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Sew Fine Thread Gloss
$12.50 ($11.27) / 14.2 g pot

No more tangled, knotted or static-y threads while you're hand-sewing.

To use: thread your needle and lay the thread close to the needle on the thread gloss. Using your thumb, put light pressure on the thread while you pull the thread along the top of the thread gloss. One or two light pulls is plenty. Knot your thread and start stitching.

Hand made from beeswax that has not been chemically processed, in a variety of scents.

 

"Lime and Sugarcane"
0.5oz pot of "Lime & Sugarcane" Sew Fine Thread Gloss. This thread gloss will make your mouth water! Bitter lime, fresh lemon juice, sunkissed orange and warm vanilla sugar make this scent a favourite

No more tangled, knotted or static-y threads while you're hand-sewing.

To use: thread your needle and lay the thread close to the needle on the thread gloss. Using your thumb, put light pressure on the thread while you pull the thread along the top of the thread gloss. One or two light pulls should be plenty. Knot your thread and start stitching!

"Lavender"
0.5oz pot of "Lavender" Sew Fine Thread Gloss. A true, light floral lavender fragrance, like you're walking through a lavender field at sunset.

No more tangled, knotted or static-y threads while you're hand-sewing.

To use: thread your needle and lay the thread close to the needle on the thread gloss. Using your thumb, put light pressure on the thread while you pull the thread along the top of the thread gloss. One or two light pulls should be plenty. Knot your thread and start stitching!

"Pink Macaron"
0.5oz pot of "Pink Macaron" Sew Fine Thread Gloss. A light and fluffy treat of fresh fruit, vanilla and tonka bean spice.

No more tangled, knotted or static-y threads while you're hand-sewing.

To use: thread your needle and lay the thread close to the needle on the thread gloss. Using your thumb, put light pressure on the thread while you pull the thread along the top of the thread gloss. One or two light pulls should be plenty. Knot your thread and start stitching!

"Satsuma"
0.5oz pot of "Satsuma" Sew Fine Thread Gloss. This succulent blend is a tropical paradise that is sure to turn heads. Our Satsuma, Mandarin & Jasmine fragrance oil is truly a scrumptious blend that opens with luscious citrus notes blended with the intoxicatingly romantic fragrance of jasmine flowers.

No more tangled, knotted or static-y threads while you're hand-sewing.

To use: thread your needle and lay the thread close to the needle on the thread gloss. Using your thumb, put light pressure on the thread while you pull the thread along the top of the thread gloss. One or two light pulls should be plenty. Knot your thread and start stitching.

"Lush"
A sprinkling of frozen mango, pink sugar, and raspberry sorbet with champagne bubbles, freesia and cashmere musk. Decadence for your sewing sessions.
"Peach"
Deliciously sweet notes of juicy, market fresh peaches capture the spirit of this perfect, light thread gloss.
"Raspberry Lemonade"
A wonderful sweet, fruity fragrance of fresh picked raspberries, kissed with a tart lemony zing. A must have.
"Sugar'd Fig"
Light and delicate, this thread gloss smells fig, caramelized sugar, coconut milk, and sheer white florals. It's rustic and crisp at the same time.
"Hello Sugar"
Sweet sugar cane with notes of lemon rind and shortbread. A delectable tart lemon sugar scent - yummy perfection and spot-on to the real deal.
"Vanilla Bean"
If you're looking for a strong, true vanilla scent, this is the thread gloss for you.
"Goddess"
Channel your inner sun goddess for some soul healing self-care. A blend of rose water, lily petals and fresh patchouli come together in a fragrance that will calm the mind and sooth the spirit.
"Natural"
The familiar scent of beeswax and honey is delicate and modest. No additional fragrances required.
"Karma"
A blend of the best grapefruit and bergamot fragrance oils, to lighten your mood and promote well-being. Infuse positivity into each stitch.
"Lemon Peel"
0.5oz pot of "Lemon Peel" Sew Fine Thread Gloss. Bright and delicious, this mouthwatering fragrance delivers the perfect burst of citrus to liven up your hand-sewing.

No more tangled, knotted or static-y threads while you're hand-sewing.

To use: thread your needle and lay the thread close to the needle on the thread gloss. Using your thumb, put light pressure on the thread while you pull the thread along the top of the thread gloss. One or two light pulls should be plenty. Knot your thread and start stitching!

 

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