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    Default Punch Embroidery Yarn

    Does anyone know if this product is still available? I've looked at some of the threads written on this forum 10-12 years ago and some people could not really find it except for online. I've got four spools on hand but wold like to add some colors ..... preferrably bright yellow, bright orange, and pink.

    Thank you in advance.

    Greg

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    Looks to be on ebay

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    What do you tie with it?
    Regards,

    Silver

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    You can tie many patterns. It is like a mini chenille.

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    Thanks for the replies thus far . I am looking for a store that sells the PEY in the colors needed. Ebay and Etsy do have some rolls of the PEY but I'm not interested in buying a lot of spools. Punch needle marketplace no longer is in business. Not sure if the material is even manufactured anymore.

    Silver, I'll be using the PEY for some bluegill patterns.

    If I cannot find the PEY in the colors needed then embroidery thread might be the next best option.

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    Greg,
    How much do you want?

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    Is this different than the pre-cut acrylic latch hook rug yarn ?

    https://www.herrschners.com/product/...ok+rug+yarn.do
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    Ducksterman, I'm tying up some patterns for bluegill. I've used micro chenille and it works great. My thinking is a spool of PEY would go much further than a card of chenille. The embroidery thread is also another option. So, to answer your question, I'd like to purchase three spools in the aforementioned colors.

    Dudley, I am going to need pieces longer than three inches. Thanks for the link. Also, I do not know if the PEY is different than the latch hook rug yarn.

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    Greg,
    I've got what I think you want but I don't want to sell my spools but I would unspool a fair amount and give it to you... if interested send me your address by private message and I'll send you some. You can respool it on a spool to fit a bobbin.

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