Silk is a luxury yarn, known for being incredibly soft, lightweight and lustrous.
It can be used in both woven and knitted fabrics – it is actually warmer than wool when knitted. It is also flame-resistant and has antibacterial properties. Silk is spun from the threads which make up the cocoon of a silkworm.
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A luxury yarn that is known for being incredibly soft, lightweight and lustrous.Read more
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Easy to care for, wrinkle-resistant, strong, and with the ability to hold pleats: we engineer synthetic yarns for specific purposes.Read more