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Robison Anton Rayon 40 wt Thread - 1100 yd - Lake Blue

Robison Anton Rayon 40 wt Thread - 1100 yd - Lake Blue
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Lake Blue (Periwinkle) - #2304

This popular rayon embroidery thread from Robison-Anton (originally developed for commercial embroidery machines) has a bright and high-luster sheen that runs smoothly and easily through your machine. It is ideal for all of your home embroidery machines and decorative stitching needs. Innovative 1100 yard Mini-King Spools mean that the thread will not fall off and the spool will not fall over. Self standing Mini-King Spools make threading easier - thread is tested for strength (little or no breakage!) and color matching to provide a smooth and easy running embroidery experience. Excellent washability - not recommended for items that will be bleached. Made in the USA. 1100 yards (1000 Meters), 120 Denier 2 Ply Rayon, Size 40 Wt. Lake Blue, #2304.

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