The Eri Muga silk roving fiber is 100% mill spun, where the Eri Silk and Muga fibers are blended to create a subtle matte golden shade.
Eri Muga silk roving yarn spins beautifully and blends well with other natural fibers. It is incredibly strong and is resistant to pilling.
This silk roving fiber can be used for spinning, weaving, carding, dyeing, paper making, and blending.
The tradition of spinning and weaving is slowly fading in our region of Northeast India.
That is why we are bringing out this special 70% Eri silk roving, 30% Muga fiber.
Our Eri Muga Silk-blend Roving is made from Eri B Grade cocoons (70%) and Muga Waste cocoons (30%)
This silk roving yarn is formed after the cocoons are degummed separately, and a machine is used to blend the fibers into a uniform consistent mixture.
The Eri MUGA silk roving fibers can be used for making various yarn types. The texture of the yarn is slubby because of the short fibers.
The shade of this natural and hand-dyed silk roving is the fiber that artisans are looking for.
The Eri MUGA silk protein fiber is fantastic for spinners who love getting their hands on this ready-to-spin fiber. Not to mention the sustainable story behind this popular Eri silk.
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