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Craft Yarns Phrema Design

To optimize our work, we are always careful to offer the finest pieces according to our values which are our very strength. We aspire to protect the environment, for its benefit, the animals, the community, and the workers and buy from a carefully targeted group of suppliers.

We work together with small craftsmen who create goods that are entirely handmade with great dedication and experience. These people use techniques passed down from generation to generation.

We only use high-quality dyes since they are stable and with a low environmental impact (ARS.)

Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes (extracted from flowers, roots and plants) or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg). You can choose synthetic dyes (ARS), type, and shade of colour as well.

Our hand spun yarns are twisted by hand which results in some irregularities in thickness.

To better appreciate the hight quality of our yarns and the shades of colors, we recommend that you request a sample.

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Yarns

F001 LIGHT YAK WOOL

It is produced from the coat hair of yak, a long-haired bovine. This wool is completely natural and hand-carded and hand-spun. Yarns can be dyed on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for loom weaving.
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F002 DARK YAK WOOL

It is produced from the coat hair of yak, a long-haired bovine. This wool is completely natural and hand-carded and hand-spun. Suitable for loom weaving.
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F003 NATURAL TIBETAN WOOL 80 KNOTS

Pure wool. The Tibetan sheep live in an extremely inhospitable high-altitude environment. The wool we have chosen is rich with lanolin. It is hand-carded and hand-spun. Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for loom weaving and knit work
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F004 HANDMADE FELTRED TIBETAN WOOL

Feltring is the process of brushing the fibres to organize them, is a hand or mechanical process. Natural colour. Yarns can be dyed on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for loom weaving.
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F005 MACHINE FELTRED TIBETAN WOOL

Feltring is the process of brushing the fibres to organize them, is a hand or mechanical process. Natural colour. Yarns can be dyed on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for loom weaving.
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F006 DYED TIBETAN WOOL 100 KNOTS

100% pure wool. The Tibetan sheep live in an extremely inhospitable high-altitude environment. The wool we have chosen is rich with lanolin. It is hand-carded and hand-spun. Available in different colours (dyed with ARS colours). Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for loom weaving and knit work.
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F007 DYED TIBETAN WOOL 60 KNOTS

100% pure wool. The Tibetan sheep live in an extremely inhospitable high-altitude environment. The wool we have chosen is rich with lanolin. It is hand-carded and hand-spun. Available in different colours (dyed with ARS colours). Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for loom weaving and knit work.
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F008 DYED COTTON 100 KNOTS

100% pure cotton. Available in different colours. We use ARS colours since they are stable and with a low environmental impact. Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for macrame, crochet and knitting needles and loom weaving work.
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F009 TWISTED COTTON

High twist pure cotton. Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for macrame, crochet and knitting needles, and loom weaving work.
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F010 NATURAL COTTON 100 KNOTS

100% pure cotton, spun machine. Yarns can be dyed on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for working with macramé technique, crochet hook, knitting needles, and loom weaving work.
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F011 NATURAL COTTON 60 KNOTS

100% pure cotton, spun machine. Yarns can be dyed on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for working with macramé technique, bobbin lace, crochet hook, knitting needles, and loom weaving work.
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F012 DYED COTTON 60 KNOTS

100% pure cotton. Available in different colours. We use ARS colours since they are stable and with a low environmental impact. Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg). Suitable for working with macramé technique, bobbin lace, crochet hook, knitting needles, and loom weaving work.
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F013 BANANO YARN NOT DYED

It is an ancient kind of yarn and one of the world’s strongest natural fibres. These are scraped from the bark of a banana tree. Once its skins and fibres have been separated, the fibres are joined together to create 4 long threads that are not twisted together.
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F014 DYED BANANO YARN

It is an ancient type of yarn and one of the strongest natural fibers in the world. These are scraped from the bark of a banana tree. Once the hides and fibers have been separated, the fibers are joined to create 4 long threads that do not twist. Available dyed with ARS colors.
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F015 BAMBOO YARN NOT DYED

