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White Eri peace silk combed top - 1 OUNCE - sold by jessica

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Eri silk , or  Ahishma silk,  comes from wild silk worms who dine exclusively on Cator plants.  Eri silk is often called "peace silk" because the moth is allowed to make a hole and escape the cocoon before it is degummed. Their enzyme does not destroy the silk like the mulberry silk worms.   

This silk is creamy, smooth, has a very warm quality and is whiter in color than the mulberry silk.   The Eri silk is spun into yarn rather than reeled because it is not one continuous thread like the mulberry silk, which can often be a mile long. This give it a more "wooly" effect, but with the softness of silk.

 

 

 

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