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Spook up your stitching with our favorite Halloween threads!
Spooky Season is here! It's October, so it's time to pull out those Halloween canvases! Halloween is one of the best seasons to stitch; there are so many fun threads that you can use to add character and personality to your Halloween canvases. Today on the blog we're sharing our favorites!
Read on to learn all about them. 

Glow in the dark threads:

Glow in the dark threads are the perfect place to start! What could be more fun than a Halloween canvas that glows? Our favorite glow in the dark threads come from Rainbow Gallery: Neon Rays and Silk Lamé Braid. Glow in the Dark Neon Rays comes in Violet, Orange, Green and Yellow. Silk Lamé Braid Glow in the Dark has the best white; great for ghosts! Simply leave your project in the light during the day and it will glow at night. Click here to see them all!

The best neon threads:
When you're stitching for halloween, you may find you need more vibrant greens, yellows and oranges than you come across in other designs. You'll want to stitch with a synthetic fiber because they tend to be more vibrant than a natural thread. Our favorites include Petite Sparkle Rays, Fyre Werks and Flair! They each have a fun and unique effect that will help your canvas become something truly unique. 


Fuzzy Fibers:
Cats and Witches hair look amazing stitched in a fuzzy thread! If you want a very fuzzy thread, try Arctic Rays- this has a little bit of a sparkle and longer filaments. For a slightly more subtle effect, try Fuzzy Stuff.


Halloween Silk Lamé Braid:

We'd be remiss if we didn't mention one of the most fun Halloween threads: the Halloween Silk Lamé Braid. This particular thread is a blend of orange green, purple and black fibers. It's just calling to be used on your next canvas!
Click here to order a card for yourself!
 
October 14, 2022 — KC Needlepoint
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