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French for "And the butterfly embroiders..."
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Mountmellick threads
Mountmellick embroidery originated in the village of Mountmellick in Ireland, it is part of the family of white-work embroidery. It is done with matt white cotton threads (Mountmellick threads) on a thick white satin also made of cotton. The embroidered works are then edged with knitted fringes. The motifs are big and represent wild flowers. The beauty of the embroidery is in the grand variety of stitches used, and the choice of stitches which give the embroidery its relief. It can be used for table-cloths, table-runners, bags, clothing, bedspreads, cushions, curtains, etc.
photo: fil mountmellick No2

Mountmellick thread
n° 2 (thin)

white 100% cotton
Used for small surfaces and details
made in Great Britain

Skein 15metres - 2,00€
photo: fil mountmellick No3

Mountmellick thread
n° 3 (medium)

white 100% cotton
Used for most Mountmellick embroidery
made in Great Britain

Skein 15metres - 2,60€
photo: fil mountmellick No4

Mountmellick thread
n° 4 (thick)

white 100% cotton
Used for big stitches (such as knots) and padding
made in Great Britain

Skein 15metres - 3,20€
photo: fil mountmellick tricot

Ball of Mountmellick knitting thread

white 100% cotton
Used for the Mountmellick fringes, for this you need to work with 2, 3, or 4 balls at the same time.
made in Australia

Ball 50g - 5,60€ Temporarily out of stock
photo: fil mountmellick couture

DMC thick sewing thread

white 100% polyester
used for top stitching with the sewing machine if you don't want to have fringes.

DMC thick sewing thread- 4,20€

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