You will fall in love with this tiger lily flower sari yarn ribbon. This colorway of this recycled ribbon is inspired by the mix of pastel and fierce colors of the Tiger Lily flower. Its colors will remind you the bright colors of early spring.
Colors: Burgundy, lime green, lemon yellow, raspberry pink, baby pink, thulian pink & white.
Quantity: 8 Yards.
When you buy 1 quantity of yarn, you will get continuous yarn which will have 1 strip of each color as shown in the picture of the crocheted swatch.
The price mentioned for this recycled sari silk ribbon yarn is for 8 yards. You can select the multiple quantities as required.
Size: The ribbons are 0.5 to 1.5 inches wide.
Uses: You can use these recycled sari yarn ribbon for variety of purposes. Perfect choice for making handmade jewelry, as a craft ribbon, crochet yarn, knitted yarn, macrame, wrap bracelet, gift wraps, scrapbook ribbon, etc.
Symbolic meaning of tiger lily: This 30th anniversary flower is one of the most exotic flower which is native to China, Japan and Korea. Tiger Lily symbolizes wealth, pride, gratefulness and purity among other things. Interestingly, it is called, “I dare you to love me” flower! If you dream a tiger lily, then be assured that it is a spiritual dream which is associated with the angels, purity and return to the innocence. It also suggests that now is the time that you must act. Finally, you should be prepared for a transition to new way of life.
How I made it: I machine sewed each ribbon to another ribbon. It is sewed using zigzag stitch with white thread. It took me a lot of time to make it. But I love to know that I made my own yarn & now you will be able to use this handmade creation to make something beautiful.
I meticulously cut these strips with my own hands from long sarees one at a time. These fair trade sari ribbon yarn are made from remnant but new fabric from my collection. That is why sometimes I mention it as recycled sari yarn.
I used cotton/ silk/ polyester blend Indian sarees to make this beautiful colorful craft yarn. I have kept the edges of this sari ribbon yarn raw or unfinished intentionally to give it an organic look. I feel it adds a certain mystic & give a wild touch to this art yarn. It gives me a happy feeling just looking at it!
Recommended crochet hook: You can use a 8 mm hook to get a tight gauge. Please see the last picture to see how it looks when crocheted.
Gauge: Crochet: 8 sts x 8 rows
We are one of the few craft supplies stores who offer you this and other recycled silk sari ribbons.