Cotton with long staple fibre lengths responds best to mercerisation. Mercerised thread is commonly used to produce fine crochet. Slight Color variation may possible.
Dupion Silk: Dupioni (also referred to as Douppioni or Dupion) is a plain weave crisp type of silk fabric, produced by using fine thread in the warp and uneven thread reeled from two or more entangled cocoons in the weft. This creates tightly-woven yardage with a highly-lustrous surface. It is similar to shantung, but slightly thicker, heavier, and with a greater slub (cross-wise irregularity) count.
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