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Oliver Twists - Two of a Kind - Violet

Oliver Twists - Two of a Kind - Violet
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Variegated Cotton Thread Spool - 164 yds., 10 pc Cotton/Rayon Yarn - 4.25 yds each

A beautiful array of juicy purple tones from grape to amethyst with a silver metallic thread and hints of royal blue, violet and orchid purple make up this gorgeous embroidery thread. Oliver Twists threads can be seen in the work of award-winning fiber artist and SAQA member Marianne Williamson, who endorses this product as one of her most important thread-painting tools. 'Oliver Twists Two of a Kind' by Jean Oliver, A variety of cotton and rayon threads for hand embroidery, ten different types of threads that are about 4 1/4 yards long, and a coordinating 100% cotton machine thread that is about 164 yards, not guaranteed colorfast. Hand dyed in the UK.

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