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LCNM7713 Threads - SASHIKO Kantha Perle & Metallic EMBROIDERY 77 13 eQuilter
Cosmo Nishikiito Metallic Embroidery Thread - Fuchsia

eQuilter Cosmo Nishikiito Metallic Embroidery Thread - Fuchsia

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20 m Spools - 62% Nylon/38% Polyester

This special hand embroidery thread is crafted using a traditional Japanese technique resulting in round strands covered with shimmering filaments. The thread is abrasion-resistant and combines nicely with ordinary embroidery threads for endless creative possibilities. Embellish your Sashiko, Katha or big-stich projects with a touch of metallic sheen! Cosmo Nishikiito Metallic Embroidery Thread by Lecien, 62% Nylon/38% Polyester, on 20 m spools. Not recommended for use in sewing machines. Made in Japan. Color No. 13 Bara-iro Fuchsia.

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