Aurifil began in 1983 producing high quality threads and accessories for Italian fashion clothing and the high end bed linen industries. So when Alex Veronelli, the head behind the Aurifil name, took over his family's company he had the vision and the drive to take Aurifil international.
After spending 10 years fully focused on threads for the clothing industry, in 2000 Aurifil took the Quilt & Patchwork World by storm. Then shortly after Aurifil crosses water and Aurifil USA was established in Illinois.
We have the privilege of being Aurifil Experts! We sew exclusively with Aurifil Thread and here are just a few reasons why:
  • Aurifil 100% Cotton Thread runs smoothly in our machines.  With less lint and breakage, our machines stay cleaner and require less servicing.
  • Aurifil Thread has the most beautiful sheen!  Top-stitching is a must with Aurifil.  The beautiful sheen of the thread creates professional and beautiful finishing on every garment.  Decorative stitches are especially fabulous when using Aurifil Threads.
  • Colors!  Aurifil has every color under the sun and they are rich bold saturated colors.
We have had the pleasure of meeting Aurifil's frontman, Alex, at several Markets. Not only is a marketing guru but he is also by far one of the most loved faces in the quilting and sewing community. This post would not have been complete without a little shout out to Alex. He is such a great guy and the heart and soul behind the Aurifil name. Just look at this and you will understand what we mean when we say he is a favorite of our world. There are several of those floating around and we just love them! Also check out Aurifil's blog and social media accounts below!
For our "Win Your Dream Sewing Room" presented by Violette Field Threads and BERNINA giveaway, Aurifil gave us an amazing collection of thread valued at $130.00. Here is a sneak peek of this amazing product. Also visit Aurifil's site to see all their amazing product and stock up today.
Do you love Aurifil as much as we do? Let us know below!!
August 08, 2014 by Ericka Wright