Weeks Dye Works - Dutch Iris #2342

Weeks Dye Works - Dutch Iris #2342



$2.40

(3 reviews)

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Item: W2342
Type: Thread and Floss
Designer: Weeks Dye Works

Hand Over-Dyed Floss, Sold in 5 yard Skeins. The colors are variegated enough to be noticeable, yet subtle enough to blend naturally. Because it is pliable, this fiber is perfect for cross stitch and needlepoint on many different counts of fabric and canvas. It is also works great for punch needle (1, 3 and 6 strand) and stitching on wool applique and penny rugs. It gives a more subtle appearance to the fine stitching on applique than some of the heavier fibers like pearl cotton.

Reviews From Customers Who Purchased This Item

from United States on 01/05/2019
Love it...

from United States on 01/26/2017 - Weeks due Works
Love this product! Color is slightly variegated which adds dimension to the cross stitch pattern.

from United States on 03/04/2014


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