Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Giveaway Day: Aurifil Thread

You know what's better than a giveaway? Two giveaways! I'm so glad you came to visit, that I'm having another giveaway. You may be the lucky winner of five spools of Aurifil 28 weight thread, which is very suitable for hand sewing, or stitching that you want to be noticed.
 I'm offering up five vibrant hues of saturated yumminess!
In case you missed what all the hype is about, it's Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day.
If you were already in the know, and that's where you came from, welcome. Feel free to take a look around. There are some great features here including tutorialsfree patterns, a linky party collection, and a quilt-along listing
Now, let's get down to business. Enter using the widget below. 


If you missed my other giveaway, go on over and get entered. While you are at it, learn about my upcoming linky party.


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157 comments:

  1. I use 60 for piecing and 30 for quilting.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  2. awesome giveaway! I use 60 wt cotton for piecing, and 40 wt polyester, 30 wt polyester, 12 wt polyester, and 100 weight silk for quilting. You can never have too much thread!

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  3. mostly 40! thanks for the chance!!

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  4. I use 50 wt for pieceing and either 50 or 28 wt. for quilting. Thank you :)

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  5. Either 40 or 50wt! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  6. Mostly 40wt., sometimes 60 wt. for fine machine stitching.
    donnalee1953 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  7. Mostly 50wt. Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  8. 50 wt is what i use! thanks!

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  9. I have only used the 50 wt. I would love to try other weights, but they are hard to find.

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  10. Mostly 50wt on top for piecing. Thanks for such a generous giveaway! Tpott@optonline.net

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  11. I'd love to win some Aurifil. Thanks.

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  12. I use 50 for piecing and 28 and 12 for hand quilting.

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  13. I use 50wt most of the time, but today I really wanted some 28wt in white. I think I have 12wt in white...maybe my machine won't hate me too much for using it.

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  14. I prefer 50 wt. thread for piecing blocks when making a quilt. duchick at gmail dot com

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  15. My go to weight for piecing and quilting is 40wt, but I've used everything from 100wt silk to 12 wt...I'm a thread junkie!

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  16. I regularly use Aurifil 50 wt. for piecing, but would love to try the 28.
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  17. I use a lot of 50 wt, 40 wt and 30 wt,,,,but I just love thread.

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  18. I usually use 50 wt for machine piecing and 40 for hand piecing. I bought some perle cotton sz 8 for a big stitching project in 2016.

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  19. I like to use a 50wt for piecing and a 12wt for topstitching!

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  20. I use 50wt for piecing and various weights for quilting (50, 40, 28).

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  21. 50 wt, too. sewinawe (at) gmail (dot) com

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  22. I use Aurifil 50 exclusively.

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  23. i typically use 50 wt but am willing to try new ones!

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  24. I always use 50wt 100% cotton. Mainly cause I don't do heavier stuff!
    Thanks for the giveaaway
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  25. I use 50 wt for quilting and piecing.

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  26. I usually use 50 weight but have wanted to try the 28. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  27. 50 weight.
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  28. mostly 50 wt. thanks for the chance.

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  29. I think it's 40 wt - I like to have the stitches show when I FMQ. Thanks for the chance.

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  30. I have no idea what weight of thread I use! I'm such a noob!

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  31. I tend to use 50 wt . Would love to try these, gorgeous colours !
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  32. I use 12w for embroidery all the time love it

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  33. Mostly 50wt. but that's because I don't have many 28wt. colors :)

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  34. I am such a newby I don't yet have a favorite weight!
    Thank you for this giveaway opp -
    q.piper at hotmail dot com

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  35. I don't know what weight I use. I have a bag of threads I was given with my machine and I use those!

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  36. Oh dear I don't really pay attention I'll have to educate myself!!

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  37. I use 30 and 50 wt cotton threads mostly. These ones look lovely. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  38. For piecing 50 wt....for quilting 40 wt.

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  39. I love to use 50wt, Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  40. I use 40 or 50 wt. Perfect for all-round sewing :)

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  41. 50 wt is definitely my favorite. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  42. I use 50 weight white. I know I need color in my life! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  43. I just 40 or 50 for just about everything!

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  44. I don´t have idea what weight of thread I use but know the meters, 250m or 500m.I buy thread and say for what I want it .

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  45. I use 50 wt thread most of the time but I would love to try something heavier like the 28 wt

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  46. I have not tried Aurifil thread yet. Maybe someday I will be lucky enough to win Aurifil thread or maybe Santa will surprise me and there will be a couple of Aurifil spools of thread for me. Anyways, your giveaway sounds just perfect to me. So, thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway and the awesome chance to try and win these. Happy Holidays.

    Sandi Timmons
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  47. I generally use 50wt for piecing and 40wt for quilting.

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  48. I really don't know what weight I use! I have always wanted to try Aurifil thread though.

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  49. I'm not entirely sure. I use guttermanns and i'm guessing it's 50?

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  50. I'm not entirely sure. I use guttermanns and i'm guessing it's 50?

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  51. I use 50 for piecing and embroidery thread for hand stitching.

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  52. I use mostly 50 weight.

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  53. I use 50 for piecing and 40 or 28 for quilting.

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  54. I use 50 mainly. Not sure of the weight of my topstitching threads but I would guess they're about 30.

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  55. I just heard about a hand stitching event a friend is going to have on her blog in early 2016 & these would be perfect. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  56. 50, usually, sometimes 40

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  57. 50 for quilting!
    quiltpatchappli at gmail.com

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  58. 50wt mostly, but sometimes 40wt for quilting or bag making
    rtgandy at gmail

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  59. I use 50wt almost all the time.

