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Duet Cotton / Linen Weaving Yarn ~ Marble

$ 23.00 USD

Duet - GIST's first line of weaving yarn. Marble is Duet in it's natural un-dyed state, with a creamy cotton and a pale gray linen.

2 slubby plies of US grown cotton + 1 ply of European tow linen. A beautiful, textured yarn designed especially for weavers. Strong enough for warp, soft enough to wear next to skin, and hardy enough for kitchen towels.  Truly a versatile yarn that we hope will become a beloved staple on your loom for many kinds of projects. Comes on ¼ lb. (4 oz) cones with 600 yards per cone. 

    55% linen / 45% cotton. 2,390 ypp. Suitable for warp and weft, on rigid heddle, table, and floor looms. Recommended sett of 12-16 epi. Machine wash on cool. Air dry or machine dry (air drying preserves the life of linen longer). Linen gets a softer and lovelier hand with each washing. 

    Spun and dyed in North Carolina. 

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 29 reviews
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    S.C.
    Waffles

    I'm a waffle weave washcloth with this. I gifted them to friends and family and everybody loves them. They say they're soft but not too soft textured but not to texture. I found it easy to work with.

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    L.S.
    Duet yarn

    I bought 3 colors of the Duet yarn snd I love them! Lovely colors and a great texture for my planned dishtowels. Thank you Gist Yarn & Fiber for great service and high quality products.

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    G.T.
    Lovely weaving yarn

    I used this yarn to make the Skip Dent scarf and I loved how the scarf turned out. I was able to use the yarn as both warp and weft in a rigid heddle loom. I did advance my warp more frequently because of the yarn’s slubby texture to avoid shredding the warp threads. But otherwise, the yarn was easy to use and the color is a lovely, deep pink.

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    S.F.
    Beautiful

    This fiber is so gorgeous! I want to weave everything with it. :)

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    Y.H.
    Duet tends to shred and break

    I am not a complete fan of this yarn. Unless you use a looser warp and spritz the yarn as you weave, it tends to shred and break. Unfortunately Gist doesn't warn you about this when you buy it.