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With your name, address and the yarn you wish to order.
When ordering UKI yarn please use the color and number. UKI ships by color number
5.24/4 Bamboo yarn, 1,050 yards per pound, $23.00 LB
The same size as 3/2 Mercerized cotton
5 Cone Minimum order
Mix and match any UKI yarn, color or sizes to get UKI's minimum order of 5 cones
Fewer then 5 cones add $10.00 for handling.
On 1.2 to 1.6 Lb cone. You will be billed for the pounds shipped.
6.7 oz, 440 yards per cone, mini-cones: 6 cones to a box, all the same color $69 a box
Minimum order is one (1) box, 6 colors all the same
All UKI cotton is shipped from the plant in North Carolina direct to you.
TERMS: Shipping and Returns
SHIPPING from Georgia, USA IS EXTRA ON ORDERS from India. When I know the total of your order I will send you a Pay Pal invoice or you can mail a money order or check. We now take all major credit cards over the phone. Georgia residents add 6% sales tax.
Returns: A 25% restocking charge will be deducted from returns made within 30 days of invoice. If shipping has been paid by the Georgia Yarn Company, that amount will be deducted from your return. Return shipping cost are the responsibility of the returnee.
I ship internationally via the US post office. I will work with you to find the cheapest way to ship.
These colors are fast dyed. Since I can not control the conditions of use, washing, cleaning or pressing the purchaser should assure them self by testing that the dye fastness of the yarn is suitable for their intended use.
You can purchase a color sample set for $10 with free shipping from UKI
What is Bamboo yarn:
Bamboo yarn is a type of yarn made from the fibers of bamboo, which is a type of woody grass. To make bamboo yarn, the stalks of the bamboo plant must be broken down so that cellulose fibers can be extracted from them. Yarns made from pure bamboo tend to have a soft, silky texture, a subtle shine, and a good amount of drape. They are also usually popular with fiber artists who are concerned about the sustainability of fiber sources, as bamboo is a resource that is easily renewed. Bamboo yarns are usually available at craft stores in a variety of colors and yarn weights, or strand thicknesses.
There are two common processes for making bamboo yarn from bamboo stalks, both developed in China, where large crops of bamboo are cultivated for many different uses. One of these processes involves physically crushing the bamboo stalks and then allowing natural enzymes to continue the process of breaking down the plant. Cellulose fibers are then combed out of the stalk in a process that is similar to the extraction of flax fibers from the flax plant. The second process produces a yarn that is more similar to rayon, and involves the application of chemicals such as lye and carbon disulfide, a type of chemical solvent. After the bamboo stalks have been broken down by this chemical bath, the cellulose fibers are mechanically extruded from them using spinnerets.
Bamboo yarn is similar to silk in shine and softness, but generally costs less, making it a cheaper alternative to yarns made from silk. It is also breathable like cotton and naturally cool to the touch, making bamboo yarn a good choice for crafting garments meant for warm weather wear. Bamboo also has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, although these properties are not present in bamboo yarns that have been treated with chemicals.
The bamboo plant is a renewable resource, making bamboo yarn a popular choice amongst fiber artists who are concerned with sustainability issues. Bamboo stalks are hardy plants that usually survive the process of harvesting. Instead of planting new bamboo crops after every harvest, cultivators merely need to wait for the bamboo to grow back. Bamboo grows relatively quickly, with stalks reaching their full height of 60 to 75 feet (18 to 23 meters) in just over a year. Another environmentally friendly property of bamboo yarn is that it is biodegradable as long as the yarn has not been blended with acrylics or other synthetic fibers. This information comes from WiseGeek for more information on this subject and other great information please visit their web site: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-bamboo-yarn.htm#
On the end of the colors you will find a list of in stock yarn
The same number and names as UKI Mercerized cotton
Due to the physics
of video displays and the nature of computer graphics
the colors shown above may not represent the actual yarn color.
On hand as of 10/182012
|B2000||5.24/4 #2000 Bleach||
|B2001||5.24/4 #2001 Lt.Blue||
|B2004||5.24/4 #2004 Pink||
|B2012||5.24/4 #2012 Red||
|B2015||5.24/4 #2015 Navy||
|B2019||5.24/4 #2019Med Grey||
|B2021||5.24/4 #2021Sol Blue||
|B2023||5.24/4 #2023 Nassau||
|B2025||5.24/4 #2025 Med Brn||
|B2026||5.24/4 #2026Dk Green||
|B2027||5.24/4 #2027 Purple||
|B2043||5.24/4 #2043 Beige||
|B2056||5.24/4 #2056 Dk Fus||
|B2079||5.24/4 #2079 Natural||
|B2089||5.24/4 #2089Cal Gold||
|B2091||5.24/4 #2091 Flaxon||
|B2113||5.24/4 #2113 Yellow||
|B2116||5.24/4 #2116 Black||
|B2132||5.24/4 #2132 Red Hot||
|B2140||5.24/4 #2140 Safari||