Mercerized, twisted, non-divisible, lustrous 100% cotton thread in a skein.
A group of threads and fibers stitched together by machine to create unique cords.
Lokta paper, or Lama-Li, is cultivated from the Daphne Bush that grows high in the Himalayan Mountain region of Nepal. Tibetan refugees create the most exquisite and versatile handmade lokta papers on the planet. Lokta has four deckled edges and is a very strong fiber. This bush completely regenerates...
A blend of acrylic fibers that melt when heated. It is fade resistant., cuts cleanly, and sews easily.
Fine, glossy synthetic fibers that melt and fuse when heat is applied. Angelina comes in a wide variety of iridescent colors and can be stitched, fused with other fibers, or impressed with a rubber stamp and a warm iron.