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Au Ver A Soie Threads 2


Au Ver A Soie Threads 2

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PURE SILK:

The pure silk comes directly from the spinning of cocoon silk fibers. It is the shiniest silk.

SOIE PERLÉE


Au Ver à Soie Soie Perlée™ is a 3 ply twisted filament silk that is smooth, soft, and lustrous. It is available in a range of more than 290 colours available from stock. This thread is available in 16m reels (per unit or by 10 per colour), in 80m reels (per unit or by 5 per colour) and in 1000m cones.
It is made of the best qualities of raw silk which give it an unrivalled brightness and softness. Contrary to our competitors, our thread does not snarl in the needle and has good tensile strength. It resists also very well to abrasion. We make great care, great pains to see that this product is properly made. It is considered as a reference thread in all needlework activities.


 

SOIE DE PARIS


Au Ver à Soie Soie de ParisTM is an assembly of 6 strands of intense brilliance easily separable, made from pure silk, it is perfect for all uses in the field of needlework, available in a range of 100 colors. Available in skeins of 5 or 45 meters. In a batch of 10 of the same colors. As well as in the form of a cone of 200 grams(about 720 meters).

It is made of the best qualities of raw silk which give it an unrivaled brightness and softness. Contrary to our competitors, our thread does not snarl in the needle and has good tensile strength. It resists also very well to abrasion. We make great care, great pains to see that this product is properly made. It is considered as a reference thread in all needlework activities.

Dyed in skeins to guarantee a homogeneous color, it is put on cones, 5 and 45 m. skein.

Soie de Paris is the lastest Au Ver à Soie creation promised to a very best success.


 

SILK RIBBONS
 

Ribbons are weaved from pure silk and dyed on skeins to get perfect color-homogeneity. To make creative and original needleworks, Au Ver à Soie offers a gorgeous range of Silk Ribbons with 63 colors in 4mm and 7mm, 10 colors in 13mm, and 15colours in 2mm. This range of colors matches Soie d'Alger range so that you can work in a perfect harmony of colors.

Au Ver à Soie also offers a range of variegated Silk Ribbons harmonizing with 4colours of the Soie d'Alger (15 colors in 4mm).


 

SOIE OVALE


Au Ver à Soie Soie OvaleTM (Flat silk) is a low twist filament silk that is a smooth, and lustrous. It is available in a range of 92 colours.

Available in reels of 30 meters or in a 100 grams cones (on demand).

It is made of the best qualities of raw silk which give it an unrivalled brightness and softness. Contrary to our competitors, our thread does not snarl in the needle and has a good tensile strength. It resists also very well to abrasion. We make great care, great pains to see that this product is properly made. It is considered as a reference thread in all needlework activities.


 

SOIE GOBELINS

Au Ver à Soie Soie GobelinsTM is an assembly of 2 strongly twisted strands of intense brilliance, made from pure silk, it is perfect for all uses in the field of needlework, available in a range of 84 colors.

The range of goblin silk is identical to that of silk oval to a few colors. Available as 50m reel and 100g cone (on request).

It is made of the best qualities of raw silk which give it an unrivaled brightness and softness. Contrary to our competitors, our thread does not snarl in the needle and has good tensile strength. It resists also very well to abrasion. We make great care, great pains to see that this product is properly made. It is considered as a reference thread in all needlework activities.

 

LA CHENILLE DE SOIE

Imagine a piece of velvet on a table. When you pass your hand over this shimmering and delicate surface, you will notice how soft, regular, and voluptuous it is to the touch. Today you will find this sensation with the silk chenille thread to embroider.

The chenille satin is a chenille with a velvet looking. Thinner than the classic one, the colors seem variegated as they change with the light.

This chenille has a specific side to be used: they seem made of scales so you have to use it in their natural direction. Whether you try the opposite direction, the chenille will unravel. It is not supposed to be worked on a tight fabric or if wanted, make previous holes with a big needle or a bodkin.

Available in 5 m, 10 m et 120 m skein in colors from the Soie d'Alger range.


Hand applications:

Embroidery
Trimmings
Decoration
Machine applications:

Knitting
Weaving

Envision a bolt of the finest velvet draped on a table. As your fingers stroke the shimmering surface, you notice how smooth, even and plush it is to the touch. Now this sensation is available in a thread for embroidery! Soie Chenille à Broder, Silk Chenille for Embroidery at first glance resembles a lustrous velvety cord. If you have stitched with a chenille thread made for knitting, which by comparison is neither silky to the touch nor smooth, you will not have experienced how much more luxurious silk chenille made for hand embroidery really is!

The word chenille in French literally translated means "caterpillar", which precisely describes the appearance of this thread. In other words, the little fibers of silk stand out at right angles, like the hairs of a caterpillar.

Silk Chenille for embroidery can be seen in much embroidery from the past. On raised embroidery panels for caskets and pictures from the seventeenth century, it was used as moss and foliage. Samplers in both England and America in the eighteenth century have silk chenille couched for trees for use as grass. It was also an especially popular thread with French embroiderers in the 18th century that used chenille lavishly for clothing embellishment and trim, especially with ribbon embroidery. Consulting period Victorian embroidery books you will find mention of chenille used on crazy quilts couched as trim on clothing, evening bags, and used on other embroidered articles as well.

 


The spun silk comes from the worsted silk spinning.

SOIE D'ALGER

This silk is loosely plyed and can be split easily. It doesn't come from Algeria. The name "Alger" refers to a special domestic process.

