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April Spools Day – Tame the Tangle

April Spools Day! We love spools here at Sulky so much that we put our hand embroidery thread on a spool! No more dealing with that tangled mess of floss, no more separating strands (one strand of our 12 Wt. Cotton thread equals two strand of regular embroidery floss) and no waste!

It’s the same, great, Sulky Solid Color and Blendables 12 wt. Cotton Thread you know and love – but on a “petite” 50 yd. snap-end spool.

sulky cotton petites thread

We all know the “threadaches” that can come with floss thread. Our Sulky Cotton Petites Thread are the perfect remedy. Here’s why:sulky cotton petites thread

  • One strand is equal to two strands of the typical embroidery floss
  • No separating threads
  • You can cut it to any length
  • No more tangled floss
  • Tidy storage
  • Available in 130 Solid Colors and 30 Multi-Color Blendables on 50 yd. Snap-end Spools

sulky cotton petites thread

Not to mention they are perfect for hand and machine work, including…

  • Hand Embroiderysulky cotton petites thread
  • Applique
  • Quilting
  • Cross Stitch
  • Crazy Patchwork
  • Couching
  • Hand Sashiko
  • Blanket Stitch
  • Needlepunch
  • Candlewicking
  • Smocking
  • Heirloom Sewing
  • Redwork
  • Bobbin Work
  • and much, much more!

Tame the Tangle! Today only, get each of our 12 Wt. Cotton Petites Thread Dream Assortment kits for only $79.99.*Offer ends at midnight EDT. 



Happy April Spool’s Day!

One Comment

  • Teresa

    Love the Sulky 12 wt spools! I’ve been collecting them for a few years, I keep them in a special plastic “pencil box” with a pack of embroidery needles and a small pair of scissors. Soon I’m going to have to move up to a larger box. ;o)

    I’m aiming to do some hand embroidered accents on linen clothing that I want to make for myself – mostly tunics to wear with slacks. My Viking Quilt Designer machine has some nice embroidery stitches that work well with the Sulky 12 wt and I have made three baby quilts and sold them – bluework, redwork, and pinkwork. Hand embroidery takes time, but it’s a wonderful way to relax and wind down.

    Love the Sulky products and the blog.
    Teresa in North Carolina

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