I use this thread in my bookbinding and find it easy to work with and is strong and sturdy. It holds up well over time and is the historical choice of bookbinders. Great for bookbinding, macrame, basket weaving, jewelry, and bead stringing. The wax reduces friction which allows the thread to glide through much more easily as you sew and keeps the fibers from fraying, plus it grips knots well so they won't untie by themselves.
This 4 ply cord is size 18 which is approximately 0.82 mm in diameter (comparable to 20 gauge wire).
Colors will vary from lot to lot and also may look different on your monitor. Please allow for slight color differences, and order extra for large projects.
Available colors: <<<< In an attempt to more accurately represent the color I have renamed some of the colors from what Crawford calls them. The name in parenthesis (if applicable) is Crawford's title. >>>> warm white (white) natural Victorian rose ...this is a beige with a pinkish cast to it walnut brown chocolate brown (dark chocolate) black charcoal gray light gray (slate grey) light blue (robin blue) slate blue (denim) denim blue (Williamsburg blue) royal blue navy blue teal blue turquoise seafoam green (sage) emerald green mint green lime green (country yellow) khaki green (olive drab) spruce green (dark forest green) dark green (dark emerald green) salmon pink (light rose) hot pink (fuchsia) magenta plum lavender red (country red) maroon rust (dark rust) burnt orange (light rust) orange (orange crush) yellow-orange (bright autumn yellow) butterscotch yellow