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From Lecien COSMO comes the Hidamari Sashiko thread collection. These luxury Sashiko threads come wound on a cone for ease of use - simply cut your desired length and start stitching. Sashiko thread is a single strand cotton thread approximately the same thickness as size 8 perle cotton. It can be used in Sashiko stitching, boro mending, embroidery, crochet and more.PRODUCT DETAILS:
I really like the shading of colors against the indigo background of my work.
I bought several of these variegated colors of sashiko thread and they’re going to be gorgeous in so many of the sashiko kits. Great dyeing job too.
Previous to this, I had only used Olympus Sashiko thread. The Cosmo Hidamari thread is slightly thinner, but still a joy to use. I love the way the variegation came out in my small project, and the thread felt really smooth and lovely to stitch with. I'll definitely buy more in this colorway and others.
I love the colors in this thread- blue, green and violet. I wish the variations were a little further apart; but this works for smaller sashiko projects I have completed.
There are all different types of sashiko thread. I recommend Claudia's sashiko thread comparison chart that identifies the differences in thickness of the threads to find the perfect thread for your project.
I have this in several colors and love to use it in embroidery of all kinds. Love the colors, the variegation, even the spools they come on!