Magnolia Polyester Yarn Magnolia Polyester Yarn is a fi […]
Magnolia Polyester Yarn
Magnolia Polyester Yarn is a fingering-weight yarn made from modal with a touch of cashmere. Perfect for quick knits, this soft, smooth fabric can be used to create warm-weather garments and accessories.
The surface of the cotton and rayon yarns is characterized by a considerable number of hydroxyl (-OH) groups. This is conducive to the adsorption of PANi molecules on their surface.
Magnolia Polyester Yarn is a fingering-weight yarn featuring a biodegradable modal content that provides excellent drape and a soft, luxurious feel. It's perfect for quick and easy knits and shawls.
The Newton Collection from Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines boasts a relaxed linear design with a subtly heathered backdrop, creating visual interest through coils of textured yarn finished with a macrame fringe. Designed and woven by artisans in India, the 100% wool-blend rug offers a casual charm that’s both classic and transitional.
The Sydney Collection features understated neutrals and a smooth, natural fiber texture that’s naturally resilient to heavy foot traffic. Whether you’re designing a quiet corner or bustling living room, this 100% jute woven rug is an easy and stylish choice for your space. It’s crafted by Loloi and is available in a variety of sizes and shapes. Plus, each piece is backed by a sandable cotton backing to protect your floors from wear and tear.
Magnolia is a high performance polyester yarn that can stand up to the rigors of everyday wear and tear. It has a high tensile strength, low shrinkage and lustrous properties. Its elasticity and durability make it ideal for a range of applications, from apparel to footwear. It is also extremely lightweight and affordable compared to its traditional wool counterparts.
Magnolia's most impressive claim to fame is the fact that it's manufactured from a biodegradable fiber. The foxy fibres boast a smooth construction that allows for excellent stitch definition and exceptional drape. It's a delight to work with and will give your designs a luxurious touch. The best part is it comes in a range of attractive shades that will suit any style scheme and budget. It's an absolute must have in your yarn bag. The most popular use is for garments, but it's also great for blankets, toys, accessories and more!
The resulting fiber is spun into a yarn that can be wound onto bobbins to be woven into fabrics. Polyester can be woven into fabric at a variety of different weights and textures, making it an excellent option for many applications.