Your Ad Here

Tips for Handling of silk

Only during recent years have relatively heavy reeled silk yarns become available to handweavers. They are extremely slippery and require some special handling. A ball winder should not be used with reeled silk yarn. The silk yarn will slip off, making a tangled mess. Wind the silk yarn balls by hand, or better still, wind your warp and shuttle directly from the skein placed on a yarn holder (swift). It is best to clamp the swift sideways rather than upright. Investing in a couple of swifts and bypassing the ball stage saves time and tangle no matter what type of silk yarn you are working with.

Yarn Count

Guaranteed Best Prices on Domains and Hosting!!!

<a href=”http://www.cashmere-yarn.com/products/”> Gorgeous silk yarn </a> in a stunning assortment of textures and colors – from Artyarns regal silk, a handpainted silk yarn, Tilli Tomas Artisan Yarns and our very own Hand Dyed Peau de Soie. Silk is undeniably one of our favorite fibers – spring, summer, winter, fall, you’ll find something to remind you of why this is called the ‘fiber of royalty’. In Consinee 15 Spring Summer series, pure silk or silk blend is popular yarn product. Silk cashmere yarns such as KASHMIR, BHUTAN, SAMARKAND are worsted or semi-worsted high count yarn which are suitable for spring summer knitting use.
Visit http://www.cashmere-yarn.com to know more.

Leave a Response

You must be logged in to post a comment. Your Ad Here