Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day

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The Aurifil Kate Spain Elements collection is a one of a kind mixed thread weight collection including eight spools of the perfect piecing 50wt thread and four spools of the fantastic all purpose 40wt thread that creates incredible quilting, garment construction and bag construction.  The 40wt is also a lovely hand piecing weight.  Kate’s collection features neutrals that will blend into your piece work and pops of color for those special quilting or topstitching touches!



This Sew Mama Sew Giveaway is for one winner to receive one large spool Kate Spain Elements Aurifil Collection!  This giveaway is open to all of our international friends!  A random winner will be chosen and announced 15 December!  To enter for your chance to win please follow the Rafflecopter prompts.  For your chance to win you are not required to submit all entries.  Please look through all of the options to find the ones that will work best for you and increase your chances of winning this amazing collection!

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  1. To be honest, I have no idea what my thread weight is. I haven’t tried Aurifil, and I don’t think the brand I use is labeled with weights.

  2. That’s a hard one, I love them all, but I use the 50wt. the most since I use it for all of the sewing and then the 40wt. for topstitching and quilting and then less and less of the others, But love them All and this box looks awesome!

  3. Oh! I use several different threads, depending on the project!… But, I most often use 50 weight thread, with 40 wt threads coming in a close second!!
    Thank you!
    Pat T.

  4. I’ve only used 50wt so far so I guess that’s my favorite! I do plan on trying the 40wt on a hand quilting project next year.

  5. I use the 50 weight most and love it but I do want to say that I love your 12wt when I do my embroidery, it is by far my favorite embroidery thread.

  6. I love auriful thread. just finished a craftsy quilt and it worked great. Thanks for the wonderful chance to win those gorgeous threads, Helen G. hrglover at hotmail dot com

  7. I resisted using Aurifil for a long time, as I’m wary of what may be just trends, but once I tried it I was hooked! It’s all I use now. It’s so smooth and easy to use, and definitely not a trend. It’s here to stay! 50 weight is my very favorite.

  8. I like 50 weight for general sewing, 40 weight for quilting when i want it to show. Have also used 12 weight for this. Like 100 wt silk for needle turn applique

  9. I normally just use regular weight, for my machine. I’m not familiar with these threads, so I’m intrigued.

  10. I can’t really decide between the 40 and 50wt threads. I use both of them for quilting. Aurifil is the only thread my machine really likes for quilting, so this is an awesome giveaway! Thank you.

  11. I have never had the chance to try Aurifil thread. I would like to be able to try and see for myself what it is like to see this thread on my sewing machine. I only use what is available at the local Sewing Store, which is an all purpose thread. This is, indeed, an incredible giveaway and the winner will be greatly appreciated. There is no better thread than Aurifil and thank you for being a part of the Sew Mama Sew Giveaway and the chance to win.

    Sandi Timmons

  12. I probably use the 50 wt the most for machine piecing, but love the others…wool for wool applique and 40 wt for topstitching and 12 wt for hand embroidery…who am I kidding…LOVE all things Aurifil.

  13. I have no idea about thread weights. Can only distinguish between the normal thread and the thread for hemming jeans haha… so much to learn still!

  14. Such pretty colours!! My go-to thread is 50 wt for piecing and machine quilting. For hand quilting, a chunky 12 wt is fun.

  15. I use the 50wt thread the most and keep lots of neutrals on hand. However, I also like heavier weight thread for definition and impact in a finished project.

  16. I a month still confused by tread weights. But I was introduced to Aurifil thread 4 years ago when I started quilting for twin grandsons! I love the way it sews and always use it. I am amazed at the gorgeous colors they make.

  17. Aurifil enables #CreativeGoodness. Love both your 50 and 40 wt threads for quilting and machine embroidery. Definitely want to build a stash of 12 wt for machine applique as I love the look (also looks excellent for hand applique, but I rarely do hand work).


  18. The 50 wt is the only one I have tried. I will have to try some of the other kinds. I really like what I have used.

  19. Love all of your threads, but 50wt is what I use the most. I do love using a 12wt in my machine though for accent stitching, it’s a lot of fun! Thanks for the chance to win this pack, love love love Kate Spain 🙂

  20. I LOVE the Aurifil 50 weight! I use it for piecing, binding (both sides via home machine) and quilting, also via home machine. I change my needle from Sharp 70 for piecing to Sharp 80 for the binding and quilting. There is simply no other thread I would consider using.

  21. I have the most of 50 wt for piecing and machine applique, but I also like 40 wt, and hope to have some 12 wt one of these days.

  22. I am just learning about the various weights and what they are for… but I do love the heavier weights for quilting for the extra texture. Thanks for the giveaway!

  23. I still feel like I’m new to sewing especially when I say, “There’s thread weight?” eeeep! I’ve wanted to try Aurifil for the longest time and would certainly help in learning all the inside pieces of sewing 🙂

  24. I love Aurifil 50wt for piecing and quilting, and prefer 40 wt when sewing clothes and if I want the quilting to show more. I do need more 40wt colors, though. I only have a few of the basics.

