A little weekend reading

This is a good one, I would like to share it with you all – have a great weekend!

Qing Duncan

 
Friday, April 15, 2011

The Difference Between Wealth and a Rich Life
by Alexander Green

Dear Reader,

Over the years, my idea of what it means to be truly wealthy has changed a great deal.

As a young man fresh out of college, I equated wealth with a high income – and soon found myself in one of the nation’s highest paying professions: money management.

It turned out I had a knack for it. Before long I had the spanking-new lakefront home, the ski boat, the Jaguar XJ-6 and all the other toys. When my friends came over for parties – which were frequent – most of them assumed I was rich.

I was nothing of the sort. Wealth is not the same thing as income. If you earn a lot of money and blow it every year, you’re not rich. You’re just living high.

My perspective evolved. I recognized that wealth is not about what you earn or spend. It’s about the financial assets you accumulate and the debt you avoid (or pay down). Your balance sheet – not your income statement – is the true measure.

Of course, idealists will tell you that money isn’t important, that it doesn’t really matter. I disagree. Money gives you the freedom to make important choices in your life. No one is truly free who is a slave to his job, his creditors, his circumstances, or his overhead. Money allows you to support worthy causes and help the less fortunate. It allows you to do what you want, where you want, with whom you want. In short, money gives you options.

It has its limitations, as well. Money doesn’t buy genuine love or friendship. (In fact, it may bring you just the opposite.) It won’t restore your health, fix your marriage, turn you into “a success,” or even make you charitable if you’re not already charitably inclined.

Money alone doesn’t make anyone wealthy. True wealth is a life rich in love, friends, projects and interests.

Like me, you may know high-net-worth individuals whose lives are impoverished. They are so obsessed with competing, winning and having “more” that they have little time for anyone or anything else. Other economically successful people are less obsessive but remain trapped in stressful, hectic lives. They lack something far more precious than money: time.

This is a bit odd when you think about it. Our ancestors just a few generations removed walked or rode a horse to work (where they often performed backbreaking labor). There were no automobiles, airplanes, cell phones, or computers. They couldn’t have imagined labor saving developments like dishwashers, microwaves, supermarkets, or the Internet. Yet they still found time for leisure – and would no doubt be mystified by those today who choose to live their lives in a perpetual rush, as if being busy every minute of the day is a sign of success.

If these folks slowed down a little, they might gain a deeper understanding of what is driving them. Is it the intrinsic and monetary rewards of their work? Or is it fear, greed, envy, reputation, status, or some blinkered image of success?

What does it matter how much you make or how prestigious your title is if you spend your days rushing from one appointment to the next, pressured by deadlines and continually interrupting conversations and meals for emails and phone calls? That is not a rich life. Nor is it a terribly attractive image. As an old Chinaman once observed, “man in hurry cannot walk with dignity.”

True, we live in a competitive, 24/7 world. We all have responsibilities and obligations. We want to be productive and meet our professional goals. But that’s just the point, really. It’s a matter of balance – and making a priority of what matters most.

You may know from my other letters that I am a huge fan of Thomas Jefferson. He was a statesman, historian, surveyor, philosopher, scientist, architect, inventor, educator, lawyer, farmer, breeder, manufacturer, botanist, anthropologist, meteorologist, astronomer, paleontologist, linguist, Biblicist, mathematician, geographer, scholar, bibliographer, translator, musician, gastronome and the nation’s first great connoisseur of wine. He authored the Declaration of Independence, was Governor of Virginia, served two terms as President of the United States, founded the University of Virginia and much more. Despite his many accomplishments, Jefferson noted near the end of his life, “Nothing really matters except your family and your friends.”

Our most precious resource is the short, unknown time we have left on this little blue ball. It is perishable, irreplaceable, and, unlike money, cannot be saved. Americans live, on average, just 28,000 days. That gives us, if we’re lucky, roughly 443,000 waking hours. (And most of them may be behind you.) So it behooves us to ask, “Am I using my time well?”

