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Gloriana Threads 2

Gloriana Threads




Source: http://www.glorianathreads.com/
Where to buy: http://www.glorianathreads.com/Where_To_Buy.html
 


GLORIANA THREADS
 

Duchess Silk is a hand-dyed silk perle, heavier than our Princess Perle and Princess Perle Petite lines. It is suitable for all stitches on 13 mesh needlepoint canvas and can be used for long or satin stitches on 18 mesh canvas. It is not recommended for continental or basket-weave 18 mesh, it's too thick.

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors (Silk Floss, Silk Ribbon, Princess Perle and Luminescence) or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

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                        Narcissus


Florimell Silk Floss. Gloriana is the name of the queen of fairies in Sir Edmond Spenser's poem, The Faerie Queene, an incomplete epic poem published in England in two parts in 1590 and 1596. This allegorical poem glorifies Queen Elizabeth I, who was known as Gloriana for the rest of her reign. Florimell, another female character in the poem, represents beauty and purity. Florimell means honey flower.
 

Florimell is hand-dyed Au Ver à Soie® Soie d'Alger, a 7 strand silk floss, available in 5 yard skeins. 

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

001
                        Charcoal


Gloriana Lorikeet is an over-dyed 9-ply 100% Australian Wool. Perfect for embroidery, crewel, needlepoint, punchneedle and counted-thread. It may be plied down to one strand to stitch on 32 count linen or use in any combination of 1 to 9 ply.

Lorikeet has shades within a color so you may find between 1 and 5 shades of a color in the list below. Skeins are available in 6 yard, 40 yard, 100 yard, 200 yard and 430 yard lengths. Most shops carry only the 6 yard skeins but other sizes can be special ordered by your local needlework shop.

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory. The checklist is a PDF file and is readable with Adobe® Acrobat® Reader®.

Gloriana Lorikeet is an over-dyed 9-ply 100% Australian Wool. Perfect for embroidery, crewel, needlepoint, punchneedle and counted-thread. It may be plied down to one strand to stitch on 32 count linen or use in any combination of 1 to 9 ply.

Lorikeet has shades within a color so you may find between 1 and 5 shades of a color in the list below. Skeins are available in 6 yard, 40 yard, 100 yard, 200 yard and 430 yard lengths. Most shops carry only the 6 yard skeins but other sizes can be special ordered by your local needlework shop.

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

002W2 Silver Fox Light


Gloriana Luminescence is an over-dyed silk twist (Soie 100/3) that comes in most of the same colors that our Silk Floss is available in. Skeins are available in 20 yard, 40 yard or 100 yard lengths.

Luminescence is a single strand buttonhole twist which may be used alone or multiple strands may be used to achieve the coverage your require. It is a very smooth, shiny thread and stitches appear to sparkle because of the way the silk twist reflects light. If you like to stitch with silk, you'll love stitching with Luminescence.

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors (Silk Floss, Silk Ribbon, Princess Perle and Luminescence) or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

Many of the photos are of large hanks in order to show distinct color change, while others are of skeins (usually 40 yard skeins). To stitch with more than strand of Luminescence with the color changes lined up, place each strand next to another and move until like colors are next to each other as much as possible.

000 Soft White


Gloriana Princess Perle is an exceptionally lustrous and shiny three ply, non-divisible perle thread ideal for 18 count canvas. It is also beautiful on 25 count linen and is approximately equivalent in size to cotton perle #5. Twisted more tightly than cotton perle, this silk perle has the sparkle and strength that cotton lacks.

Gloriana Princess Perle Petite is overdyed Kanagawa 1000 denier continuous filament silk thread. This high quality and lovely thread is widely used by Crazy Quilters and is available from Gloriana in beautiful hand-dyed variegated colors. Gloriana Princess Perle Petite is also highly suitable for stitching on canvas and linen for both counted thread and surface embroidery.

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors (Silk Floss, Silk Ribbon, Princess Perle and Luminescence) or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

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                        Vanilla


Our hand-dyed Silk Chenille is suitable for stitching in 13 mesh needlepoint canvas or can be used for couching or embellishment on other fabrics.
 

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

000 Soft
                        White


Hand-Dyed Silk Floss. This spun silk thread has silk's beauty, luster, and shine, but doesn't catch on your hands. The size of one strand is comparable to other stranded silks, such as SplendorSoie Cristale, and Soie d'AlgerGloriana Silk is soft and remarkably easy to stitch with. Gloriana Silk is available in the colors shown below.

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors (Silk Floss, Silk Ribbon, Princess Perle and Luminescence) or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

002 Silver Fox


Silk ribbons are lovely for embellishment or stitching and have been used in embroidery and quilting for many years. Gloriana Silk Ribbons are all hand-dyed, most in colors to match the 12-strand silk. Gloriana offers 4 mm, 7 mm and the hard-to-find 13 mm size.

You may also print a alphabetical checklist of colors (Silk Floss, Silk Ribbon, Princess Perle and Luminescence) or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory.

001 Charcoal


Our hand-dyed Tudor Silk (manufactured in Switzerland) is an extra-fine silk wonderful for stitching on high count fabrics such as 40 & 45 count linens. It separates into 12 strands, with each strand half the weight of a "normal" strand of our silk floss. Stitch with one strand over-one on fine counts or vary the number of strands for other counts.
 

To stitch, use a short length of Tudor Silk. If knotting occurs, Thread Heaven can help prevent it.

You may print a alphabetical checklist of colors or numerical checklist of colors to help keep track of your inventory. 

000 Soft
                        White

Washing Gloriana silks

Gloriana silks are washable in cold water; washing instructions are on our new labels. In case the label doesn't have washing information, it is as follows: wash quickly with mild soap (such as Orvus), rinse thoroughly, and blot out all excess moisture immediately. Be sure that the rinse water runs clear before drying. Iron the piece dry using a warm, dry iron (do not use steam) placing the embroidery right side down on a clean, dry terry cloth towel and covering the wrong side with a pressing cloth.

If, as you iron, you see any sign of color bleeding rinse the piece immediately and start the drying process over again. Do not leave the piece to dry overnight since it would mean you won't be around if any last moisture escaping causes color bleeding.