NEW SCENTS NOW IN STOCK!
Sew Fine Thread Gloss is made with locally sourced beeswax that has NOT been chemically processed. It is handmade in a variety of scents (as well as a natural beeswax/honey scent) in small batches just outside Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is a natural light amber colour (as it should be) – those white beeswaxes have been bleached or have had clay added to make it white. The beeswax sourced is one step away from the hive – filtered once to separate it from the honey and any leftover hive particles.
Each pot contains 0.5oz (approx 15g) of thread gloss.
Choose your scent!
NOW IN STOCK! EGG NOG - Toast in the holiday spirit with this dreamy mixture of cinnamon with a touch of nutmeg, golden rum, rich cream and creamy vanilla.
NOW IN STOCK! GRAN'S KITCHEN - A savoury combination of clove, cinnamon, and vanilla with a hint of caramel and apple, followed by earthy base notes.
NOW IN STOCK! SUGAR COOKIE - The delicious aroma of freshly baked sugar cookies straight from the oven.
KARMA - A blend of the best grapefruit and bergamot fragrance oils, to lighten your mood and promote well-being.
LUSH - A sprinkling of frozen mango, pink sugar and raspberry sorbet with champagne bubbles, freesia and cashmere musk.
PEACH - Deliciously sweet notes of juicy, market fresh peaches capture the spirit of this perfect, light thread gloss!
Candy Cane - A classic peppermint with a sweet background! Reminiscent of candy canes from days gone by.
Christmas - A wonderful abundance of festive fruits mixed with the warmth of cinnamon.
floop floop - A sweet and delectable delight of juicy orange, ripe berries, tangerine and sugared vanilla - said in the voice of a 3 year old.
Lavender - Warm breezy air dances with beautifully fragrant lavender in this brilliantly fresh and calmly fragrance. Pure, radiant and true - this Lavender thread gloss’ scent is closest to the real deal.
Lime & Sugarcane - This thread gloss will make your mouth water! Fresh lime and lemon juice, sun-kissed orange and warm vanilla sugar make this a must for your collection!
Lemon Peel - Bright and delicious, this mouthwatering scent delivers the perfect burst of citrus to liven up your hand-sewing products!
Maple Syrup - A Canadian favourite - fragrant maple syrup mixed with hints of warm, rich vanilla, make this scent a perfect sweet delight.
Mistletoe - A secret walk on a winters night blended with light musk and a hint of evergreen.
Natural -The familiar scent of beeswax and honey is delicate and modest. No additional fragrances required.
Oak Barrel Cider - Curl up with your favourite quilt while you experience the soul warming aroma of tart apples, cinnamon and allspice. You'll be reaching for that favourite holiday drink in no time!
Pina Colada - The traditional Pina Colada notes of Pineapple & Coconut are melded with Crisp Apple and Ripe Pear create a fresh twist to a classic favourite.
Pumpkin Caramel - Fresh pumpkin pie with toasted cinnamon and allspice, topped with vanilla caramel whip cream.
Ruby Grapefruit -A mouth-watering juicy grapefruit scent with top notes of lemons & limes melding into soft notes of gardenia, lilac & powder.
Satsuma - This succulent blend of citrus and jasmine flowers is a tropical paradise that is sure to turn heads!
SMASH! - A rainbow smash up of delicious treats, such as sugared strawberry, sweet peach, ripe raspberry and cotton candy.
Strawberry - Sweet, juicy and succulent, this strawberry scent is truly mouth-watering!
Suagr'd Fig - Light and delicate, this thread gloss smells fig, caramelized sugar, coconut milk, and sheer white florals. It's rustic and crisp at the same time.
Sweet Pea - Like a deep breath on a spring morning, this thread gloss smells like a fresh, fragrant bouquet of Sweet Pea flowers.
Vanilla Bean - If you’re looking for a strong, true vanilla scent, this is the thread gloss for you!
Watermelon - Treat yourself to a mouth-watering slice of summer! This thread gloss captures the essence of this well loved sweet and juicy summertime treat.
In case you are curious as to how to use Sew Fine Thread Gloss, here's a quick tutorial. If you've ever used that little blue cube, its a very similar process.