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65 Roses Silk Scarves Weaving Kit
65 Roses Silk Scarves Weaving Kit

June 03, 2022

What is Treenway Silks' connection to cystic fibrosis? You're not the first to ask that. Susie...

65 Roses One-of-a-Kind Silk Yarn
65 Roses One-of-a-Kind Silk Yarn

June 03, 2022

65 Roses is our color line that supports research for a cure for cystic fibrosis. Treenway Silks donations at least 10% of all sales to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, in honor of Andrea's angels.

Wandering Paths Stole
Wandering Paths Stole

July 21, 2018

Knitting with Sari Ribbons--secret finsihing tips from Cheryl Oberle
Knitting with Sari Ribbons--secret finsihing tips from Cheryl Oberle

July 28, 2013

For the last year Cheryle Oberle has enjoyed playing with Sari Silk Ribbon as a knitting medium. Working with the artisan-created streamers ...

Can Muga silk be dyed?
Can Muga silk be dyed?

January 31, 2012

Spoiler alert! The answer is ...

Prayer Shawl by Sarah Saulson
Prayer Shawl by Sarah Saulson

January 28, 2012

The spun silk just glows...

Eri Hand-Spun Silk Yarn
Eri Hand-Spun Silk Yarn

January 02, 2012

We have expanded our Wild Silk selection - we now carry hand-spun Eri silk yarn.

Peduncle Yarn from Tropical Tasar (tussah) Silk Cocoons
Peduncle Yarn from Tropical Tasar (tussah) Silk Cocoons

January 01, 2012

This very unusual silk yarn is from the tropical tussah (tasar in India) caterpillar. This “little guy” has a cocoon spinning process unlike any other silk producing caterpillars in the world, including the temperate tussah silkworm.

Silken Ankara yarn
Silken Ankara yarn

January 01, 2012

The year of the rabbit ends on January 22, 2012. The next rabbit year begins January 22, 2023. However, our Silken Ankara yarn (55% silk / 45% angora rabbit) is always available. Silken Ankara is so wonderfully soft it rivals cashmere!

Sprang Weavings by Carol James
Sprang Weavings by Carol James

December 01, 2011

Carol James, the SashWeaver (aka as "the sprang lady") has created two...

Muffy Young's Handwovens
Muffy Young's Handwovens

November 01, 2011

Is this gorgeous or what?!!

Lynn's Silk Stole on Loom
Lynn's Silk Stole on Loom

October 22, 2011

Lynn, from South Carolina, is making a vestment for her friend...

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65 Roses Threads & Ribbons
65 Roses Threads & Ribbons

June 10, 2022

Introducing Shinju
Introducing Shinju

June 10, 2022

We are so excited to introduce our new thread "Shinju" which means...

Just Cross Stitich Jan/Feb 2020
Just Cross Stitich Jan/Feb 2020

December 30, 2019

So many projects featuring 65 Roses threads...

Silk Threads in Natural-dye colors
Silk Threads in Natural-dye colors

June 17, 2014

Our natural dyes color palette ...

Needlepoint Now magazine
Needlepoint Now magazine "Thread Tales" column

December 01, 2013

We're so EXCITED!! Suzanne Howren and Beth Robertson's "Thread Tales" story in the November/December 2013 issue of Needlepoint Now magazine is a WONDERFUL article on Treenway Silks! Page 57.

Threedle's Triple Crown
Threedle's Triple Crown

November 01, 2013

Threedle Needleart Design's Triple Crown "The Belmont" colorway uses Treenway Silks' 100% silk threads ...

Halloween Cross Stitch Project
Halloween Cross Stitch Project

January 08, 2013

There's a terrific counted cross-stitch design by Peggy Tipton and Pat Cherry of Fern Ridge Collections that's in Just Cross Stitch magazine's ...

DebBee Designs' charts using Treenway Silks' thread
DebBee Designs' charts using Treenway Silks' thread

January 07, 2013

We’re so excited that esteemed canvas work designer Debbie Rowley (DebBee’s Designs) selected Treenway Silks’ threads to use in two designs! Both debuted at TNNA-June 2013 show and they have been incredibly popular!

Crazy Quilt Square
Crazy Quilt Square

September 02, 2011

Here's a crazy quilt square by Val Bothell of The Pink Bunny in Wichita, KS

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65 Roses--honorary designation
65 Roses--honorary designation

June 17, 2022

For this year, we are conferring honorary "65 Roses status" to all of our Salt Spring Island (SSI) colorways for June.

Multicolor Silk Fiber for Blending
Multicolor Silk Fiber for Blending

June 17, 2022

Long overlooked, this silk blend is relatively inexpensive and blends beautifully with wool and other fibers.

Haunted Forest
Haunted Forest

March 17, 2020

This is the Forest of No Return...

Dyeing Hankies
Dyeing Hankies

December 31, 2018

On New Years Eve...

Unicorn Tail
Unicorn Tail

June 04, 2017

New colorway naming contest...

Spinzilla 2016
Spinzilla 2016

October 10, 2016

Spinzilla is officially over...

Red Eri Sliver
Red Eri Sliver

March 01, 2014

In addition to our White Eri Silk combed top/sliver, we stock Red Eri Silk sliver from India. Our Red Eri Silk is ...

Wild Cocoons
Wild Cocoons

January 07, 2013

We carry five different wild cocoons (in addition to our Bombyx or cultivated cocoons).

Spinning the Solid-Color and new Variegated Tussah Silk Slivers
Spinning the Solid-Color and new Variegated Tussah Silk Slivers

January 12, 2011

Diane de Souza spun silk sliver to make samples for us. Treenway Silks' hand-dyed tussah sliver is either tonal or variegated. Diane prefers the tonal to a straight solid as it gives more depth to the finished yarn and is more interesting (mentally) to spin.

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The Story of Kiku (the pup, not the yarn)
The Story of Kiku (the pup, not the yarn)

June 13, 2022

Best Dog Ever! June 11, 2010 - June 13, 2022

Photo Studio Assistant
Photo Studio Assistant

January 06, 2022

Supervisor Mayu...what would I do without you?!

In Memory
In Memory

June 09, 2021

Mom ♥♥♥

In Celebration of the Doll
In Celebration of the Doll

June 01, 2019

Treenway Silks is proud to be a sponsor of "In Celebration of the Doll" ...

Shop Assistant
Shop Assistant

February 20, 2019

Milk Mustache...helper or just another pretty face?

Another Color!
Another Color!

June 09, 2016

Our new color is an exact match!

More Silk from China
More Silk from China

March 03, 2016

705 lbs artfully strapped into our pick up truck -- plus one box in the cab! Thank you Richard!

George Washington's Mount Vernon
George Washington's Mount Vernon

December 01, 2014

If any of you are traveling to Virginia to take in the historical sites, be sure to notice the new drapery trimmings made with Treenway Silks' silk yarn.