Sunday, March 25, 2012

Sulky Blendables #4007 ~ Red Brick

I do like the way this thread looks tatted up! I was reading the information on the color chart that I picked up at The Original Sewing and Quilting Expo, and I learned that the color changes in this thread occur every 2 1/2 - 5". I haven't looked closely to see if the changes are truly random as the information indicates, but I do like the flow!

The shuttle is Blue Diamond from LaCossette. Isn't it pretty? I am finding that these shuttles work best for me when I'm using size 40 thread... is that normal? I wonder if the thread binds up on the bobbin because of the way I'm winding it. Does anyone have any insight? I do love the light weight of these shuttles, and the crochet hook in the end makes joining a breeze!

...and now I have another set of motifs to send off to Chris and Erin Hinton to be made into Tatted Shuttles. I have no idea how long it takes for Chris to make these shuttles, but they do turn out nice and I think they're well worth the wait. I can just imagine people admiring my tatting encased in epoxy 100 years from now! ; )

By the way, I've made the offer before, but everyone may not have seen it. If there are any of these Sulky Blendables threads that you would like to try, please let me know. Send me an email with your mailing information and the colors that appeal to you, and I will be happy to send samples of thread. The 30 wt. Sulky has 500 yards per spool. That's a lot of thread, and I'm pretty sure I won't have time to tat it all!


  1. Loving the sulky tattings! I bet they'll be gorgeous on the shuttles.

  2. Red is good!

    Curious about the binding up of the thread on the bobbin. Sometimes mine does this and I am not sure why or what I do that causes it.

    Would love to hear some comments on this...
    Fox : )

  3. Se ve maravilloso unos hilos estupendos.Besos.

  4. Wonderful!! So small... In order to work quickly,I've been using larger threads lately. Seems it would take a bit of reaclimating to get used to the smaller thread.

    Again, beautiful!

  5. I have missed several posts but did go backwards to see how wonderfully you are tatting all those beautiful Sulky threads. Every color is gorgeous. Your tatting is perfect and how great to be preserved into shuttles. Simply stunning dear...


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