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Rainbow Gallery - Neon Rays - Plus-metallic sparkle
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Product No: 10715
Supplier Code: RGNRMS
Publisher: Rainbow Gallery

Our Price: $ 4.25

When doing any stitch other than a tent stitch, the kinks in the ribbon must be removed. There are several ways to do this, one of which should be right for you. The easiest way is to wet the working length of the ribbon. Use a damp sponge, white paper towel, cloth or whatever, running the Neon Rays through. It is best to use water, as opposed to any other liquid, to remove the kinks. Let the Neon Rays dry before stitching. Another method is to pop Neon Rays as you would Rozashi Silk. Wrap it around a finger on each hand and snap it. The problem with this is that it will thin your length of fiber. If this is not a concern, go ahead. If it is, use a different method. Two other methods are steaming or ironing. That seems to be too much effort for most people. A clean, hot light bulb is a handy substitute. You must lay Neon Rays or you will lose the beauty of this yarn. A laying tool is needed and there are several different ones on the market, all of which work well. Also, note that stitching tension will have an effect on the coverage of Neon Rays. A tighter tension will thin this yarn out and a looser tension will allow it to expand on the canvas. Also, try stabbing Neon Rays with the needle after it is threaded. By piercing the ribbon with the needle, you will avoid it slipping out of the needle. This will help you control your tension. Bury the Neon Rays well when you begin and end, as it will slip out easily. A Bargello tuck is recommended. (14-18 count canvas, long stitches on 18-22 count)

Quantity
NP01 Black
NP02 White
NP03 Pale Beige
NP04 Mauve
NP06 Wine
NP07 Lavender
NP08 Amethyst
NP09 Purple
NP10 Creme
NP11 Pale Pink
NP12 Pink
NP14 Hot Pink
NP15 Rose Pink
NP17 Peach
NP19 Watermelon
NP21 Cherry
NP22 Crimson
NP26 Burgundy
NP30 Dark Forest Green
NP31 Forest Green
NP32 Spruce Green
NP33 Loden Green
NP37 Celery
NP43 Khaki
NP51 Brown

Quantity
NP53 Dark Brown
NP54 Pale Blue
NP55 True Blue
NP56 Lite Blue
NP59 Royal Blue
NP61 Midnight Blue
NP62 Sky Blue
NP63 Lite Aqua
NP68 Periwinkle
NP73 Spring Green
NP74 Golden Yellow
NP79 Brite Gold
NP80 Gold
NP81 Nutmeg
NP83 Halloween Orange
NP92 Silver
NP98 Lite Lavender
NP100 Brassy Gold
NP101 Rose
NP103 Indigo Blue
NP105 Christmas Green
NP112 Antique Rose
NP118 Christmas Red
NP120 Merlot
NP133 Iris

Quantity
NP134 Old Gold
NP135 Chartreuse
NP136 Dark Rose Pink
NP137 Limeade
NP138 Lime
NP139 Cornflower Blue
NP140 Sun Gold
NP141 Lime Sherbet
NP142 Elephant Grey
Np143 Orchid
NP144 Pansy
NP145 Lite French blue
NP146 French Blue
NP147 Persimmon
NP148 Silver Lining
NP201 Gold Sparkle
NP202 Silver Sparkle
NP209 Violet
NP219 Dark Watermelon
NP278 Buttercup
NP279 Honey Gold
NP280 Sand Gold
NP300 White Glow in the Dark
NP301 Violet Glow in the Dark
NP302 Yellow Glow in the Dark

Quantity
NP303 Chartreuse Glow in the Dark
NP304 Orange Glow in the Dark


    

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