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Which Threads Are Best for Quilting and Patchwork? - About.com
Use my thread guide to learn about the numerous types of threads available to quilters, and which threads work best for patchwork, applique and more.
http://quilting.about.com/od/stepbystepquilting/tp/thread-tips-quilting.htm
Embroidery Threads - About Embroidery
Threads for embroidery are available in a wide range of fibers, colors, types and weights. Your choice of threads will depend on the type of fabric used, the fabric ...
http://embroidery.about.com/od/Embroidery-Tools_Supplies/tp/Embroidery-Threads.htm
Superior Threads - Sewing - About.com
Wonderful information from a class by Superior Threads at the 2002 Puyallup Sewing Expo. A must read for understanind thread, needles and solving sewing ...
http://sewing.about.com/library/weekly/blsuperior.htm
Weave-In Warp Threads on Loom Beadwork - About.com
Turn each warp bar toward the middle of the loom until the warp threads on both ends are completely unwound. If you used the winding method to warp your ...
http://beadwork.about.com/od/loombeading/tp/How-To-Weave-In-Warp-Threads-On-Loom-Beadwork.htm
Superior Threads Company - Sewing - About.com
Superior Thread is a supplier of sewing thread in many forms. Learn more about Superior Threads and what Superior Threads has to offer with the information ...
http://sewing.about.com/od/sewingthread/p/superiorthread.htm
Blending Threads - Needlepoint - About.com
Threads combined for use on standard needlepoint canvases containing 12 holes per inch or less need to be either narrow, or separable - otherwise combining ...
http://needlepoint.about.com/od/needlepointknowhow/f/combiningcolors.htm
What Is a Byssal (Byssus) Thread? - Marine Life - About.com
Byssal, or byssus threads are strong, silky fibers made from proteins that are used by mussels to attach to rocks, pilings, or other substrates.
http://marinelife.about.com/od/glossary/g/byssalthread.htm
Grouping Conversation Threads in Windows Mail or Outlook
See previous messages in a conversation right next to the new ones — automatically arranged by Windows Mail or Outlook Express.
http://email.about.com/od/windowsmailtips/qt/group_by_thread.htm
One Second Needle - Sewing Needle that Threads Itself - As Seen ...
The One Second Needle is an As Seen on TV product that could appeal to anyone who dreads threading a hand sewing needle. Read this review to decide if ...
http://sewing.about.com/od/pinsneedles/a/One-Second-Needle-Sewing-Needle-That-Threads-Itself.htm
Saffron Storage and Forms - Home Cooking - About.com
Proper storage is essential for expensive saffron. Saffron threads may be re-used . Find out how.
http://homecooking.about.com/od/foodstorage/a/saffronstorage.htm
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