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Chizimi Shrinking Thread - 3300 yds

Chizimi Shrinking Thread - 3300 yds
US$ 15.95 / each
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Achieve added texture on your garments, quilts, or any other sewing project with this amazing thread. It sews like regular thread and can be used with a straight stitch or any other decorative stitch such as zig zag or stippling stitch. For the best results, you can use Chizimi thread in the bobbin and the top thread. With the embroidery design, use it as a bobbin thread only. Stitch rows or a checkerboard design on your fabric, turn the fabric to the wrong side, and with the hot iron steam the fabric. The Chizimi thread will shrink 30% leaving behind a beautifully textured effect on your fabric! This thread is washable and it will work best on lightweight fabrics and quilting cottons. Chizimi Thread, 100% polyester, 3300 yard spool.

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