It is made of the best quality spun silk (called strusas)which gives it an unrivalled regularity, lustrous and softness. Contrary to our competitors, our thread does not snarl in the needle and has a good tensile strength. It resists also very well to abrasion. We make great care, great pains to see that this product is properly made. It is considered as a reference thread in all needlework activities. Dyed in skeins to guarantee an homogeneous colour. In 1890, our Soie d'Alger colour chart had 2688 different colours gathered in 107 sets. It is precisely this chart which is usedto add new colour.

7 strands, in a palette of more than 620 colours for embroidery and tapestry, available in 5 or 45 meter skeins or 200 grams (Around 780 meter) hanks (on demand).


Hand applications : Carpets, tapestries and embroideries restoration and creation, Trimmings, Cross stitch, counted thread, needlepoint, embroidery, Hardanger, lace making, blackwork, ribbon embroidery, stumpwork, Smocking, quilting, crazy quilting, crewel and Miniature.

Machine applications : Weaving, Knitting, Embroidery,Large topstitching (on fabrics).

Utilisation de la soie d'Alger
Utilisée par les plus grands brodeurs, le restaurateurs et les fabricants de tapis (c’est ainsi que parfois la soie d’Alger s’en va en Chine pour revenir en tapis), les utilisateurs la préfèrent parce qu’elle est souple et ne vrille pas à la différence de la concurrence dont les soies sont granuleuses et manquent de souplesse à l’emploi.


A la main:

Restauration et création de tapis, tapisseries et broderies
Point de croix, point compté…
Dentelle aux fuseaux
Fabrication de poupées et de miniatures
Canevas, tissus, gaze de soie

A la machine:

Tissage
Surpiqûres

Astuces pour bien utiliser la Soie d’Alger en broderie à la main:


Broder avec une longueur maximum de 45 cm afin de mieux contrôler votre travail et d'éviter une trop importante abrasion du fil.
Afin de multiplier les effets et l'originalité de vos points, vous pouvez également combiner un ou plusieurs fils de soie d'Alger® avec par exemple les fils métallisés Au Ver à Soie Au Sextant®.

 

SOIE 1003

Au Ver à Soie Soie 1003™ is a blend of 3 strands of moderate brilliance, made from silk schappe (combed silk), it is perfect for all uses in the field of needlework, available in an inimitable range of 290 colors.

Available in coils of 150m (tothe unit and by 10 of the same colors) as well as in cone of 1000m.

It is made of the best quality spun silk (called strusas) which gives it an unrivalled regularity, lustrous and softness. Contrary to our competitors, our thread does not snarl in the needle and has a good tensile strength. It resists also very well to abrasion. We make great care, great pains to see that this product is properly made. It is considered as a reference thread in all needlework activities.

Hand applications are : Embroideries restoration, Trimmings, Cross stitch, counted thread, needlepoint, embroidery, Hardanger, lace making, blackwork, ribbon embroidery, stumpwork, Smocking, quilting, crazy quilting, crewel and Miniature.

Sewing Machine applications : Weaving , Knitting, Embroidery, Sewing.

 

LA SOIE SURFINE

Au Ver à Soie Soie SurfineTM is a blend of 2 strands of moderate brilliance, made from silk schappe (combed silk), it is perfect for all uses in the field of needlework, available in an inimitable range of 211 colors in 300 meters.

It is made of the best quality spun silk (called strusas) which gives it an unrivalled regularity, lustrous and softness. Contrary to our competitors, our thread does not snarl in the needle and has a good tensile strength. It resists also very well to abrasion. We make great care, great pains to see that this product is properly made. It is considered as a reference thread in all needlework activities.


Hand applications : Embroideries and fabrics restoration, Trimmings, Cross stitch, counted thread, needlepoint, embroidery, lace making, blackwork, Miniature and Delicate sewing.

Machine applications : Weaving, Knitting, Embroidery and Sewing
 


Our metallic braids:
Braids (4-8-16): Soft and very strong braids perfect for any needlework or handicraft.
1 fil: To be used by itself or with another thread to create a highlighting effect
Antique: A fine thread with an "antique" luster.
Gimp: Gold or silver thread to be couched.
Bourdon: A very bright 1 ply gimp cord available in 2 different thicknesses.

Metallic 1 ply :
1 ply "bouclé" (blending filament) and 1 ply "Hi Lustre"
To be used by itself or with another thread to create a highlighting effect on all fabrics and canvas. 70 colours are available.


Metallic Antique :
Antique
A fine thread with an "antique" lustre. To be used for embroidery, cross stitch, lace making, and machine embroidery. More than 10 colors available.


Metallic BTR :

Braids 4-8-16
Soft and very strong braids, perfect for any needlework or handicraft
Tressé 4 : 4 threads braided.
Tressé 8 : 8 threads braided.
Tressé 16: 16 threads braided.


Available in more than 150 shades plain colours and mixtures, 4 flashy colors and 1 “glow in the dark”) available in Braids 4.
Can be used in machine applications.


Metallic GIMP :
Perfect thread for couching in goldwork or to highlight a part of your embroidery. 2 colors (gold and silver) available in 2 thicknesses (12 and 36).


Metallic Bourdon :
Bourdon
A very bright 1 ply gimp cord available in 2 different thicknesses. To be used for embroidery, cross stitch, lace making and machine embroidery. 4 colours are available.