that has been designed to be used as a bobbin thread. It's fine diameter helps it to blend well and its filament construction makes it extremely smooth, so it glides through fabric when stitched. As a lint-free thread, you will find that the blending tones seem to disappear into colored fabrics, creating a nearly-invisible presence.
Your bobbin and needle thread don't necessarily have to be the same weight or even the same fiber content, but by using matching colors, you'll keep all the little "pokies" from being seen.
Q. Can I quilt with Bottom Line in the top thread and bobbin thread at the same time?
A. Absolutely. Many quilters will use Bottom Line as a top thread for stitch in the ditch and dense quilting. Even though Bottom Line has been designed to be used as a bobbin thread, it can (and should) be used as a top thread in many different applications.
The Bottom Lineby Libby Lehman is an innovative polyester bobbin thread
for sewing with all types of top thread including metallic and designer
Its Lint Free, ultra smooth, silk-like finish allows it to slide, not grab, to form the
perfect stitch with no snagging or knotting.