I have had a lot of questions about Vegetarian Silk recently, mainly because it is featured in Isabel Hall’s newest book. It is a product that I love using, it is soft and can be manipulated easily. There are other uses too (buy Isabel’s book to find out about some of them) and you can find out more here. This little stitching was made using it.
Follow the above link to read more about the stitching too. Isabel will be at the Knitting and Stitching Shows.
7 thoughts on “Vegetarian Silk”
The site http://www.wormspit.com:htm – does a great job of explaining what vegetarian silk actually is – quite interesting and obviously a matter of opinion how “humane” it may be.
I’m guessing that you didn’t follow the link. If you had you would have read that the vegetarian silk I sell is in fact made from vegetable fibres. No silk works were within sight of the product at any time during its growth or manufacture. It is 100% vegetable, and made (not by me) as a vegetable alternative to silk.
I do not know enough to make a sensible comment.
It’s soft – has unusual uses, and frankly if you needed it you would know 🙂
Even a ‘non’ comment is welcome in this blogging world. (((hugs)))
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