Recycled Sari Silk Threads

Recycled Sari Silk Threads

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Paradise Fibers

RSST-T01

Vibrant multicolor recycled sari silk threads! These whimsical threads range in color and length providing you with beautiful rich texture for your projects whether you are hand spinning, blending, or felting. No two batches of sari silk threads are alike, the colors range widely and so do the textures. You... Read More

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04/07/2021
Renata G.
Barbados Barbados
I recommend this product
sari sild threads

I like what I have, but I was hoping for longer threads. But they will work well in weaving and rug hooking, so all will be used and/or shared with my sisters!

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Vibrant multicolor recycled sari silk threads! These whimsical threads range in color and length providing you with beautiful rich texture for your projects whether you are hand spinning, blending, or felting. No two batches of sari silk threads are alike, the colors range widely and so do the textures. You will receive an assorted grouping of varying colors and textures. 

Sari silk threads are the strands of silk that are cut from the looms used in the sari industry. These groupings range in micron and texture from course to cloudlike. Due to the nature of recycled manufacturing, some imperfections and debris might be present. The threads are not carded or processed into roving or batt form. 

If you prefer specific colors please leave an order note and we will do our best to accommodate your needs based on our current supply. 


The History of the Sari

The sari has a long history in India, with the first depiction of saris in sculptures dating back to 100 B.C. The variety of colors, woven patterns, textures, and draping styles make the sari one of the world's most intricate and widely varied traditional garments. Today in India approximately six and a half million people are employed handweaving saris.