Surveys show that more than half of Americans feel rushed, stressed and pressed for time. How do you regain control? In much the same way we create investment capital…

You’ve probably heard that to become a disciplined saver you have to “pay yourself first.” That means setting aside at least ten percent of your income before you pay the rent, buy the groceries, or hit the mall. If you wait until you’ve bought everything you want, there is usually little left to save. To avoid this, we pay ourselves first.

Time is similar. If you intend to spend more time on leisure, or with your closest friends and family, or in other high-value activities once you get everything done, that moment remains elusive. Important but less urgent activities take a back seat to urgent but less important ones. So we have to make first things first. (Follow through, of course, is everything.)

In sum, a genuinely rich life is not about income, assets, or possessions. It’s about living your life your way.

Money helps. But that is a secondary consideration. How you spend your time is the first.

Carpe Diem,

Alex

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What are the next trends?

Dear Subscriber,

                I am writing to you after just coming back from China.  I am trying to determine the business atmosphere and most importantly, I made it my mission is to discover what our next fashion trends will be.  I am also trying determine which products we want to concentrate on bringing in the near future.

                After the research, I still believe textured, yarn dyed yarns and fabrics are still leading fashion. We are continuing to bring in our triblend groups, as well as neps, slub and yarn dyed groups to support this continued movement.

Another important thought is that I believe sustainable fibers such as bamboo, hemp and linen will continue to do even better in the near future. Why?

  1. Viscose Bamboo – not only does it have the same rayon hand, but it is also anti-bacterial. With recent improvements to bamboo fiber to 1.2 den, it is finer, has a softer hand, has less pilling and can be used in almost any blend with other fibers. Bamboo fiber has now been widely adopted by consumers, and it is still in big demand. Another new product from bamboo fiber is called lycell bamboo. It is made using the same process as tencel or lycell, but instead of using wood pulp material, they use bamboo fiber. The advantage of lycell bamboo material is that it is anti-bacterial. We are keeping a close eye on this new development and will bring in some samples if anyone is interested in testing.

(Our product lines: 30/1 bamboo 1.2 den., 30/1 bamboo/combed cotton 70/30, 30/1 bamboo/organic cotton 70/30, and any specialty counts and blends can be custom made. Please call us for details)

  1. Viscose hemp – the characteristic of viscose hemp (or jute) is that it is also anti-bacterial. On top of that, it is also more vibrant and gives a brighter look to fabric after dyeing. Because of this characteristic, recently it has been used a lot in blue denim as a substitute for tencel fiber since tencel had a huge fiber shortage. We believe hemp will continue to lead fashion with its special characteristics.

(Our product line: 30/1 and 40/1 hemp, 30/1 hemp/organic cotton 60/40, 30/1 hemp slub, we also offer traditional hemp and blends, please call us for details)

  1. Linen – linen is always considered a noble fiber, it not only has the characteristic of being anti-bacterial, it has drape and a shiny look, as well as its “imperfection”  which makes it easy to create fabrics with a natural look and is fashionably appealing. With cotton prices having gone up sharply, it has made the linen fiber a more attractive fiber to use as an alternative. It is my belief that linen is going to be a leader in fashion next year.

(Our product line: 30/1 linen/poly 15/85, 30/1 linen/rayon 15/85, 30/1 linen/cotton 55/45. We are going to bring in Linen/Poly/Rayon blends, we can also substitute for linen/sorona/bamboo for special orders; we are working to bring in 30/1 linen/rayon 15/85 with slub which is made using a cheaper process which will eventually bring the price down. Please check with us for new developments)

Cupro is another new fiber we intend to introduce into the market. Many of you may know it as Bamberg from a long time ago for making woven peach effect fabrics. The beauty of this fiber is that it has the silk hand and feel.  With silk fiber pricing increasing so high, Cupro becomes a handy alternative. We are making some samples to compare and to show the look.  If you are interested in, please do let us know.

                We appreciate very much all of your support, and we will continue to bring in newer yarns and fibers into our challenged market. Please do call us for with comments you may have.  We value your input. Thank you!

Best Regards,

Qing Duncan

Sun Dragon Import, Inc

3742 E. 26th St.

Vernon, CA 90058

(323)362-5505 (office)

(818)521-6472 (cell)

www.sundragonimport.com

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Where do we go from here?

