A collection of economical alternatives to silk. Each of these fibers share similarities in look and feel of natural silk.
- 250g Viscose Top - Developed in 1891 as a silk replacement, viscose is produced from wood pulp and cotton.
- 250g Soy Silk Top - Made from soybean processing waste, it mimics the performance of Tussah Silk.
- 250g Milk Protein Top - Produced from the milk proteins, it is softer than soy and similar in appearance to silk.
- 250g Mint Fiber Top - Cellulose fiber with natural antibacterial and cooling properties. Similar in color and texture to Muga Silk.