Auribuzz Guest Post {Burying Thread Tails}

Today, via a guest post on Aurifil’s Auribuzz blog, I’m excited to one of the most requested technique tutorials that I receive: how to bury thread tails in a quilt sandwich.

Thread and Needles

Thread and Needles

I predominantly piece and quilt with Aurifil 50wt thread, and my personal preference for burying thread tails is to use Sench Side Threading needles. But I created information about other thread weights and needle options so that you can find the solution that works best for your quilting process.

Visit my Burying Thread Tails guest post on the Auribuzz blog to get all the details!

Star Pulse - Single Background Throw (60" x 72")

Star Pulse – Single Background Throw (60″ x 72″)

If you like the tips and tutorials that I share, I think you will love participating in my annual quilt along. During the quilt alongs, I always include my top tips and suggestions, and I often develop new tutorial because of the quilt alongs. For instance, this year, I created the Bonus HSTs from Stitch and Flip Tutorial and Sizing Table. Registration for the Star Pulse quilt along opened on Wednesday, and during the month of November, you can register at a discounted price.

I run my quilt alongs in a mystery quilt style. Unlike a mystery quilt along, you know what you will be making, but I release a section of the quilt on each published quilt along date.

Read More Star Pulse Quilt Along Details

I can’t wait to make my next version of the quilt during the quilt along, and I hope you’ll join me!

6 thoughts on “Auribuzz Guest Post {Burying Thread Tails}

  1. Bernie says:

    I am curious about the side threading needles. I haven’t heard of them. I will pop over and read the tutorial at Auribuzz and then check out the website for these needles. 🙂

  2. Stacey Rothchild says:

    I just received my side threading needles. I have used the ones that you slide in from the top and find that the thread seems to pop out of those quite a bit so looking forward to the side threading option. Lots of great tips and definitely keeping this blog post and video as a reference. Thank you so much for all the knowledge.

  3. patty says:

    Enjoyed the thread burying post. I have used top self threading needles and a thread loop to bury threads. Will need to check out these side threading ones.

  4. Kate says:

    I’m bookmarking that tutorial. I am determined that 2024 is the year I learn to quilt at least some of my own projects.

  5. I hadn’t seen this brand of needles before. I do have clover self threading needles I use frequently when quilting.

  6. Cindy Wiens says:

    Not my favorite quilting duty, but those needles sure do make things easier.

I really appreciate the time and thought you take to comment, and I look forward to conversing with you. :)