Build Your Ghillie Suit with Our Woodland Camo Yarn Kit
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- Waterproof, odorless and non-allergenic fibers
- Needs 3 lbs. for a complete suit
- Multi color
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This one-pound package of Ghillie Suit yarn is great for building your own ghillie suit, blind, or weapons cover. It includes heavy-duty synthetic yarns -- just like we use to build our suits -- in brown, light olive, foliage, olive drab, desert tan, dark green and black. The thick synthetic yarn will not absorb water, is fire retardant, odorless and non-allergenic.
Buy one pound for repairs or small projects. Or save when you buy a three pack, enough for a complete suit.
Color: Woodland Camo
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BUT: The picture shows 7 nicely separated colors in individual color skeins.
That is NOT how you receive it. You get one big long bag of all colors, looks mostly green.
I had intended to pick, mix and match the colors and sew additional on my existing ghillie to match my area and cover gaps and where I have worn things down. It would be nearly impossible to pull individual threads out of this and then batch them. I will end up making the base for my son's ghillie instead of improving mine.