I spread out the thread onto some Solvy water soluble sheets. It would have been way easier to use a sticky soluble backer with a soluble coversheet (which I own) but didn't think about it. The threads liked to catch on my sewing foot so I had to be vigilant that they went under and not over the foot. I just used a straight stitch with the dog feet up. On one sheet, I did a lot of straight stitched lines. The other, I did large circles. The one with circles looked cooler than the straight stitch before I dissolved the backer sheet.
|Before dissolving the backer sheet, straight lines on left, curved on right|
This is after dissolving the soluble backer. The straight stitched is on the left and curved stitch is on the right.
I plan to use these in a fabric collage, most likely with adhesive, so I am not worried about them falling apart. I definitely wouldn't use them in a washable garment or quilt, as the threads will probably come loose.