Thanks for this great tip. I surely could have used this with my Christmas stars. Now I can try it with my Easter decorations.
Thankyou! I would love to know where I can get the noodles from. I used to see them all the time in packaging but not lately.
I can't get the video, what is the web site? Sounds informative.
I found it and I had viewed it sometime ago. Thanks for refreshing.
yes, this is a very old posting.
Thank you, very interesting
Thanks for the link.
you are welcome. *4U
Did you forget that JerriLyn (Jrob) (or was it SimplyRosie?) gave us this tip in projects a couple of years ago?? I've been using it ever since.
Hugs and Roses, Meganne
You are right Meg - Jerrilyn had a posting and so did I - mine - this one was posted in May 2009.
Wonderful Shirlene this is very helpful.
Thanks for sharing. Great idea. I have not tried to emb with the metallic thread yet. but will try some soon I think.
very good idea must try it .
thank you this is another tip to pass on
Glad someone was able to locate the correct video. The tips were great!
Thanks very much for this tip.
you are welcome
arh! thought I had heard of this before, now I see this is an old post...good for all to see again...thanks shirlene....
Hehehe - yes, an old posting - someone brought it back up - the newbies can now view it, too.
neat site! Wow lots of information, also some free designs, love the baby bottle and saying. thanks
Deb, glad you were able to find some extra things, too.
Wonderful Shirlene! Thanks so much. I saved this site to my favorites.
Good deal Nadyne.
Thanks Shrilene. Learned something new from that
Mildred, I am so glad you did - isn't it wonderful to find an old post and have it still usuable?
Thanks Shirlene, will have to try it soon, I've shunned away from metalic thread because of the breakage.
Once you get a good metallic thread in a large spool - with a way to handle it - they are really nice to stitch with.
why can I not find the video that you posted for metallic thread? I am new to this- I'm not sure of where to go! Thanks-Marge
Marge, welcome to the CUTE family - go to:
Thanks Shirlene. I hope to send this link to the top. Marg
Great Tip! Thanks
colleta, you are welcome.
Ohhhh, thank you for sharing this video Shirlene, I usually have trouble with metallic threads. Hopefully....no more though.
Ardith, I do hope that it helps - *4U
Thanks for the tip, Shirlene, and the video. Sometimes it's easier to see something done, than just to be told about it. Good work! Hugs, Marji
Marji, thank you so much - *4U
Thanks Shirlene - great tips for Metallic thread. I have been using the thread from behind the machine which seemed o.k. but this extra hint with the packaging polystyrene will surely make it run smoother.
Love and blessings Chris
Chris, thank you - *4U LQQK forward to viewing something with metallic thread from you soon.
Thanks Shirlene, that makes it much more clear when you see it on video.
Carla, I am glad it help you, too! *4U
Thank you great tips
oaro, you are welcome.
Now, I know why my metallics break, I am using too small of spool, I guess.
Sarah Rose, there you go. *4U
thank you for the link shirlener great idea to use the foam will have to try it.
Marlene, I haven't found the need for it yet - but if I do - at least I will know what to use - Hehehe! Enjoy! *4U
Hi Shirlene, were is the video, sorry for asking, I do not see it. Thanks!
No worries dear - you click on the link and the video come up. I hear that you may have to sign in to view it.
Sylvie, you are welcome - *4U
Great tips! Thanks
Denise, you are welcome - *4U
Thank you great video!
Glad that you enjoyed it - *4u
Neat tip - thanks for posting this.
I wonder if this also might work for regular thread.
Last weekend I was stitching with a large spool of thread and it seemed like too much was un-winding off the spool and it would kink before it went through the thread path. I use a thread stand like the one in the video.
Eugina, I use that same stand, too. I guess - it sure wouldn hurt to try it. Hehehe! *4U
I didn't realize that you had to sign up - to view this - sorry - if that is to difficult to view this.
I can't watch it without signing up :(. I don't mind giving my email and creating password, but I can't understand why a website needs personal info, like a birthdate?
Daisy, I don't remember giving mine. But I wanted the newsletter to come to my email address. Sorry!
Merci; *4u! Peanuts!?
Thank you Shirlene...I would have never thought of a styrofoam peanut...WOW!
Linda, I had not used it myself - because I wasn't having any trouble with my metallic thread - but I do remember it was shared her by Jerrilyn a while back. *4U
Thank you very much Shirlene, I will look at that video 10 or 20 times, and I hope that I will understand thanks to the picture. I have not understand what is this little white piece where she put the thread,after the great rod. I have not such a thing????
It's a piece of styrofoam, used for filling up packages. In Europe it is replace by other products, like the air-filled bubbles, but any piece of foam will do.
Claude, I can understand how you might not be able to figure out what it is - with the difference in lanquages - but as Martine has said any piece of foam would work.
Nice, Sirlene. Jerrilyn mentioned it quite a while ago, but now people can see what she meant.
Oh yes, this was entered here - just because of the video - as it had been talked about before by Jerrilyn. Thank you! *4U
Can't even spell your name properly, sorry!
I use the largest spool and the thread stand in front of mine - with no problem usually with my metallic thread.
go to the web site to watch the video here:
you have to be a member to watch this???????
Gee, I don't think so - will it not come up for you?
no it wouldn't.
It has been mentioned that you may have to sign in to view the video.