Gold Hi Lustre (002HL) #4 Braid

Designer: Kreinik

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Gold Hi Lustre (002HL) #4 Braid

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$3.28  $2.87

(6 reviews)

Size: 4

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Item: B4002HL - Type: Thread and Floss.
This is the premier metallic thread for cross stitching because it is so soft and easy to use. Stitch with Very Fine (#4) Braid in Cross Stitch (16-18 ct) and Needlepoint (for light details on 18-30 ct). It is also nice and thin for Machine Embroidery, Scrapbooking and Card Making embellishments. Available on 11 meter (12 yard) spools.
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Reviews From Customers Who Purchased This Item

on 11/26/2018 - Darker than pictured
My first time using Kreinik and it was a little difficult to stitch with 2 strands on 32 count. Definitely recommend looking at tips online for using. The actual floss was darker than the picture.

on 12/15/2017 - Beautiful
I need this for a pattern I'm starting.

on 07/15/2017 - Beautiful fiber
Kreinik is my favorite metallic thread for both cross stitch and needlepoint

on 10/21/2016 - A Bright Gold
This is what you may describe as a 'nugget' gold color. Very bright. A tad lighter than the 002C.

on 01/23/2015 - Good stuff
This thread was easy to work with, my only lament is that the roll of thread had less on it than I was hoping--not that it was a small amount at 12 yards, but I didn't realize my project needed 2 rolls of the stuff. Either way, I like Kreinik and the sparkle of this thread on my needlepoint project, so I will definitely use more in the future.

on 12/04/2014 - Much better than Filament
I bought the gold braid to replace the gold filament in an Angel chart I am working on, and found it so much easier to work with than the filament...