The sari has a long history in India. The first depiction of sari like costumes can be seen in sculptures dating back to 100 B.C. The variety of colors, patterns, weaves, and draping styles make the sari one of the world's most fascinating...More Details
The sari has a long history in India. The first depiction of sari like costumes can be seen in sculptures dating back to 100 B.C. The variety of colors, patterns, weaves, and draping styles make the sari one of the world's most fascinating costumes. Today in India six and a half million people are engaged in the production of handloom sarees.
This fiber has been "pulled" into roving form for your convenience when using for your artistic endeavors. Perfect for blending, felting, and spinning, these are highly saturated rovings with gleams of multiple shades in each roving. To say that these fibers are mesmerizing is an understatement, sprinkle them liberally to bring life to any project!
It took a while to receive the fiber, but overall excellent customer service, apparently there was a problem with a dye lot, and within minutes of putting my order in I received a phone call about the issue and it was resolved, the product is gorgeous and very soft
Very nice. Will buy again
I have gained a lot of experience through spinning sari silk. While it was difficult to spin thin , it turned out beautiful. I am pleased with my purchase and look forward to buying more in the future.
I used the recycled sari silk pulled rovings in my felt projects and I love them. The silk fibers attach easily to the wool fibers and add a subtle sheen to the project.