Coats & Clark Thread!

Happy Friday everyone and welcome to this week’s edition of Freebie Friday!

This week we’re giving away a large grab bag of thread from Coats & Clark. This package contains about 30 spools of thread of varying types and weights:

– Dual Duty XP General Purpose is sized for most hand and machine sewing needs. Use on all fibers, knits or wovens.

– Dual Duty XP Fine is a fine, but strong thread. Use for pucker-free seams in lightweight & silky fabrics.

– Dual Duty Plus Hand Quilting is designed as a strong, all-purpose hand quilting thread. Because it has a glace finish, it does not tangle, knot or twist while hand sewing. The glace finish also reduces abrasion on the thread which can cause fraying.

– Cotton Covered thread provides quilters with a thread that has the luster of natural cotton and the strength of polyester. This 35 wt thread has a 3-ply construction which gives extra strength, smoothness, and excellent stitch definition.

Leave a comment below to be entered to win (one comment per person), and we’ll pick a winner next week. Have a great weekend!

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104 thoughts on “Coats & Clark Thread!

  1. Wow! Just in time. I have a ton of sewing to do and I love the Coats and Clark threads and it is not just because my brother’s name is Clark.

  2. I have used Coats & Clark thread since I started sewing many, many years ago. It still has a place in my sewing room. Great quality, great colors! Thanks for the chance to win some.

  3. Oh, how I love this site! With economics what they are, I’m grateful for all the freebies you offer. I had to cancel my subscription to the magazine, so this site is a real God-send!

    Suzi Wollman

  4. Boy!! Can I use thread!! I’m always sewing a button on, or hemming something, or sewing something up. I’m always rummaging through my sewing machine drawers, looking for thread. Half the time, I don’t have the color I need, or I’m out of a certain color. I live in the country, and you can’t just run up to the store to get what you need when you run out. This is a great giveaway!!

  5. After taking a class in “reverse-applique-Mola-from Panama”, I am using general purpose, sewing thread (2 strands) to embroider seaweed on a mola-style wall hanging featuring fish.

    Has anyone else done this?

    I use a bit of wax to “tame” the strands of thread.

  6. I am enjoying a class in reverse applique and we are hand sewing Mola-Panama wall hangings, etc. I use 2 strands of general purpose thread to emboider “seaweed” on a fish-theme wall hanging. Thanks for the blog.

  7. What a great idea!!

    Nowadays, I buy only the necessary and basic threads. Only what I already know will do the job. What a great opportunity to try out these new threads and stock up a little at the same time. Thanks, Barbara

  8. Thread has come a long way since the only thing I did was play with the spool once the thread was gone. (One of my favorite childhood toys.)

    Though we have better fibers and threads and more colors to use, we really pay the price.

    Thankfully Coats and Clark have kept theirs reasonable and as such, make them my favorite threads. Thank you Coats and Clark.

  9. Thread has come a long way since the only thing I was doing with the thread was playing with the spool once the thread was gone. (One of my favorite childhood toys.)

    We now have more fibers, threads, and colors to choose from but we do pay a price for this.

    Thankfully Coats and Clark has kept their prices reasonable and as such, makes them my favorite thread maker. Thank you Coats and Clark.

  10. Yes, Yes, more thread! Ready to start my next quilting project, but these would allow for some extra embellishing esp with the embroidery threads. Oh happy day!

  11. What an awesome way to support all of us seamstresses, as the one thing you cannot do without is thread. My passion is sewing as my best friend calls sewing our valium to cope with everyday stress. I hope everyone enjoys sewing as much as I do. thanks for the opportunity to win.

  12. I was planning to buy Coats and Clark thread on my next trip to the fabric store…it would be great if I won some instead. I’ll keep my fingers crossed!!

  13. I was planning to buy Coats and Clark thread on my next trip to the fabric store…it would be great if I won some instead. I’ll keep my fingers crossed!!

  14. It’s time to pick a winner for this entry of Freebie Friday!

    The random number generator has chosen egwagner as our winner this time! Congrats egwagner! Check your messages in a couple of minutes (click conversations in the upper-right corner of the site) for more details.

    Thanks for playing everyone! We’ll see you again on Friday!

  15. Growing up, I spent many hours trailing my Mother in the fabric store. I always had a great memory for colors and so when she needed thread but forgot to bring a fabric scrap, I could always pick the right color. I miss those days with my Mom.

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