White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2
White Treasure Box #2

White Treasure Box #2

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£36.00

There are 8 sets available of white treasure box #2, all with the same kinds of thread and little items inside. Only the colour of the linen on a little spool vary. 

In the box you will find:

Four skeins of vintage linen embroidery threads, ca 60 meter

One skein of antique Swedish weavers linen thread, slubby, fine, unbleached. 

One skein of vintage silk embroidery thread,
pre-cut in varying lengths. 

A braid of 1960's strong and even fiber linen thread, approximately 70 strands of just under one meter each. To use this thread just pull a strand from the top of the braid. 

One small hank of natural fibre thread, likely to be linen.
Unknown age, interesting texture. 

A paper spool of Swedish vintage linen

A lace making bobbin with linen thread, Swedish

A spool of vintage silk from an old Danish haberdashery. The paper label shows the words "Silver Medal Paris, 1878". The very last spools of this beautiful silk will be added in this week's white treasure boxes. 

A piece of linen with a chenille needle, an antique packing needle and a mid century Japanese pin. An old thimble from a German branded box found in Sweden. 

Nordiska's soft cotton embroidery yarn

Japanese gima thread, pre cut shorter pieces, and a strand of recycled Swedish fabrics from a rag rug weaver.

Under the thread a folded eastern European vintage cloth, varying sizes, all larger than the size of the box. 

Each boc are as pictured, pale blue Linblomman "The best linen yarn for embroidery" from the 1960's.
There is also a little gift inside it: "ILLWA", little metal holders for vines/twiner plants, recently bought in a Swedish antique store just outside Gothenburg. 

Returns are accepted within three weeks.