Dear Subscriber,

                 Where do we go from here?

                Commodity prices are still on the rise, and last week we have seen the price of cotton hit a record high (over $2.00/lb for raw cotton future trade). Inflation is still on the rise worldwide.  In China, even though the Chinese government has raised the interest rate 6 times to fight inflation, we still are not seeing a stop to commodity price increases. The domestic economy in whole is still not booming and as a result we have difficulty passing the price increase. Garment stores are not willing to increase prices, this put lots of pressure on garment manufactures, fabric converters and yarn suppliers. But can garment sale prices increase more to justify the raw material price increases? This is the bigger question we ought to find out from the market right now.

                We are testing the market every day, and we are committed to continuing to bring specialty yarns into the market.  We are trying our best to offer the best competitive prices, quality, and services. Please do feel free to call us or e-mail us if you have any comments and suggestions.

                What is new?

We have a few newer yarns that we added back into our line:

30/1 spun poly natural

30/1 linen/poly (15/85)

30/1 linen/rayon (15/85)

30/1 poly slub

60/2 P/C (50/50) mock twist black/white

30/1 triblend streaky oatmeal P/C/R 50/38/12

30/1 Combed cotton/Poly (85/15) marble stripe natural/natural

50/1 Lenzing Rayon/poly (85/15) marble stripe natural/natural

                Thank you and have a great business year!

Regards,

Qing Duncan

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New Inventory

  Sun Dragon Import, Inc.

December 21, 2010

 Dear Valued Customers,

We now have the following items in inventory or on order:

30/1 100% Poly Slub

30/1 85/15 Linen/Rayon

30/1 85/15 Linen/Poly

30/1 50/50 Poly/Cotton Black/White Mock Twist *** this is a new Item***

Please call our office for assistance, (323) 362-5505.

Sincerely,

Sun Dragon

Sun Dragon Import, Inc.

3742 East 26th Street Vernon, CA 90058
Phone: (323) 362-5505Fax: (323) 980-5021
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12/2/10 Newsletter

12/2/2010

Dear Subscriber,

                In the last 1-2 month period, we have witnessed in our business something which has not happened in the last 10 years at least. Material pricing has shot up dramatically, starting from cotton, to rayon and finally to polyester.  For more information on cotton price changes, you can go to: http://cottontoday.cottoninc.com/.

                Thanks to the Chinese government involvement, we have seen cotton and polyester prices come down and stabilize (although it never went back to where it started, and I doubt it will ever go back to the original prices), and rayon prices are still high and not moving in any direction at all. We are sitting very tight to watch its movement, and if there is any good price news, we will update you with the latest.

                In this swing market, we are trying our best to continue to bring all our specialty yarns and our line of inventories. For more info on our updated inventories, please go to our inventory icon, enter password “sundragon”, and you will see all the available yarns from our inventory. For details of price and quantity, please call our office for updates.

                What is new?

We are more aggressively bringing in the two lines of products below:

  1. 30/1 rayon RS colored yarns (gris vig., merango, antracita and oatmeal)
  2. 30/1 rayon AB slub yarns (gris vig., heather grey, merango, antracita and oatmeal)

We are also adding the products below into our tri-blend lines:

  1. 20/1 and 30/1 tri-blend streaky oatmeal
  2. 20/1 and 30/1 tri-blend streaky navy blue
  3. 20/1 and 30/1 tri-blend streaky grey w/long slub
  4. 30/1 tri-blend mock twist natural w/slub
  5. 30/1 tri-blend mock twist grey w/slub
  6. More tri-blend nep yarns in various colors.

Our full staff is happy to answer any questions that you may have, so please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail. I am also taking this opportunity to wish you a very pleasant holiday season, and enjoy whatever you are doing with full passion!

Regards,

Qing Duncan

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October 28, 2010 Newsletter

Dear Subscriber,

                We want you to get updated and informed on our newest products and trend. Please check out our website www.sundragonimport.com as we periodically update our inventories and product lists. We also inform you ahead what is coming up and what is in the pipeline. We hope the web will be informative and any feed backs are welcome!

