Traditionally, kozo fiber is used for paper making in Japan, but it was also used to weave "tafu" fabrics, which is a general term for fabrics created from bark or vast fibers such as kuzu, linen, wisteria, etc. This is a rare handspun kozo thread.

If you are interested in other hand twisted tied threads, please take a look at this selection.

Limited quantity. 

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unit size: approx. 6 gm. 
content: 100% kozo
yardage: approx. 30-40 yards. (can be more or less as this is handspun)
weight: lace