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Shop Needlework > Accessories > Acid-Free Tissue Paper
  • Acid-free Tissue Paper 6 Sheets

    Includes 6 sheets of archival tissue paper, 20 inches by 30 inches each. This is the safest way to store textiles and other valuables. 

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    • $6.15
  • Acid-free Tissue Paper 100 Sheets

    Includes 100 sheets of tissue paper. Archival-quality for wrapping needlework, clothing, albums and other keepsakes for storage. Each sheet is 20" x 30".

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    • $73.90
  • Acid-free Tissue Paper 12 Sheets

    Includes 12 sheets of tissue paper. Archival-quality for wrapping needlework, clothing, albums and other keepsakes for storage. Each sheet is 20" x 30".

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    • $10.25
Shop Needlework > Accessories > Custom Corder
  • Kreinik Custom Corder

    Make customized cording, piping, straps, and trim to decorate pillows, table runners, candles and more. Cord jewelry items, friendship bracelets, ropes to applique onto designs...the sky is the limit. Use any fibers, yarns, or strips of material. Combine your favorite colors, team colors, school colors, or colors to coordinate with a project.

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    • $23.75
  • Custom Corder Gold Set

    Get started making gorgeous trims, cords, and jewelry with the hand-held Kreinik Custom Corder and four gold metallic threads.

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    • $39.60
  • Custom Corder Silver Set

    Get started making gorgeous trims, cords, and jewelry with the Kreinik Custom Corder and silver metallic threads.

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    • $39.60
Shop Needlework > Accessories > Needles & Laying Tools
  • Two-Eye Needlework Bodkin
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    Two-Eye Needlework Bodkin

    A blunt, thick, flat needle with a large eye and a smaller eye. Traditionally used to draw tape, elastic or cord through a hem, waistband, or hoodie. It can also be used as a laying tool, to position silk threads, ribbons and other fibers neatly in stitches.

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    • $0.79
  • Komas

    Komas are square-ended wooden spools used when couching fibers onto a design surface. Wind the fiber around the Komas, which will sit on your work (and not roll off), keeping the proper tension as you couch. One package contains a set of two.

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    • $21.55
  • Needlework Bodkin
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    Needlework Bodkin

    A bodkin is a blunt, thick, flat needle with a large eye. Traditionally, it is used to draw tape or cord through a hem. It can also be used as a laying tool, to position silk threads, ribbons and other fibers neatly in stitches. Approximately three inches long, made of nickel-plated steel.


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    • $0.79
  • Bent Weaver's Needle
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    Bent Weaver's Needle

    This unique thick needle with a large and bent point is used for both weaving ends into a weaving, knitting or crochet design, and for laying threads neatly in needlepoint and embroidery. 

    • In needlework: the bent tip to stroke your silk thread, rayon, or ribbons to lay smoothly, evenly and flatly in stitches. 
    • In knitting or crochet, can be used to sew sleeves onto a knitted or crocheted sweater. 
    • Can also be used as a darning needle in mending and repairing
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    • $1.99
Shop Needlework > How To > Metallic Thread
  • How To Use Kreinik Micro Ice Chenille

    Quick! Name five things that are fuzzy (bonus points for fuzzy metallic things). How about: garland on Christmas trees, legs on spiders, flower centers, bushy eyebrows, other, ahem, hairy things, peaches, caterpillars, lots of bugs actually, baby chicks, moldy cheese, your brain after a long weekend. How many could you list? Nature and life itself are full of texture. It makes things visually interesting and tactile.

    You can recreate the fuzzy factor of true life objects with Kreinik's Micro Ice Chenille in your favorite hobby: needlepoint, cross stitch, embroidery, fly fishing, crochet, knitting, weaving. It adds whimsy, dimension, texture, and just plain visual interest to a design.

    What is Micro Ice Chenille and where can you use it?

    • it's a fuzzy metallic
    • couch in needlepoint, cross stitch, quilting, crazy quilting for surface embroidery (couch it with a Kreinik Cord or Very Fine #4 Braid, rather than stitch in and out)
    • can also use it in long stitches in needlepoint if the canvas is not densely stitched (Micro Ice Chenille just doesn't like going in and out of fabric very much)
    • combine it with any other fiber for cording and trims on stockings, ornaments, etc
    • crochet little accessories and appliques (wreaths, flowers)
    • use it in duplicate stitch in knitting (like a spider!)

    To use in weaving:

    • Can be used in weft, not for warp (too much stress)
    • Weight/Yardage: Kreinik metallic yarns are not measured in terms of weight like wool or cotton yarns are, so measure by yard or meter. Purchase 50-meter cones; or cones of any amount by special order.
    • Sett = 5 epi
    • Care: Kreinik metallics don't felt, and are inelastic compared to some other types of yarns, so for best results, we recommend testing the threads with the weaving yarns you plan to use before beginning your project.
    • Tips from weaver Deb Essen of DJE Handwovens: 1. Pull the thread off the cone horizontally, not from the top, to avoid adding twist to the fiber. 2. Combine with other yarns (rather than use a metallic exclusively) as an accent yarn for best results ("It makes a great, fun fabric"). 3. Test how the textures work together before making your main project: make test swatches if using stretchy yarns with the inelastic metallics, for instance, then use a warm-water wash for the wet-finishing. 4. You may want to experiment with looser sett to vary drapability. 5. Play! Have fun! "I love how the colors pop in sunlight or lamplight and shimmer as the piece is moved." 

    Content: 

    Cotton core, polyester metallic

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Shop Needlework > How To > Silk Thread
  • How to use Kreinik Silk Serica®

    Silk Serica® can be used as is, straight from the reel, as a 3-ply twisted filament silk. It can also be separated and used as a flat silk. Made of 100% pure filament silk, the sheen is so rich and bright, it instantly turns any design into a work of art. Perfect in heirloom projects and designs focusing on different textures.

    The most important tip to remember when working with Silk Serica: moisturize your hands with a non-greasy hand cream. This will keep the filament silk from snagging on rough spots. 

    See Description below for more tips and usage ideas.

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