Paradise Fibers 50/50 Yak/Mulberry Silk Blend

Paradise Fibers 50/50 Yak/Mulberry Silk Blend

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Paradise Fibers

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Our new, luxurious blend of 50% Light Brown De-Haired Yak Top, 50% Natural, Grade A Mulberry Silk Top will leave you stunned with it's soft, lustrous nature! 

Light Brown De-Haired Yak Top:

The fiber is naturally brown to fawn in color. Lighter colors than this must be produced by bleaching... Read More

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01/24/2020
I recommend this product

Yak/silk blend roving

Planning to blend this with my shetland lambswool. Haven't used yet, but have examined it closely, & very impressed with softness, lustre, & especially handle. Thinking it will make a very beautiful yarn -- thank you!

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Frances A.
United States United States
08/14/2019
I recommend this product

I haven't had time to

I haven't had time to try it - I am sure it will be wonderful!! Same goes with the other things I bought. Wait until cooler weather!

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Jean K.
United States United States
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Our new, luxurious blend of 50% Light Brown De-Haired Yak Top, 50% Natural, Grade A Mulberry Silk Top will leave you stunned with it's soft, lustrous nature! 

Light Brown De-Haired Yak Top:

The fiber is naturally brown to fawn in color. Lighter colors than this must be produced by bleaching the fiber, which is a little detrimental to its handle. The soft fine under hair is the desirable element of this animal’s coat and is removed commercially by de-hairing, which separates the soft under hair from the coarse outer hair, known as guard-hair. 17 - 19 Microns

Grade A Mulberry Silk:

The fiber is naturally brown to fawn in color. Lighter colors than this must be produced by bleaching the fiber, which is a little detrimental to its handle. The soft fine under hair is the desirable element of this animal’s coat and is removed commercially by de-hairing, which separates the soft under hair from the coarse outer hair, known as guard-hair.