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Superior Threads' Bad Habits Quilters Need To Quit

Superior Threads suggests that there are some things that quilters should stop doing. Do you have any of these bad habits? Learn what practices Superior recommends you should quit doing.

 

Here are the bad habits that quilter's need to quit, according to Superior Threads:

 

Not organizing your fabric scraps

 

Too much criticism

 

Cutting the same place on your mat

 

Sewing over pins

 

Not maintaining your machine

 

Unthreading the machine incorrectly

 

Using dull cutting tools

 

Using low-quality thread and fabrics

 

Click Here, or the photo below, to learn more about why you should quit these bad habits.

 

 

superior threads ten things quilters should not do

 

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LuciaQSantos
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Yes, Laurie Rosenbaum is correct. If you just pull the spool out, the thread will bring the lint into the tension discs. Learned it the hard way...

Alisa Davis
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After snipping the thread close to the spool, put the new spool on, tie the two together and pull through to the needle. Not sure if Superior Threads or BERNINA would approve, just something I do to save time when changing colors.

Barbara Stephenson
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How does one unthread a machine incorrectly? I have a Singer Featherweight and a BERNINA 770.
Barbara

Laurie Rosenbaum    Barbara Stephenson
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According to their website, we should snip the thread close to the spool and then pull it out through the needle.

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