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Paper (& paper-like) yarns

cotton viscose sized 3nm cotton viscose sized 3nm
£4.75
29 in stock
3mm across yarn width 3,000m/kg / 1,488yds/lb 4wpcm / 10wpi 25gms - 35m 100gms - 140m
cotton viscose sized 5nm cotton viscose sized 5nm
£4.75
35 in stock
1mm across yarn width 5,000m/kg / 2,480yds/lb 8wpcm / 20wpi 25gms - 115m 100gms - 500m
koyari paper 4nm koyari paper 4nm
£6.50
17 in stock
4,000m/kg / 1,980yds/lb 20wpcm/ 50wpi 25gms - 255m 100gms - 1005m This is a twisted paper yarn
lavender 4.5nm lavender 4.5nm
£12.75
20 in stock
4,500,/kg / 1,736yds/lb 11wpcm / 30wpi 25gms - 85m
ojo manila hemp paper 1/21nm ojo manila hemp paper 1/21nm
£4.25
22 in stock
21,000m/kg / 10,417yds/lb 27wpcm / 70wpi 25gms - 520m Lightweight & resillient No fluff Mild to skin, soft to touch Strong water resistance, machine washable, quick drying Great dye permeability High moisturizing capacity Highly sustainable, environmentally friendy; biodegradeable & non toxic Sourced from abaca fibre, also known as manila hemp, from Ecuador. Compared to wood pulp, abaca fiber is l…
ojo manila hemp paper 1/6.6nm ojo manila hemp paper 1/6.6nm
£4.25
16 in stock
6,600m/kg / 3,274yds/lb 4wpcm / 10wpi 25gms - 150m Lightweight & resillient No fluff Mild to skin, soft to touch Strong water resistance, machine washable, quick drying Great dye permeability High moisturizing capacity Highly sustainable, environmentally friendy; biodegradeable & non toxic Sourced from abaca fibre, also known as manila hemp, from Ecuador. Compared to wood pulp, abaca fiber is long…
paper 21nm Sand paper 21nm Sand
£5.25
40 in stock
21,000m/kg / 10,417yds/lb 30 wpcm/80 wpi 25gms - 455m
paper chenille paper chenille
£10.50
44 in stock
61% Paper 39% Cotton 3nm 6 wpcm/19 wpi 30,00 m/kg / 1,480yds/lb 25gms - 70m
paper tatami 3nm paper tatami 3nm
£4.50
90 in stock
3nm (16mm paper folded) 3,000m/kg / 1,480yds/lb 7 wpcm /18 wpcm 25gms - 65m Produced in Europe. The name of this yarn comes from the Japanese tatami (畳), a type of mat used on the floor in traditional Japanese rooms. Traditionally, rice straw is used to create the core of the mat which then covered by woven straw of soft rush or paper yarn.

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