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Silk thread, 50m, yellow

Product code 202 01-0115

Pure silk thread in yellow for hand and machine sewing. Use for sewing any silk garment as well as for historical costumes.

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Basic parameters
Shade: yellow
Content: 100% silk
Availability: never out of stock
Care:
Spool length: 50 m

in stock 5 pcs

1.90 $/pcs

1.90 $/pcs without VAT

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Product description

Product description

Genuine 100% natural silk thread is suitable for hand and machine sewing. It is similar in thickness to ordinary machine thread. It is soft to the touch and has a rather silky sheen, making it useful for ornamental stitching.

Use silk thread for sewing any silk garment as well as for historical costumes.

Care

Silk thread can be laundered at 30°C and ironed on low. When caring for garments sewn with silk thread, follow care guidelines for the fabric used.

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