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Two types of silk thread are shown here: Kreinik Silk Mori, a spun silk (the skeins) and Kreinik Silk Serica, a filament silk (the spools). You can see the difference in texture and sheen. From
Whether you are part of a cheerleading group, sports team, or a fundraising coordinator, you can use C.A.K.S. Laces to brighten the corner where you are, support a worthy cause, and put a little fun in your step. Perfect for everyday wear, too.
This needlepoint design, a canvas from Meredith Barnhill of M's Canvashouse, was finished with cording made with two colors of Kreinik Micro Ice Chenille, using the Custom Corder.
These two designs from the Kreinik museum show silver Japan Threads in Braid and Ribbon versions used with silk threads. Notice the visual effect of a shiny thread next to a silk thread—gorgeous. The silver complements so many colors, and looks beautiful next to silver (or clear) beads.
Glow-in-the-dark threads are a fun element to add to any design. They are especially perfect for anything that "glows" in real life, such as moonlight. Photo is from a design by Kreinik.
Varieties of metallic threads
Metallic threads add light and color to needlework designs. Use them like a spice in cooking—to add interest, a little zip, to keep your design from being bland.
Kreinik silk and metallic threads make a sweet and simple cross-stitched heart.
Kreinik Iron-on Metallic Threads "write" the word Joy on this recycled gift tag.
Detail of Eleanor Levie's Pomegranates quilt