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Superior Kimono Silk Thread 220yd - #301 Ichiban

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Superior Threads Kimono Silk™ is the finest Japanese Silk sewing thread.

Kimono Silk is a 100wt 2ply Filament Silk thread designed for Applique, Binding, Quilting, and general sewing.

Ideal for hand appliqué and invisible machine appliqué, this #100 silk disappears, hiding stitches and allowing the fabric to lie flat.  Perfect curves and points at last!

Superior Kimono Silk thread is excellent for fine detail quilting, adding a lustrous sheen, whether on a longarm or a domestic sewing machine.

Kimono Silk thread is available in 80 brilliant solid blending colors.
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Superior Kimono Silk Thread 220yd - #301 Ichiban
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Superior Kimono Silk Thread 220yd - #301 Ichiban
excellent fly tying silk threads
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With the demise of Pearsalls Gossamer silk thread, I've been looking for a replacement for my fly tying (North Country spiders). The Superior Kimono Silk threads fit the bill very nicely indeed. Although there are few direct replacement for Pearsalls' colors, the Kimono color selection is excellent (some shades I prefer them over the Pearsalls even). They are thin enough to keep bulk on the hook shank to a minimum and strong enough to do the job of binding material to the hook securely. They take tying wax well too. The only downside is the spools are larger than regular tying thread spools, which means I've had to bend the arms of a tying bobbin to accept them. Small price to pay for thread this good. No more mourning the demise of Pearsalls for this tyer!