Metro is the tops for me so far, tried the Maderia Rayon my Baby Lock did not like it at all. Now I am stuck with a big case of it I can't use. Sara
Hi Sara, do you still have the Madeira Rayon thread and would you be interested in selling them. Ellen in Nova Scotia
I get my Maderia thread from AllStitch Embroidery Supplies
I use RA and buy it from RedRockThreads.com. Postage is cheap $4.00 per order or less if only one or two spools (actual shipping cost). Have had great service from this company and highly recommend
I always use Poly thread because it will not fade, which can not be said for Rayon.
Long Creek Mills, 108 South Webb St., Gastonia, NC 28052 Toll Free: 1.866.869.6651 - great thread at great prices. i.e., Poly-5500 yrds @ $4.00 a spool and Poly-1100 yrds @ $2.00 a spool. They make the thread at this location. Call they will send you a color chart, and then you can spend, spend, spend. Hope this helps...
Fran in New Jersey
I use www.MetroEm.net the prices are great and I know I can get them again and again, I tried some through ebay and didn't really care for them then I found Metro and with the sales they have and my machine has no problems with it so I have stuck with them.
My machine is picky about thread but the thread from metro works great & is a great price.
Try embroidery supplys they have isocord thread. That's where I buy it. I also love the thread, it works so well and doesn't lint or break. Good luck! Suzanne
I get mine from www.buyembroiderysupplies.com they have Marathon and Robison Anton. They also have a really cool Facebook page
I order Maderia from Discount Embroidery Supply.com. They have other threads and supplies in general. I find them cheaper and like the shipping charges.
I buy all my thread from Marathon America. Great prices if you buy at least $30 per order.
Well dd I must say u have a lot of choices, I think I'm going to try some of these I've never heard of. My machine doesn't like sulky to much, but I use RA, Maderia, radient, tri-lobal from Wal mart, tetrex(came from ebay) what ever I can get at the lowest prices. *4U
Great question...I usually buy mine through Thread Art, but after reading some of the responses I think I am going to try MetroEm.net.It sounds like the best deal. i was paying $3.99 for the 5000mm spools there but Metro has them on sale right now for $1.99.
I am so glad that you asked this question. I like the responses.
I get mine from www.MetroEm.net. There is an amazing sale right now. The thread sews out and looks like rayon because the thread color is amazing. The customer service is superb, and I am so impressed with the current sale. I'm considering ordering a 2nd set of the large cones, just because of the price.
Hope this message isn't too late. Just check out the site.
I checked out this site and placed an order to update my color selection. Thanks for the link. Teresa
I use madeira threads and usually get them online from Joann's.
I have all brands but I like Marathon Threads . the quality is good and the price is reasonable. A flower for you.
I buy a lot of thread from Terradon Embroidery. They have great prices, and I really like the thread.
I use sulky and maderia and I buy on line since i live in a tiny town with no fabric stores. Walmart only carries Coats and my machine doesn't like it.
I buy Marathon but then I'm in South Africa. I like it very much both the rayon & the poly. I found a place in USA that makes its own thread and the price seems reasonable. Maybe you would like to try it out. If somebody does use it I would like to know what it is like. *4u Link added.
I have bought thread from Long creek Mills in Gastonia,N.C. It stitches out nicely and is the nearest thing to Robinson Anton Threads. You can buy Robinson Anton at www.shopersrule.com
Thanks for letting me know.
This is such a good question. I love Isacord, but it is pricey. But... I have gotten threads from ebay! Yet, I have been considering Marathon threads. I have heard that they are good. Has anybody here used it?
I buy R & A from ShoppersRule, you save heaps on special (package deal) prices, plus for members (free newsletter) they have "make an offer" and no reasonable offer is refused, they also have a great thread club and lots of fabulous specials on stabilisers, needles, t-shirts, you name it.
I just placed another large order with them and i sent them my (cheap Dragon) thread samples for them to match up the colours for me in R&A. They also have those fabulous Enviro tubes, you get them free with package deals or can buy individually, great thread protection from light, dust & heat. hugs and roses, all, M
Thanks for the link. Always love a bargian
EBAY IS THE WAY!!!tha's what I do.I can get you the email of the girl that I buy from, but pretty much all you have to do is look around, they have all kind of embroidery threads.
I still use the Isacord thread and get it from embsupplies.com. Probably a little pricy, but I know it is good. I'm trying to find a supplier for Maderia in single cones and not having any luck. Anyone out know of one?
I have used this site, Allstitch LLC
Allstitch.net has the best price on Organ needles. they will sell at wholesale prices to any one. I especially like the Titanium needles. Once you use them, you won't use anything else. I look up what I want on the website, but I call the order in by phone 410-646-0382 because my computer firewall won't let me place the order on line. No big deal, they are aware of the problem.
ebay ebay ebay all the way lol i use the company radiant threads
I buy my threads at Ebay, very happy with them. Flower and XoXo
I have a dealer that sells Robison-Anton and Floriani, that's where I get mine. Been thinking about BFC Creations, though, anybody go to BFC Stash? They have both rayon and poly thread they use on all thier sew-outs, which are just gorgeous, and the thread is really inexpensive! If anyone has tried it, let me know, ok? They have an unbelievable palette of colors. Thanks & good luck, Marji
That's a good question wanna know too!
I usually get mine from ebay a seller called M & K Enterprises, they have those really large spools of Maderia threads at super prices, also grab em when they are on sale at JoAnns for 50% off.
JoAnns have coupons every month, 40
to 50% off, you can use two coupons on each visit at most stores.