    Awesome giveaway!

    Thanks for a chance to win!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. 50 wt for piecing but plan to try 30 wt for "get noticed" applique.

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  61. I use 50 wt for piecing, and I would love to try thicker thread for special effects quilting. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  62. I usually use 50 wt for piecing and 40 for quilting but it would be fun to try the 28 wt.
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  63. I mostly use 50 but have used 40 and 12 before.

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  64. Mostly 50 wt.
    dragonfly9716(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  65. Either 40 or 50 wt aurifil -- depending on the project!

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  66. I'm not really sure what the weight of thread I use is.

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  67. So far (a 67 year old beginner!), I've only use 50 wt, but I already know that I love Aurifil. I spent some time wandering around your site--what a gifted quilter you are. Your finishes are beautiful, and I discovered your delightful sense of humor as I read different posts and tutorials. I love "meeting" young whippersnappers like you who have so much to teach me! :),

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  68. I use mainly 50 weight. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  69. I have never used Aurifil thread...and don't know about weight of threads...sorry. Would love to win tho! Thanks for the chance!

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  70. I use 50 wt for piecing and 40 wt for FMQ

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  71. I use 50 for sewing and 12 for embroidery.

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  72. I use 50 wt!
    rose(dot)minn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  73. I'm not sure? I just use the Gutermann thread from JoAnn. But I'm not much of a quilter, I sew more clothing.

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  74. I use Aurifil 50wt for piecing & quilting but would love to try the 28wt.

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  75. I use 50wt but want to try others
    sushikrazy@hotmail.com

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  76. I use 50 wt, but haven't tried others. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

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  77. I use 50 wt great giveaway thanks

    clemonssarah7 at gmail dot com

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  78. 50 wt. for piecing, and lately I've done most all my hand quilting in pearle cotton.

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  79. I don't always sew with aurifil but when I do it's been 50 wt

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  80. I usually use 40 or 50wt on my machine, I like to bind with a heavier weight like 30 or 28wt. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  81. A girl can never have too much thread!

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  82. I use 40wt n 50 wt thread more :)

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  83. I've never used Aurifil, so I'm not familiar with all the different weights. I usually just use all-purpose Gutterman, as it's what's locally available to me. Thanks for the chance to win! jgemeroy(at)gmail(dot)com

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  84. I have only ever used 50 wt.

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  85. I think most of mine is 40 and 50.

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  86. 50 weight for piecing. 40 or 50 for quilting. 28 for topstitch or raw edge applique.

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  87. I use all types of thread, 50 wt to piece, lighter to applique, metallics to quilt
    LeeAnna at email leeannaquilts at gmail dot com

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  88. I Manley use 50wt but would love to try something else

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  89. Mostly I stick with 50.

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  90. Like many others I mostly use 50 wt. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  91. I like 50wt.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  92. I mainly use 50 but I've used 28 & love it...need more!

    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  93. I use mainly 50wt. :) Would love to try some 28wt.

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  94. I have been using 50 wt, would LOVE to try this pretty pretty 28 wt.

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  95. I use 50 wt. for piecing, and will use a variety of wts. for quilting, depending on the project and what effects I want.

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  96. I use 50 wt for piecing and quilting. Have wanted to make a quilt by hand so this prize would be great.

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  97. I had no idea that there even r different weights! Uh oh. Something to learn.
    Holly

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  98. I use 50 wt Aurifil for piecing and quilting

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  99. 50 weight buut I like 40 weight better but not everyone stocks it.

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  100. 60WT IS NICE FOR PIECING+40WT FOR EVERYTHING ELSE! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  101. 50wt and 12 wt and always Aurifil!

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  102. I don't know! I just use basic guterman all purpose...
    seramiabelle(at)gmail(dot)com

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  103. I use mostly 50 wt for everything

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  104. Usually 40 or 50 wt :)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. I use mostly 50 wt but just bought some 40 wt to give it a try.

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  106. Honestly, I have never noticed.

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  107. 40 or 50 wt for piecing and 28 or something in the teens for quilting depending on the look I'm going for.

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  108. I'm with Michelle--that's something I don't pay much attention to.
    livingincolorblog(at)outlook(dot)com

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  109. 50 wt for most things. Would love to try this weight though! Gretahoneycutt (at) gmail (dot) com

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  110. I use 50 weight most of the time.

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  111. I usually use 50 wt for everything,

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  112. just starting to use this thread. can't wait to see if I win more.

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  113. I use a 50 wt for piecing an such but I love a nice thick thread for hand quilting. I like my hand work to be seen!

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  114. 50wt is my norm. Seems to handle everything!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  115. I've never tried specialty threads so I don't know what weight to use, but I'd love to start with this beautiful set~

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  116. I generally use 50 wt. Aurifil for everything. I'd like to try the 28 wt.

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  117. I use mostly 50 wt. and sometimes 40 wt.

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  118. I don't have a favorite weight!
    Thank you for giveaway

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  119. I haven't ever used Aurifill...YET :-)

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  120. Oh geez - I don't even know what weight thread I use! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. I'm ashamed to say I didn't know about different weights until now!

    harleydee @ gmail. com

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  122. I use 50 wt thread but have used 12 wt for hand quilting big stitches.

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  123. I use a variety of different weights depending on what I'm working on. For piecing I use 50 wt, but for machine quilting I use anything from 50 to 30 depending on how much I want the quilting to really show.

    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win!

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