Did you mayhaps mean tercel?
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“Undoing the decreases in this slippery tencel is not for the faint of heart, especially when you can barely see them!”
“There are two aran weight yarns: a wool, mohair, angora tweed called Blackstone tweed and a 50/50 wool tencel called Lustra that I'm already coveting.”
“One Plus One, a fellow sustainable fashion blog, provided a helpful Guide to Buying Green with priceless info on what to look for in sustainable fashion, from bamboo to tencel, dyes to ink.”
“Sea Cell is a plant fiber created from seaweed and tencel or Lyocell.”
“The fibers she covers include cotton, linen, hemp, soy, bamboo, tencel, rayon, the new synthetics and more, plus “the most delicious non-wool of all: silk.””
“So I was pleasantly surprised when I happened upon tencel.”
“Cascade Yarns offer a 50/50 blend of pima cotton and tencel.”
“Radiance is a super wash merino wool/tencel blend.”
“Etsy also had a wealth of spinners using tencel in their blends.”
“A quick search here found a plethora of yummy yarns and batts using some percentage of tencel to create wonderful blends and colorways.”
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Words relating to the gentle art of making yarn.
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