Have you enjoyed using thread gloss as much as I have? Never in a million years would I have imagined how much I’d appreciate using a lightly-scented thread gloss in my projects. Since Sew Fine Thread Gloss and I announced our first collaboration, I knew I wanted to work together on more. I continue to love the product, and I’ve found myself preferring different scents at different times. I don’t know if it has to do with the change of a seasons, the change of a project or what else, but I’m delighted to announce our three new scents!
Each of these scents have carried me through many different projects over the last year or so, and I hope you find enjoyment and helpfulness from them too!
First up is Lemongrass and Leaf, a soothing mix of lemongrass, green tea and white ginger. It is both earthy and bright.
Surely it’s the fact that I grew up around citrus, but the next scent, Lemon Verbena, is also a favorite. It takes citrus notes in a slightly different direction.
It is lemony, herbaceous and very fresh.
Last up is a warmer scent, Golden Blossom.
I’m not usually a warmer-scent person, but this one connected with me from the beginning. It mixes golden amber, bergamot and just a hint of sweetness. It has a comforting feel that I like.
If additional scents aren’t your thing, which I totally understand, the shop is fully restocked on Natural. It’ll strengthen your threads just as well as the others.
You can find all of the newest scents in the shop here, the background on why I prefer using this thread conditioner and some other thread tips and tricks here.
I bought some of your SewFine thread gloss back in March when I started doing more handwork again. I do love it! Thanks for the great product! In looking at your thread in the photos, do you use the airfoil 80wt thread for your appliqué?
carolyn friedlander says
Hi! Yes, I love using Aurifil 80wt cotton when I am appliquéing. It’s great.