• Countdown to Christmas

    Cross-Stitch Christmas Countdown Calendar

    Have Yourself a Cross-Stitch Christmas by Chrissy Callahan Create a fun cross-stitch Christmas countdown calendar using needle and thread! This exclusive Sulky design, created by TurtleBunny Creations, is available with purchase of the Sulky Silver Bells handwork mini palette. It comes with five coordinating 12 wt. Cotton Petites™ thread spools and a spool of Sulky Holoshimmer™ Metallic.   Cross-stitch with 12 wt. cotton Petites is the answer to no more tangles thread skeins! Stored on a convenient snap spool, this heavyweight thread is great for all sorts of handwork, cross-stitch included. Plus, it’s also usable in a sewing machine when paired with a 100/16 Top Stitch needle. Learn more about…

  • 10 Uses for Sulky Cotton petites Thread

    Cotton Petites Thread: Top 10 Uses for Sewing Projects

    Top 10 Uses for Sulky Cotton Petites™ Thread Sulky 12 wt. Cotton Petites thread is a great thread choice for so many sewing applications. The thread is heavyweight, 12 wt. to be exact, comes in myriad colors (even Blendables®) and one strand equals two strands of traditional embroidery floss. HANDWORK vs MACHINE SEWING Yes, you can use this heavyweight thread for hand or machine sewing. For serging, try this thread in the loopers for a full coverage rolled hem or decorative blanket edging. For machine embroidery, try this thread in “heavy,” “fur” or “brushed” designs (just don’t brush the design out; use Sulky Filaine to achieve that effect). For standard…

  • spring cross-stitch pillow

    Cross-Stitch Pillow Project + New Video Series

    Counted Cross-Stitch Pillow by Chrissy Callahan or TurtleBunny Creations   Cross-stitch is making a comeback (or did it ever leave?)! We’re loving all the cross-stitch creations being made with Sulky 12 wt. Cotton Petites Thread. Yes, that’s right! You can use Sulky Cotton Petites (solids and Blendables®) for all handwork projects, including cross-stitch. One strand of this thread equals two strands of traditional embroidery floss. And, it comes on a snap spool, meaning you can pop the top of the spool up to store the thread end after it’s cut. No more messing around with tangled floss! After handwork, you can then use the thread on your machine, too. About…