Wool fabric - broadcloth and twill for embroidery and handicraft
Twill is a wool fabric woven and then processed in water. The surface becomes smooth on one side and on the other side you can see the wires in the weave. Used for the "Dala-Floda embroidery" in which the threads lies on top of the fabric. Light twill is also suitable to make appiications with. Broadcloth or plain weave is a woven, easy processed wool fabric where you can still see the weave. There are various thicknesses and qualities. Broadcloth is used for the "Scania Embroidery". It is flexible and is used for clothing, bags, cushions and pillows. The thread joins well with the fabric. Click here to find fabric
Linen fabrics designed especially for free embroidery. Aida fabric for cross stitch and canvas for tapestry embroidery are available in different densities. It is counted in fabric threads per centimeter/ inches. The higher the number of threads-the finer/ tighter weave. Choose yarn for coarseness of the fabric!
Crewel threads of wool and cotton Mouliné
Chooset hreads for embroidery by feel and function. By varying the stitches and the yarn thickness your design becomes more vivid. Mora embroidery threads is a thin, soft and strong double-stranded, twisted yarn suitable for embroidery of fine details. Brage fill large areas, is sustainable and its also suitable to embroider on knitwear. Try also othereffect threads like linen, sewing silk, gold and silver threads. Mouliné is made of cotton or linen and has six strands that you can devide. Here you find embroideryy threads