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Cotona Cotton color card

Madeira Cotona Cotton Thread Printed Color Card

SKU: WFK-125
$5.00

Cotona No. 50 The ideal quilting thread made from highgrade premium quality Egyptian cotton with outstanding processing properties for any types of machines. The thread`s extremely high tensile strength means perfect results for quilting, patchwork, lace making, embroidering and sewing. Manufactured in accordance with the most stringent quality and environmental guidelines. Cotona 50 is available in 120 colors.


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Madeira Cotona Cotton Thread Printed Color Card

$5.00

Madeira Cotona Cotton Thread

100% EGYPTIAN COTTON

Being the longest variety of cotton (3.8 – 4.4cm), Egyptian cotton is renowned for its durability and soft feel. Though produced from the same plant species as Pima cotton, Egyptian cotton is stronger and softer, due to the hot, dry climate of the Nile River Valley.

EXTRA-LONG STAPLE COTTON

"Extra-long staple cotton" refers to a type of cotton fiber that is longer in length compared to standard cotton fibers. Staple length refers to the length of the individual fibers that make up cotton threads.

DOUBLE-MERCERIZED

Double-mercerized Egyptian cotton refers to a specific type of cotton thread that has undergone a special mercerization process.
Mercerization is a textile treatment process that improves the properties of cotton fibers. The cotton yarn or fabric is treated with a caustic soda solution under tension, causing the fibers to swell and straighten. This process increases the cotton's luster, strength, and affinity for dye, resulting in a smoother and more lustrous appearance.