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Trip Around the World Thread by Luana Rubin - Set of 10 - 40 Wt

Trip Around the World Thread by Luana Rubin - Set of 10 - 40 Wt
US$ 51.50 / each

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10 Assorted Designer Variegated Colors - 40 Wt - 500 Yd

YLI 'Trip Around the World' by designer Luana Rubin - Machine Quilting Thread Set. Includes ten colors: Rio de Janeiro, Sunny Provence, Maui Sunset, Paris Boutique, California Poppy, Kyoto Garden, Alaskan Twilight, Mediterranean, Havana Market, and Danube Blues. This thread is made from the finest long staple cotton found anywhere in the world. This mercerized quilting thread is made expressly for the machine, but hand quilters love it as well. Soft and smooth, with almost no fuzz or lint, you will find it a pleasure! YLI Machine Quilting Thread, 500 yard spool, 40 weight / 3 ply long staple, Egyptian Mercerized 100% Cotton, 10 assorted Special Designer colors, by Luana Rubin, from the 'Trip Around The World' collection.

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