Superior Threads: A Project QUILTING Season 4 Sponsor

We’re at the less than a week moments before the first quilt challenge of Season 4 Project QUILTING is posted.  I am beyond excited.  I’m also beyond excited to introduce you to our first thread sponsor for Project QUILTING!

Let’s give a warm welcome to Superior Threads and learn a little bit more about some of the unique and fun things they offer!

I found the History of Superior thread really interesting and wanted to share it with you: 

Superior Threads began in 1998 as an at-home business by husband and wife duo, Bob and Heather Purcell.  Superior Threads was started out of the Purcell’s garage, and now spans over a 25,000 sq/ft facility in the red rocks of St. George, Utah.

Thread of the Month Clubs are very popular over at Superior Threads.
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  • No-price-increase Guarantee on your Club products

  • Free Shipping on monthly Club shipments, including add-on items (U.S. addresses)

  • Club Members-only sales

  • Choose from over 20 Clubs


As I was checking out Superior Threads’ site I also noticed a Block of the Month club.  I may have to try it out – you all know I’m a BOM Addict!

Deal of the Day offers a new item on sale every day.  I personally love these – I always love to see what kinds of deals are going on.  Since I got my ‘long’ arm I’ve been experimenting with different thread times and the ‘Deal of the Day’ has helped make this affordable for me!

Superior Threads also has a free twice-a-month educational e-mail newsletter.  To subscribe to read previous Newsletters:

Check out Superior Threads in the social world too!  Click the icons below and be sure to follow and like so you don’t miss anything!

~ It's on Android Available on the App Store ~

Sew Superior.... it's Guaranteed!


Superior Threads has graciously donated four $25 gift certifcates to their online store for various Project QUILTING Challenges!

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