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Coats & Clark launches Aunt Lydia's new crochet thread line
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Jun '11
Coats & Clark is proud to announce the 2011-2012 collection of Aunt Lydia's Crochet Thread with amazing new colors, the introduction of Aunt Lydia's Iced Bamboo, and projects to inspire everyone. Aunt Lydia's Bamboo Crochet Thread is luxurious and soft – making it perfect for apparel, baby items and accessories.

Made of 100% viscose from bamboo with a recyclable core label, it is the “natural” choice for projects. There are four new colors in Aunt Lydia's Bamboo Crochet Thread size 3 and 10, and ten new colors in Size 3 and 10 Fashion Crochet Thread.

New this year is Aunt Lydia's Iced Bamboo Size 3 Crochet Thread! Super soft bamboo wrapped in a hint of metallic thread. Iced Bamboo comes in eight beautiful colors and adds sparkle to your projects with the metallic thread.

“We are pleased to bring you the very best in crochet thread!” said Vanessa Fleming, Product Manager at Coats & Clark. “The new Iced Bamboo Crochet thread comes in beautiful colors that are ideal for apparel, home décor, and accessories. The perfect year round crochet thread.”

Aunt Lydia's has been in the hands and homes of consumers for many decades. Today, it is a consumer favorite and our goal is to continue to bring innovative products, fashion-forward colors, and project inspiration.

Coats & Clark is one of the most recognized names in yarn, sewing and needlecraft products in America. Generations have trusted Aunt Lydia's crochet thread to consistently deliver quality and innovative products. Whether your project is fine lace to high fashion, we have the sizes, textures, and colors you want and the signature quality you need.

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