Tencel, Brassard Canada, 2/8, 1/2 lb cones
Naturel, Coquille, Marigold
Ble D'or
Vieil Or, Cerise, Bordeaux
Bordeaux, Magenta, Periwinkle
Limette Pale, Cactus, Vert Fonce
Bleu Moyen, Royal, Navy
Cayenne, Orange Brule
Havane, Brun
Gris Pale, Charcoal, Noir
Tencel, Brassard Canada, 2/8, 1/2 lb cones Naturel, Coquille, Marigold Ble D'or Vieil Or, Cerise, Bordeaux Bordeaux, Magenta, Periwinkle Limette Pale, Cactus, Vert Fonce Bleu Moyen, Royal, Navy Cayenne, Orange Brule Havane, Brun Gris Pale, Charcoal, Noir

Tencel, Brassard Canada, 2/8, 1/2 lb cones

$11.80

From Brassard Yarns, Quebec. 2/8 Tencel on 1/2 lb (227 gm) cones. 3360 ypp.

Tencel is a man made fibre made from wood pulp, also called Lyocell. Tencel is a shiny, strong fibre with lovely drape. It is often referred to as the "poor man's silk" because of it's sheen and hand. 

Tencel fibre is relatively new, it was invented in 1972 and called "Newcell". It is a form of Rayon where bleached, wood pulp is dissolved and then pumped into a spinneret (similar to a fine shower head) to produce a continuous filament.