Fabrics & Threads – Spring 2018

New DMC yarns combined with matching and new ZWEIGART fabrics

Discover the new thread colours from DMC to match the latest Zweigart fabrics.

FRESH SHADES OF GREEN

Fresh shades of green herald in the beginning of spring. The combinati on of free embroidery and classic cross-sti ch let the fl owers gleam with a modern shine.

TENDER SHADES OF YELLOW

Tender shades of yellow conjure up dreams of warm sun rays in spring. The first bees happily hum their songs and the flowers begin to bloom – and not only on our fabrics.

TENDER SHADES OF PINK

In combination with various sti tches, the poppy unfolds in its full glory. The design achieves its true beauty together with mellow shades of brown.

This flyer gives you a review of all the new items for this fall and has information on our fabrics and DMC threads. Free embroidery charts can also be found in this flyer.

Have fun discovering!

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4 thoughts on “Fabrics & Threads – Spring 2018

  1. Alicia Rountree says:

    I purchased the Gallic rooster counted cross stitch at a hobby lobby store in the USA. Unfortunately I am having difficulty obtaining an on line or electronic copy of the legend. The symbols have worn off at the folds and I can’t read the design pattern. Also, need to get more thread but can’t find the conversion for your numbers to what is sold in the USA. Please help.

    • ZWEIGART says:

      Many thanks for your inquiry and sorry for the inconveniences.
      We only deliver the fabric or canvas of the kit but have nothing to do with the legend, wool or design pattern.
      So you should contact the customer service at Hobby Lobby.
      But nevertheless we pass it already on to them.

  2. Sharon Flatekval says:

    Hello,

    I was wondering if yours was the company that produced smyrnafix hakelwolle back in the 1980’s.
    I have a pattern from 1984 and that is the yarn(pure virgin wool) it required. I wanted to know the weight type of that particular yarn. Thank you.

    • ZWEIGART says:

      Hello, yes our company produced smyrnafix hakelwolle back in the 1980’s.
      It was about 250g wool balls with a running length of 210m. This will hopefully help you.
      Best wishes, Zweigart

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