2ply Irish Linen 2/13 lea on cone. light twist . shade 2133 Bubble Gum Pink min 745g

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$32.27
+ $11.16 shipping

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$32.27
+ $11.16 shipping
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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Pure Irish Linen.

Very suitable as a warp thread. Smooth and slightly lustrous.

Sold on the cone, this is priced at £3.70 per 100g, so the price depends on the weight of the cone.

2 ply 2/13 lea

This is shade 2133 A bright Bubble Gum Pink

Approx 1900yds/lb
3850m/kg
385m/100g

Min 745g on this cone

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