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Signature Pixelles - Variegated Trilobal Poly - 30 Wt - Storm

Signature Pixelles - Variegated Trilobal Poly - 30 Wt - Storm
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Storm Clouds (Greys) - #M26

Whether it is a quilt, embroidery, or decorative accent, the splendid colors found in Signature’s new Pixelles™ decorative thread will stitch glimmering images that really stand out. Slightly thicker than an all-purpose weight, Pixelles™ is a Size 30 trilobal polyester fiber and is dyed in one inch variations. The colors are vibrant and dreamy, bringing new opportunities in dimension, color, and texture to any project. Contrasting, blending, matching—the creative options are endless. Just thread up your needle and let the magic begin. Note: For best sewability, size 100/16 needle suggested. 500 yard spools, Storm Clouds #M26.

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