or the 12wt but I'll quite happily take anything as I've only got 3 spools in total :) Thanks for the giveaway

    http://pippaspatch.blogspot.com/

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  87. I want to try the 50 wt. because it is what I use the most. Ahh, but maybe I should branch out and test drive some heavier thread, LOL.

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  88. I currently use the Aurifil 50 wt for piecing quilts and I have a very large spool of their Monofilament for my long arm that I love! Would love to try the heavier weights on the long arm to see how they look. It's tough to find Aurifil around here. I usually have to wait for the quilt show. Thanx for this opportunity!

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  89. I'm flexible....I would try any weight thread since I have not used Aurifil yet.
    Thanks for having the drawing..... ;)

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  90. Myself I would love to try Aurifil's 50 weight for some of my quilting projects . I have found and since changed all of my thread over to Auriful and have sold of my others because there is no other thread that even compares to Auriful. my sewing machine loves it as well because I now do not have to clean it out as much . LOL

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  91. I would like to try the 28 weight to show off some free motion quilting. Have some quickie projects for Christmas it would be fun to try with those. Thank you for the give away.

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  92. I've been wanting to try Aurifil for a while! I'd definitely want to try the 50wt first!

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  93. I absolutely LOVE Aurifil thread! 50wt is my piecing thread, I won't use anything else. My machine loves it's smoothness and no lint properties. I have been wanting to try 40wt to quilt with and 28wt for redwork.

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  94. I need the weight for My Bernina 830 embroidery machine!

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  95. I'd love to win a pack to try out the Aurifil threads since I have never used them but heard a lot about how great they are.
    thanks!

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  96. I have never tried this brand of thread-but have heard great things about it-I would try 50wt 1st

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  97. I would love to try the 40 weight in my quilting.

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  98. Would love to try your 40wt thread. Thanks a million.

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  99. I would love to give these a try, thank you for the give away.

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  100. Ever since I first discovered Aurifil thread, I have not used any other thread for my peicing. I love the way it makes all my projects look so much better. I have only used the 50wt but would love to try other wts and different colors besides white, ecru and black. Thank you.
    Debra B.

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  101. I usually do hand work.. I think that would be 50wt. But I'd love to see what the differences are in the weights.

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  102. I already use Aurifil thread a lot, but have not often used the heavier 28 wt. I'd love to try it for quilting. The Aurifil color selection is amazing too.

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  103. Honestly, I'd be grateful to win any weight of Aurifil thread. From all of the positive reviews I've read, I know that ALL weights would be a wonderful sewing experience! Thanks "sew much" for the chance to win!!!

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  104. I would like to try the 40 wt

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  105. I would love to try the 40 wt. for quilting. Thanks so much for the giveaway. Hugs

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  106. I use Aurifil 50wt quite often for piecing, but would LOVE to try a 40wt or heavier for some special quilting action! Thanks so much

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  107. I already love the 50wt Aurifil, but I'd really like to try the heavier weights — maybe the 28 or even the 12!

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  108. Can't wait to try this thread in several weights. The variegated thread looks interesting.

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  109. I would love to try the 50 weight thread.

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  110. I prefer the 50 wt for free-motion quilting, but also enjoy the 40 wt. Those beautiful thread colors are like candy. Yumm.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  111. I would love to try the heavier threads.

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  112. I use the Aurifil 50 weight exclusively, and would love to try the other weights.

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  113. I would really like to try the 28 and 40 wt. I love the 50 wt. I have a pile of denim calling my name and think it would be great to try the 28 wt on a new project with it.

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  114. I would love to try the 28wt.

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  115. I love the Aurifil thread for piecing but have yet to find any of the quilting weight here. I'd love to have a sample to use for my machine quilting.

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  116. Wow! I love the quilt you show. Very cool quilting.

    I would love to try the 28 wt.! I'm already in LOVE with the 50 weight, which is my preferred thread for piecing and other work. I have needs coming up for heavier thread, though, and like your machine, mine almost always balks at them. I'd sure love finding a brand that didn't give me headaches!

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  117. I have never tried Aurifil thread so if I'm the lucky winner I would say surprise me.

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  118. I love the 50 wt. for piecing, but would love to try the 28 wt. Loved what I saw in the photos.

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  119. I have not tried Aurifil thread so would be pleased with any of them, but I really would like to try the 28 wt on my longarm.

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  120. I haven't tried the 28wt yet, but I so want to! If it's anything like Aurfil's other threads, it's going to be good

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  121. I'd love to try the 28wt. Heavier threads look so good they make me Want to quilt (usually I hate getting started) - it would be wonderful to try out the other weights too.

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  122. really would like to try the 28wt.

