The World of Threads – Part 6

Wrap-Up and Miscellaneous

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5 thoughts on “The World of Threads – Part 6

  1. Let’s wrap up our discussion about the how the world of threads has changed over the last 50-60 years. Over the last several months, we have explored many types of threads made from various materials and/or fibers. I’ve noticed that over the last 5-10 years, people are using threads/fibers/materials not traditionally associated with any type of needlework or embroidery technique. I’m sure most of us have at least tried some type of thread or fiber that we have not yet explored, either on our own, part of a class kit or purchased kit.

    Please join the discussion and share, by replying here:
    • Look at your stash – are there any types of threads you use/have used that we have not discussed yet? If so, what are they and how did you use them?

  2. Please join the discussion and share, by replying here:
    • What are your favorite thread companies for any of the other types of threads you have identified?

  3. For our last challenge, we are going to take a little different approach and make it kind of a New Year’s Resolution challenge. It is two-fold, please consider doing one of both as a fun way to start the new year!

    CHALLENGE: 1) If you have not done any of the previous challenges, consider doing one and/or 2) consider repeating one of the challenges using a different thread or even one received as a holiday gift. If you need inspiration, check out the patterns identified with the challenge or other possibilities on our resources page (https://rmwebstitchers.org/exploring-threads-resources-and-websites/)

  4. Thank you for joining our exploration of various types of threads. We will be exploring other topics in the future. Please let us know what other topics you would like to explore by replying here!

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