Gütermann All Purpose rPET Recycled Thread - Canary Yellow 852
We are thrilled to stock a high-quality, sew-all thread made entirely from recycled water bottles! The raw material for this polyester thread is provided by plastic bottles made from 100% PET (polyethylen terephtalate), which is shredded into flakes, melted and extruded into microfilaments to create a strong, durable thread that can be used on anything from lightweight to heavyweight fabrics, including knits and lingerie. The spools are made from 100% polystyrene and can be fully recycled. Made in Germany by Gütermann, one of the finest sewing suppliers in the world, this fully sustainable thread is currently available in over 50 colours.
If you’ve asked us to choose a coordinating thread with your fabric purchase, we will select the closest shade available. If an exact match is impossible, we’ll choose a coordinating colour that works best, such as choosing the most dominant base colour in a print, or a warm or cool neutral that will blend in with your fabric.
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From our studio in beautiful Montreal, Canada, we are delighted to ship to makers worldwide. For US & Canadian customers, shipping is free on orders over $150. We are committed to investing in sustainability initiatives to counteract the environmental impact of shipping. We offset our carbon footprint by contributing funds to forest conservation projects for every package shipped.
You will be emailed when your order is ready for shipping; a tracking number will be provided when applicable. After you've been notified, average shipping times for the US + Canada is 3-7 business days. International shipments may take anywhere from 12-40 days depending on your location. International customers may be charged VAT depending on their location. Customs and duties on international shipments are the responsibility of the customer.
We leave a 48 hour buffer to allow for cancelled orders. Once your order is cut, it is final. For more questions on shipping and returns, consult our Shipping & Returns FAQ.