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Oliver Twists - Tonal Machine Embroidery Thread Set - Pebble

Oliver Twists - Tonal Machine Embroidery Thread Set - Pebble
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5 Variegated Spools - 164 yds each

Five spools of expertly hand-dyed threads create an ombre effect as they move subtly from light to dark within the same color family. This set starts with dove gray, silver sage, and lavender ice and transforms into dark smoke gray, moss green, and terra cotta. 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. 'Pebble Tones Machine Thread' by Jean Oliver of Oliver Twists. Includes 5 spools, each of which is approximately 164 yards. 100% cotton. Not guaranteed colorfast. Hand dyed in the UK.

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