A 50% wool, 50% silk blend. 36 yard skein. About the same weight as Wildflowers, but has more loft. Can be used on fine linens as well as larger counts of needlepoint canvas.
You can often control the look of your stitches to create either a sculptured or a satiny look simply by adding or subtracting one strand.
The blend of wool and silk gives a unique appearance as the two fibers reflect light differently, giving your stitching great depth.
Hand-dyed 12 ply spun silk. 6 yard skein. Easily divided, it fits beautifully on many fabric and canvas sizes. Four plies work well on 18 count canvas, two plies cover 18 count fabric for cross stitch. Also use two plies for cross stitch over two threads on 28 count fabric. Good for surface embellishment on quilts.
A single strand hand-dyed cotton in variegated colors. It has more of a matte finish when stitched. Use one or more strands as required by the ground fabric. One strand is approximately the same weight as flower thread or Medicis wool. It is between a #8 and #12 pearl cotton in weight. It is availab... Read more
Hand-dyed 3 strand pima cotton with the same versatility as Persian wool. For needlepoint use one ply on 18 count, two plies on 13 count canvas. Use one ply for cross stitch on 11-20 count fabric, or cross stitch over two threads on 18 count fabric. Quilters use for big stitch, tied quilts, crazy quilts. 10 yard skein.