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Aurifil Thread Set - ISS Astronaut Karen Nyberg -Earth Views

Aurifil Thread Set - ISS Astronaut Karen Nyberg -Earth Views
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Set of 10 Spools - 220 yds Each - 50 wt 100% Mako Thread

Seeing Earth from space forever changed how ISS Astronaut and Quilter Karen Nyberg sees the world! Karen's video of sewing a quilt block in the weightless of space led to a Houston Quilt Festival quilt challenge and exhibit, inspired by her Star Block. Karen has been inspired by hours of viewing Earth from orbit, and this curated set is the perfect way to pump up your thread stash for a landscape or Nature-themed quilt project. Her threads come in warm neutrals, cool blues, turquoise, green, and earthy browns. 'Earth Views' thread set by Karen Nyberg, 10 spools of 220 yds, 50 weight, 100% cotton Mako thread from Aurifil. Colors included: 6731, 2375, 2335, 2311, 2715, 2725, 1148, 4644, 5019, 2318.

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