It is a kind of viscose. During the process, cellulose is extracted from the plant. This silk is soft and cool to the touch and hypoallergenic. The fibres are joined together to create 8 long threads that are not twisted together. Suitable for macrame, bobbin lace, crochet and knitting needles, loom weaving work.
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F016 DYED BAMBOO YARN

It is a kind of viscose. During the process, the cellulose is extracted from the plant. This silk is soft and fresh to the touch and hypoallergenic. The fibers are joined together to create 8 long strands that are not twisted together. Available dyed with ARS colors. Suitable for working with macramé technique, bobbin lace, crochet hook, knitting needles, and loom weaving work.
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F017 MULBERRY SILK 60/2

Pure mulberry silk. Its fibres are strong and flexible. We only use the finest quality; our yarns are not obtained from damaged cocoons or wastes. Natural colour. Yarns can be dyed on request (min. order 500gr). Suitable for macrame, crochet and knitting needles and loom weaving work.
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F018 MULBERRY SILK 140/2

Pure mulberry silk. Its fibres are strong and flexible. We only use the finest quality; our yarns are not obtained from damaged cocoons or wastes. Natural colour. Yarns can be dyed on request (min. order 500gr). Suitable for macrame, crochet and knitting needles and loom weaving work.
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F019 NATURAL HEMP 150 KNOTS

Hemp has been used since ancient times. The Phoenicians were likely to use it to build their departures.
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F020 BLEACHED HEMP 100 KNOTS

Hemp has been used since ancient times. It is likely that Phoenicians used it to build their sailings. The yarn is hand-spun. Yarns dyed with natural plant-based dyes or mineral ones are available on request (min. order 1Kg)
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F021 NATURAL NETTLE YARN

Nettle fibre yarns have been used for centuries in Nepal. Eco-sustainable yarn as it is completely biodegradable. It is hand-spun.
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F022 BLEACHED NETTLE YARN

Nettle fibre yarns have been used for centuries in Nepal. The yarn is bleached and hand-spun. Can be dyed on request (minimum order 1 kg)
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F023 NATURAL LINEN

Linen fabrics are some of the oldest fabrics in the world. Wear-resistant material, it comes with natural shade (not dyed) and hand-spun. Can be dyed on request (minimum order 1 kg)
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F028 UNDYED EUCALYPTUS YARN

Eucalyptus yarn is obtained from the cellulose of the plant of the same name. This is one of the most ecological materials that nature offers us since it only needs rainwater. It does not need chemical treatments and even its processing has zero environmental impact. But its qualities do not end here. Eucalyptus yarn is indeed a breathable material, naturally antibacterial, and does not get wrinkled easily. Furthermore, it is bright, soft, and biodegradable. The process of spinning is mechanical. It permits almost any type of processing. Measuring per single yarn 20/2.
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F029 DYED EUCALYPTUS YARN

Eucalyptus yarn is obtained from the cellulose of the plant of the same name. This is one of the most ecological materials that nature offers us since it only needs rainwater. It does not need chemical treatments and even its processing has zero environmental impact. But its qualities do not end here. Eucalyptus yarn is indeed a breathable material, naturally antibacterial, and does not get wrinkled easily. Furthermore, it is bright, soft, and biodegradable. It is coloured with synthetic dyes with a low environmental impact. The process of spinning is mechanical. It permits almost any type of processing. Measuring per single yarn 20/2.
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F034 INDIAN SILK

100% pure Indian silk, This yarn is obtained from silkworms. It is composed of 14 fibres twisted together. We sell it in its natural colour (ecru). It is soft to the touch and resistant and permits almost any type of processing. Measuring per single yarn 80/2 See the technical sheet.
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F035 AHIMSA SILK - VEGAN SILK

Ahimsa silk is a kind of non-violent and vegan silk. The silkworm can complete its metamorphosis to the moth stage and will not be killed in the cocoon stage. This yarn is very peculiar since is composed of strands of different lengths twisted together. It maintains its lustre and resistance. Furthermore, hand spinning gives it an irregular thickness. We sell it in its natural colour (white). Recommended for artistic creations and pieces of furniture.
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Please contact us for requests for products and samples or if you want to see our yarns.
We are constantly looking for high quality yarns both in Italy and abroad.

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