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  123. I have heard that the 50 wt is great for hand quilting. If this is true, then that is what I'd go for having also heard that this thread is something else again and I would like to try it for myself. Thank-you!!

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  124. Love to try the 28wt and then the 40!

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  125. I'd love to try the 28wt and then the 40!

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  126. I already have some 40wt from Aurifil and love it. I plan on doing more machine quilting and would like to try the 28wt.

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  127. This is very fun:) I want to try 28!

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  128. I would love to try some different thread weights! I love Aurifil thread. I've only used 50wt for piecing so would bew happy to try any other weight!
    Lauratawney7@gmail.com

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  129. I love the 50w - use it all the time, but I really want to try the 28w - I've seen some amazing quilting with it.

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  130. I was just discussing the crazy way threads are numbered in an embroidery class today. I want to try the 50 weight thread. I've never used Aurifil, but I hear great things.

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  131. I haven't tried Aurifil thread yet & would love to try the 50wt. Thanks for the review & the lovely giveaway.

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  132. Beautiful quilting! I'd start with the 28 weight and then work my way up.

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  133. I'd like to try the 40wt on the quilting I have on deck. :)

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  134. I have a baby quilt that I'd love to use with the 40 wt. thread. Happy Holidays!

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  135. I'd like to try the 28wt Aurifil thread. I make tote bags for my group, World of Charity Stitching and I think this thread would be perfect.

    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  136. I would like to try the 28wt Aurifil thread. Thanks

    sharoned11@gmail.com
    mssharonsquiltshop.blogspot.com

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  137. I would love to try any but that 12 wt is intriguing.

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  138. I would love to try the 50wt for piecing to see if it helps with lint.

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  139. Hi there, I'd love to try the 28wt, I have only tried the 50 and 40 before, it would be great to have a sample of the 28 to play with!

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  140. I haven't tried any Aurifil yet (gasp!), but I think the 28wt would be helpful when I try to make a yoga strap for my mat.

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  141. I use the 50 wt often for my free motion quilting(it is awesome!!)...would love to try something heavier for red-work. I usually use a DMC floss...but would love to see how the Aurifil thread would look in the wall-hanging I'm designing. Thanks for the chance to win this thread!!

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  142. Would love the chance to try out these threads. Not sure what weight I would try first as I always have such a variety of projects on the go.

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  143. I'm a huge Aurifil fan already, but my local quilt shop only carries a limited range of colors in 50 wt. I'd love to try a heavier weight for some thread sketching that I have in the project pipeline!

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  144. I’ve used the 28wt to quilt, and it worked really well for that project, but I would love to try out the 40wt on projects where I don’t want the quilting to stand out quite so much! My LQS doesn’t carry the 40 or 50—just the 28, which seems quite weird to me.

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  145. I'd try the 50wt... just cuz I can. :)

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  146. I love Aurifil and I pretty much use it exclusively. So far I've only used the 50wt, so I would like to try out the 40wt for quilting.

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  147. Thanks for the opportunity to try your threads! I'd like to try the 28wt for some bold edging.

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  148. Would love to try the 40wt. Thanks so much!

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  149. Aurifil is one of the best threads ever! I'd love the 50wt, beautiful results!

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  150. I love Aurifil thread for piecing and quilting. I'd love the 50wt!! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  151. I would love the 50wt. I quilt everyday and it is so frustrating to have the thread break over and over again. As a charity quilter, I sometimes make a quilt a day and this thread just might be my answer to prayers!
    compassionatequilter at rocketmail dot com

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  152. Ohhh, I'd love to try Aurifil, no one in my area has even heard of it. I would like to try the heavier weight for piecing, but truly would love to try the wool for my wool appliques! Thanks for the chance.
    wyattbren at aol dot com

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  153. I would love to try the 50wt for piecing. Thanks for the chance.

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  154. I'd love to try Aurifil! Thanks for the opportunity.
    Cenewby at gmail dot com

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  155. I would have to say that I'd try either the 40wt or 50wt first. I'm a hand-piecer & these weights are both perfect for that. (And it'd give me that not-so-difficult nudge to start a new project. Ha!)

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  156. guess the 40 or the 28 - It would be fun to play with something heavier!

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  157. I'd like to try some hand embellishments with the 12 weight cotton.

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  158. I'd love to try the 40 weight.

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  159. I'd love to try the 28 wt. Dying to use some heavier threads and these look very cool.
    Dana

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  160. Would love to give these threads a try!

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  161. I would really like to try these threads as they seem to have got a big mention in blogland! Thank you for the giveaway.
    judithlynes(at)btinternet(dot)com

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  162. hmmm...blue thread and blue in the quilt. i see a trend :)

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