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Single skeins cupro - indigo dyed

Single skeins cupro - indigo dyed
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Single skeins cupro - indigo dyeddark indigodip dyed indigo
Our price: £2.50
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This recycled cotton is gentle as silk on the hands but strong, with the ply creating a plump rounded thread. Skeins are either semi solid indigo or dip dyed in indigo to give a tonal variation to your stitching. (Make pretty tassels too)

Length: 25 metres

Content: 100% recycled cotton*

Thickness: plied thread - about equivalent to using two out of the six plies of a standard embroidery floss

*Cupro is a type of rayon made by dissolving cotton cellulose with cuprammonium salts and spinning the resulting solution into filaments. The chemicals used are free of toxic or dangerous compounds for health and the environment. Cupro is biodegradable.

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indigo dyed cupro*****Posted by Maura T on April 9 2024 at 22:52Lindsay has some lovely threads-- I had never heard of cupro before , it is a really lovely stitching thread with a nice "feel" and also from recycled cotton! In view of its recycled history I will be using it along with textiles that are repurposed or recycled thrift shop finds . arrived quickly and as usual -- beautifully packaged - it felt like I was getting a surprise gift! lovely experience!
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