  25. Aurifil is my go to thread. 50 wt for piecing, 40 wt for quilting and 30 wt for a variety of stitching projects.
    I love your pinterest posts too!

  26. I use the 12 wt for hand stitcheries and the 40 wt for machine applique… and I’ve recently discovered I love using the 50 wt for quilting – love it all – thanks for the giveaway!

  27. I love your thread! I use 50 wt the most often. I have some floss I need to try too. Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

  28. I like 50 wt because it is a great all rounder- and I hope to experiment with some of the heavier weights soon

  29. I use Aurifil 50 wt thread for piecing and quilting. It’s the only weight I have found available in my town. My bobbins last a long time.

  30. Kind of weird but I love using button weight & upholstery weight thread. I’ve never used Aurifil so not sure what weight I’d like in that; the colors are lovely tho.

  31. I’ve not used Aurifil before and I am not familiar with the weights. We just use normal weight around here unless I am stitching up holes in the upholstery! 🙂

  32. I keep collecting 12 and 8 wt because it is so pretty. But I really only use 40wt. I need to challenge myself in 2016.

  33. I use 50 weight for piecing, I have never tried the 40 weight. I make lots of bags so I would love to try it.

  34. I use 50wt 100% cotton most of the time. I have just learned tho about 40wt for heavier projects and look forward to learning about i bought some glow in the dark thread…should be fun to learn about!

  35. I use 50 wt. Aurifil for piecing. Even though quilting uses tons of thread, I generally don’t buy special thread…just stick with the 50 wt. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  36. To be honest, I just started sewing and I am still sorting out through all the different threads. 🙂 It’s a lot to take in, but thanks for the giveaway!

  37. I usually use 50 WT. But sometimes use 30 and 40.
    This is an amazing prize. Would make a great gift or something to keep….I don’t have a anyone to give to that sews..:)

  38. I just started using aurifil 50 wt and I’m beginning to understand the hype. It is really smooth and helps my piecing. I haven’t tried the 40 wt yet.

  39. I’ve never used aurofil thread and would be thrilled to try any of the threads in your giveaway.
    Thank you for your generosity.
    Nancy, ndmessier @

  40. I use more 40 wt than any other weight thread. I like the 50 and 60wt for hand piecing hexies and such, and have occasionally used 100wt silk as well as 12 wt Aurifil, but 40 wt is my go to size.

  41. I use 50 most often. But I love the 40 for quilting and love the 28 when some glitzy look is needed on my quilt top.!

  42. I haven’t yet had the opportunity to try what looks to be amazing Aurifil threads. I’d try the 40 or 50 and see which I liked best for what I do. I’m so impressed by their range of colors.

  43. I LOVE the 50 weight for both piecing and quilting! I think I’ll be more comfortable quilting with the 40 weight once I get a little more practice under my belt. 🙂

  44. I use mainly 50 weight thread. I have been wanting to try this brand of thread. Thanks for the chance to win some thread

  45. I have never used Aurifil thread…so not sure what weight I use…or what different weight numbers mean… Would love to Win..thanks for the chance! 🙂

  46. I have to admit I never really thought about thread weight before, lol, I usually stick to general polyester unless I want to do top stitching, then I do enjoy some nice jean top stitching thread.

  47. I like the thicker thread for FMQing. I’m just a beginner, but do like seeing what I have sewn. Just finished a fun little project using up the bobbins from older projects so the end product has several colors of thread going thru it. What fun!

  48. I use 50/2 weight for all of my freemotionquilting. Once I tried the thread a couple of years ago, that was it…works beautifully every time and the selection of colours is great.

  49. I have only used or purchased 50wt for piecing. I’d love to try any of the other weights. Let’s begin with 40wt…. 😊

  50. 50 wt seems to work best for me, but I really like 40 wt also, it’s just harder to find. I’ve never tried Aurifil but I’ve heard it’s amazing.

  51. I’m a 50wt thread devotee – since trying Aurifil 50wt it’s all I use for piecing & quilting. Thanks for the chance to win.

  52. Love Aurifil!!! Use both 50 and 40; but 50 the most. If I could have only one, it would be 50!! Great giveaway! Thanks!!

  53. 50 wt for piecing.
    Recently I was gifted w/some of your embroidery floss…primo!
    I hand stitched the sides of a fabric basket using it.

  54. I have heard 50 wt is the way to go … so will have to order some soon and find out if I have a new thread!

  55. I’m embarrassed to admit I didn’t realize there were different thread weights. I’ve always been interested in trying Aurifil so maybe this is the beginning of my education?

  56. I use a huge spool of Aurifil 50 wt on a spool holder to piece most of my quilts! I would love to win some more aurifil to use for machine quilting!

  57. im afraid i am not school in thread weight. I pretty much just use whatever i have on hand! thanks you for a chance to win some very highly recommended threads!

  58. I love using Aurifill 50 at for piecing (even helps the “piecing challenged” like me 🙂 ) but, I love love love using Aurifill 30 at when embellishing with decorative stitches on my sewing machine.