The quilt pictured below is my first time using Superior's So Fine #40 variegated thread. Isn't it pretty? The panto is called Bloomin Stars by Beany Girls (it's a pretty dense design).
I love the way So Fine's variegated thread looks, especially on this plain fabric. It looks a bit like a cotton thread and has no shine. But this thread is a big lint producer and lint is a four-letter word for longarm quilters!
Below is another quilt I quilted recently with Superior's Rainbow (color is Montego Bay). The Rainbow thread is a polyester thread that has a shine, which I love. And I love the way this quilt turned out with the Rainbow thread. The panto is "Tickle" by ... OMG it is by Beany Girls too!
So the dilemma is this: Do I want to deal with LINT or do I want to deal with quilting SLOW (notice they are both four-letter words?)? And why can't I have the best of both worlds??
P.S. Another quilt I just finished, yet to be photo'd, is done up in a panto called Garden Frills by Beany Girls. I'm declaring April the month of Beany Girls :)