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Habu Fine Silky Ramie (A-166) - Satin Khaki (Color #04)

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $9.60

Our Price: $8.16

Quick Overview

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Extremely fine silky ramie. Beautiful as a warp and weft yarn for weavers, but also for lace knitters and crocheters. It adds more depth to the color when you carry a few strands of different colors together. Simple garter stitch will create a wonderful three dimensional fabric.


Ramie is is a flowering plant in the nettle family and it is a vegetable fiber noted for its length and toughness. It is harvested and processed to yield strong fibers of the same name, which are used in the production of textiles, twine, upholstery, filters, and sacking. Like flax, jute, and hemp, ramie is considered a bast fiber crop, meaning that the usable portion of the plant is found in its connective tissue structures. The plant is widely cultivated in several Asian nations, which export it around the world.


Fiber Content: 100% Ramie.


Yardage: 467 yards on each one ounce cone (28 grams).


Weight: Lace.


Suggested needle size for knitting: US no 1-3.


Suggested epi for weaving: 20-30.


Care: Hand wash in cool water and lay flat to dry.

Additional Information

Product Type Yarn
Manufacturer Habu
Country of Manufacture
Gauge Stitches Lace Weight - Varies with project
Fiber Detail 100% ramie
Fiber Ramie
Yardage 467 yards
Skein Weight One Ounce (28 grams)
Weight Lace
Gauge Needle Size US 1-3
Care Hand wash and lay flat to dry
epi 20 - 30
Needle Size No
Crochet Hook Size No

15% Off Introduction Sale.

Extremely fine silky ramie. Beautiful as a warp and weft yarn for weavers, but also for lace knitters and crocheters. It adds more depth to the color when you carry a few strands of different colors together. Simple garter stitch will create a wonderful three dimensional fabric.

Ramie is is a flowering plant in the nettle family and it is a vegetable fiber noted for its length and toughness. It is harvested and processed to yield strong fibers of the same name, which are used in the production of textiles, twine, upholstery, filters, and sacking. Like flax, jute, and hemp, ramie is considered a bast fiber crop, meaning that the usable portion of the plant is found in its connective tissue structures. The plant is widely cultivated in several Asian nations, which export it around the world.

Fiber Content: 100% Ramie.

Yardage: 467 yards on each one ounce cone (28 grams).

Weight: Lace.

Suggested needle size for knitting: US no 1-3.

Suggested epi for weaving: 20-30.

Care: Hand wash in cool water and lay flat to dry.