Shulamit Ron contributes and manages our blog. Shulamit was Born in Kishinev, former USSR. Immigrated to Israel in 1972. She graduated Architecture and Town Planning, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa

Shulamit started quilting in 1984 after accidentally discovering two quilting books in a bookstore. She served on the Board of the Israel Quilters’ Association (2000) and as a Chairperson (2001), participated in group exhibitions in Israel and worldwide, held several solo exhibitions, and published in books and magazines.

Shulamit’s work is based on original designs, influenced by the art and archaeology of Israel and the Middle East. Her work involves a lot of hand embroidery and embellishment. She has made several Ark curtains and Torah mantles for synagogues of the Progressive and Conservative Judaism movements in Israel.


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  • Finding the Best Hand Embroidery Patterns

    As the technology became more advanced, a number of different embroidery machines appeared on the market. Although no one can dispute they save time and produce great work, many people still prefer the traditional way of embroidery. But, being old-fashioned
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  • Best Threads for Machine Embroidery

    Machine embroidery is the process of making patterns on textiles with the help of a sewing machine. This is a relatively new form of embroidery, as it’s been around since the invention of the sewing machine. Before, people had no
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  • Most-Reliable Industrial Sewing Thread Suppliers

    We all understand that the sewing thread has an overwhelming importance in the textile manufacturing process. That’s why today we will focus on discovering the best products that come from industrial sewing thread suppliers. They offer high-quality threads, built with
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  • List of Essential Embroidery Supplies

    When it comes to machine embroidery, the most important tool you need is the sewing machine. With a quality machine, you will be able to produce amazing embroidery works. So, make sure to choose one that will provide you with
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  • My take on Madeira Threads for the Sewing Machine

    As a quilter, my interest in threads is very specific and actually relatively limited. I use the sewing machine for piecing (patchwork),appliqué and quilting. Embroidery I usually do by hand. So when I evaluate thread, I look at how it
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  • All you need to know about Cotona No. 4, Decora No. 6 and Bobbinwork

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  • Embroidering with Frosted Matt

    Frosted Matt is a true matte finish polyester embroidery thread. It contains a ceramic ingredient that provides extreme color fastness, making it extremely resistant to fading from sunlight. This general use embroidery thread from Madeira, runs like either of Madeira’s
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  • Logos & other Embroideries: Problems & Solutions

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  • How to use Metallic Threads

    Don’t be afraid of using metallic threads for embroidery and decorative effects. They may be more sophisticated and technical than Viscose, Polyneon or Cotton standard yarns as their construction is more complicated. However, they are easy to use if you
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  • Smoking Gathering Thread

    MADEIRA’s Smoking gathering thread is a special product. Embroidery with SMOKING is performed using a special bobbin thread, which reacts to heat at a lower temperature than the fabric. The embroidered item is then subjected to heat. The thread shrinks
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  • MADEIRA Glamour Thread

    MADEIRA Glamour is a heavy-weight metallic thread. Essentially it has a polyester main thread, twined with two strands of a metallic thread. This is a beautiful thread with a lot of presence and sparkle. (Glamour No. 8: Art. No. 9804;
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  • MADEIRA Monolon® Thread

    Monolon is a transparent polyamide thread. Transparent thread is ideally suited for quilting, when you want to achieve texture without visible color, which is especially important when quilting over patterned fabrics. It is also very useful for quilting patchwork quilts
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