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source for gazar silk

Sheila_ | Posted in The Archives on

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Anyone know a source and price/yd. for gazar silk?

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  1. lin_hendrix | | #1

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    Hi Sheila,

    Look in the back ads of any Threads for the Thai Silks/Exotic Silks ad. They do mail order and have a *huge* selection of silks in different weights/colors/etc. I believe their complete sample set is $20. You could call and ask specifically about gazar and similar silks and order just those samples.

    OR if you happen to live in the Bay Area of California it's worth a trip to their retail store in Los Altos (I believe the mail order is in Mtn. View).

    Don't know price offhand but their stuff is reasonable (not cheap, not outrageous).

    --lin

    1. Sarah_Kayla | | #2

      *Thai silks is great. I would also try Supersilk - 1-800-432-SILK. I have used both and they are both reliable and have helpful folks on the phone.

      1. Lucky_Weddigen | | #3

        *What color and quantity of gazar are you looking for? I work at Haberman Fabrics in Royal Oak MI. We have gazar in stock (limited colors). We also carry berethea, similar weave but softer drape while still allowing the luxurious curves of gazar. We do not have a catalog but are happy to swatch. No charge. Call or write the store - anyone is qualified to help you. Haberman Fabrics 117 W Fourth Street Royal Oak, MI 48067 248 541 0010Store is open 12-5 EDT Sunday 10-9 EDT Wednesday and Thursday 10-6 EDT all other days

        1. Bill_Stewart | | #4

          *Sheila, all the advice on stores above is good. Also try G Street Fabrics - they have an 800 tel #. Also on the web, go to http://www.fabricsource.com and look up for good fabric stores. many have 800 #'s and tell you what type fabrics they caryy or specialize in. I personally have used Thai Silks and G Street to good effect. Bill

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