20/2 Bombyx Silk – Lime Light

C$49.00

For optimum drape we sett it at 20 epi for Plain Weave and 24 for Twill. Now that we have it dyed in 42 colours, it’s even more alluring.  Check out Jane’s Master Sett Chart for ideas and setts for combining silk with other fibres.

This silk produced a lusciously soft fabric. We recommend that when winding your warp you wind with 2 ends in your hand. This will reduce the number of interlacements going through your lease sticks and make winding on much easier. If you can’t buy two skeins, then wind your single skein into two balls. It is also advisable to wind this silk onto spools or if using a ball winder to put a sleeve on the ball winder. Access the yarn from the outside of the ball rather than the inside.

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Wind this skein to a spool

Wind this yarn onto a styrene spool (fee includes styrene spool).

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Weaving with JST's 20/2 Silk

For optimum drape we sett it at 20 epi for Plain Weave and 24 for Twill. Now that we have it dyed in over 40 colours, it’s even more alluring.  Check out Jane’s Master Sett Chart for ideas and setts for combining silk with other fibres.

This silk produced a lusciously soft fabric. We recommend that when winding your warp you wind with 2 ends in your hand. This will reduce the number of interlacements going through your lease sticks and make winding on much easier. If you can’t buy two skeins, then wind your single skein into two balls. It is also advisable to wind this silk onto spools or if using a ball winder to put a sleeve on the ball winder. Access the yarn from the outside of the ball rather than the inside.