Japanese Paper Viscose Weaving Yarn ~ Moss
A warm, mossy green viscose paper weaving yarn.
This yarn is created by Ito Yarns in Japan ~ this line of yarn is called Washi. Washi follows the tradition of noble Japanese paper yarns with an extremely silky softness. Paper yarns have a lasting tradition in Japan and are often compared to silk in their qualities and character—cool in summer, warm in winter. The paper is twisted with a rayon thread to give stability and strength. It is a fine yarn that can be woven as a single strand of weft, or combined with other weft threads, giving your finished piece delightful texture.To learn more about Ito Yarns, and to see all available colors and materials, click here.
25 grams, .9 ounces. 273 yards. 28 wraps per inch, not suitable for warp. 54% paper, 46% viscose. Hand wash, lay flat to dry. Spun in Japan.