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This is a Swedish product and it is perfect The cone weight 18-19 ounces and contains 1,800 yards. Seine Twine is made from long-staple, very high quality cotton (it was originally used to make nets so it had to be strong) and is basically unbreakable. We are carrying the 12/6 size because we believe it is the most versatile. Sett 4 to 10 ends per inch will work great with it.
- 8 oz. tube/800 yds
- Off-white or black
- For tapestry weaving at setts 4 to 10
- 1600 yards per pound
- 50/50 blend cotton and polyester (stronger than the 100% cotton warp)
- 4 ply
After much deliberation, we have chosen sixteen colors of FARO to either start your tapestry adventure or pad your existing stash. FARO is a single ply long staple wool yarn perfect for tapestry. Each skein is 100 grams (3.5 oz.) and 650 yards You can weave single strands or combine strands for more weight and blending. This product is currently on backorder through late November.
For those of you who are looking for a the perfect tapestry yarn to dye, this is it. FARO is a single ply long staple wool yarn perfect for tapestry. Weight: 100 grams (3.5 oz.) 650 yards in one skein. You can weave single strands or combine strands for more weight and blending.
For those of you who are looking for a the perfect tapestry yarn to dye, this is it. FARO is a single ply long staple wool yarn perfect for tapestry. Save a significant amount of money and buy in bulk! Weight: 1,000 grams 6,500 yards in one cone You can weave single strands or combine strands for more weight and blending.
Three-ply, 100% virgin wool 6 eight-yard skeins
A colorful combination of three of our favorite weft packages including 12 two-yard lengths of sari silk strips, 12 eight-yard skeins of Paternayan yarn in our "Persian Pathways" color way, 12 yards of different colors of hand-painted silk and 75 yards of gold thread.
12 two-yard lengths. Retired saris are stripped into pieces 1/2 to 1 inch wide and then sorted into color families/and or dyed. They can be made thinner by stripping in half or used as is. We've used them for Soumack knotting to make all sorts of wonderful cases (everyone here has a happy ipad/iphone!) as well as for regular rag weaving to make runners and small rugs. *Please note the colors of this silk may run if washed.
This delightful ribbon can be used for weaving, for warp, for tying on a button, for embellishing your finished piece. We've found endless uses for it. It is woven ribbon, not cut from fabric (as many silk ribbons are), so the sides are finished selvedges and won't fray. You will not run out of uses for this gorgeous ribbon.