Paradise Fibers Fine Denier White Nylon Roving

Paradise Fibers Fine Denier White Nylon Roving

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Paradise Fibers

PFFD-T31-08

The miracle fiber! 

Nylon is renowned for it's durability, which is a direct result of it's flexibility and elastic recovery properties. Where would we be without nylon? Brought to the consumer world after its invention in 1938 as the first synthetic fiber. Most popularly used in stockings and socks and... Read More

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Paradise Fibers Paradise Fibers Fine Denier White Nylon Roving Review
09/11/2016

Nylon for strength in sock yarn

It was very easy to blend and spin with merino using my drop spindle. I think it'll be wonderful knitted up for socks.

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DIANE *.
United States
06/30/2020

Excellent

will be ideal for my use. Create dubbing for fly tying, dky fishing.

JN
John N.
Australia Australia
11/02/2018

Standard stuff

Within 48 hours, the site had a 20% off sale. Which left me wondering, why I paid full.price. I do like the mix of nylons. They're great to blend for socks, etc!

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Sayra A.
United States
04/10/2018

Dream

Spinning with this fiber is a dream

TJ
Timi J.
United States
02/12/2018

Paradise Fibers Fine Denier White Nylon Roving - 4oz

Service was wonderful as always. I found this product difficult to use, it felt very much like plastic. When I added it to other fibers it made them very clumpy, and again the feeling was there. I am not a novice spinner, but I am not an expert, so pehaps the fault is with me and not the fiber. I' m sure if I was able to blend it better it would have a softer feel. I will continue to expeiment!

SR
Sharyn R.
USA
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The miracle fiber! 

Nylon is renowned for it's durability, which is a direct result of it's flexibility and elastic recovery properties. Where would we be without nylon? Brought to the consumer world after its invention in 1938 as the first synthetic fiber. Most popularly used in stockings and socks and military wear. Now, many people blend this miracle fiber with endless variations including wool and alpaca to create garments that last. Nylon comes in all kinds of denier and is used in a multitude of ways. After 65 years of intense and continuous use throughout the world, nylon remains the most ever produced fiber and by far the most popular. This Nylon roving is of a fine denier and is ideal for use as a blending fiber or spun as is. With a staple length of 3-4 inches and a micron count of 21.5 this fiber is the softest nylon in the land! Dye it up and create your own color ways!