                Newest from us now:

  1. We add Triblend streaky natural/long slub and triblend streaky grey/long slub into our new line.
  2. Three more new colors into our triblend streaky line beside streaky natural, grey and charcoal – lino (oatmeal), denim navy and ash colors.
  3. Nep yarns in various colors
  4. We are still very much concentrated on eco friendly fibers, bamboo and blends, tencel and blends, linen and blends, hemp and blends, recycled poly/organic cotton, organic cotton and blends, sorona and blends, etc.

Please check our inventory for the items in stock, and call us if you need to make any special yarns. Thank you for visiting.

Correction, our website address is www.Sundragonimport.com

Sincerely,

Sun Dragon Team

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October 28, 2010 Newsletter

Dear Subscriber,

                We want you to get updated and informed on our newest products and trend. Please check out our website www.sundragonimort.com as we periodically update our inventories and product lists. We also inform you ahead what is coming up and what is in the pipeline. We hope the web will be informative and any feed backs are welcome!

                Newest from us now:

  1. We add Triblend streaky natural/long slub and triblend streaky grey/long slub into our new line.
  2. Three more new colors into our triblend streaky line beside streaky natural, grey and charcoal – lino (oatmeal), denim navy and ash colors.
  3. Nep yarns in various colors
  4. We are still very much concentrated on eco friendly fibers, bamboo and blends, tencel and blends, linen and blends, hemp and blends, recycled poly/organic cotton, organic cotton and blends, sorona and blends, etc.

Please check our inventory for the items in stock, and call us if you need to make any special yarns. Thank you for visiting.

Sincerely,

Sun Dragon Team

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Inventory for 5/7



Colored yarns:

20/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 10,000 lb by 6/1 delivery

30/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 20,000 lb by 6/2 delivery

40/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 10,000 lb by 6/23 delivery

20/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) charcoal color – 10,000 lb by 6/30 delivery

30/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) charcoal color – 4000 lb by 5/17, 8500 lb by 5/26, 20,000 lb by 6/2

20/1 streaky tri-blend green color – sample cones

30/1 85/15 C/P marble stripes black – 8000 lb by 6/9

30/1 poly Lt. heather grey 10/90 – 19,000 lb

30/1 poly lino – 11,800 lb

30/1  Poly antracita (dk heather grey) – 4400 lb

30/1 spun rayon gris vig – 5600 lb

30/1 spun rayon antracita – 800 lb

30/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50)  gris vig color – 5000 lb

30/1 Supima cotton/ m. Modal Antracita –  650 lb

40/1 supima cotton/ m. modal (50/50) Heather grey – 5800 lb

50/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50) gris vig color – 10,000 lb by 6/2

50/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50) antracita color – 2200 lb

60/1 M.modal 10/90 heather grey- 2000 lb

80/1 M.modal 10/90 heather grey- 500 lb

30/1 M.Bamboo 10/90 heather grey = 1600 lb

50/1 long stapled cotton 10/90 heather grey – 4400 lb

60/1 long stapled cotton 10/90 heather grey – 4350 lbb

30/1 Rayon heather grey AB slub – 940 lb

30/1 triblend neps lt grey – 5000 lb by 5/19, 5000 lb by 5/26

30/1 triblend blue denim – 2000 lb

30/1 triblend lt brown – 5000 lb

30/1 triblend neps chocolate chip – sample cones

30/1 triblend neps blue green – 1000 lb

40/1 cotton/poly neps (92/8) (available in lt green, pink, yellow and aqua blue colors) = sample sets

Slub/nep yarns:

30/1 rayon/poly (95/5) slub – 41,900 lb

30/1 cotton/poly (95/5) slub – 6000 lb

30/1 bamboo/cotton/poly slub (67/28/5) – 3300 lb

30/1 rayon/poly (97/3) nep – 3000 lb

30/1 poly slub – 24,000 lb

30/1 Triblend Mocktwist  Slub  – 2000 lb

40/1  supima/M modal (50/50) slub – 10,000 lb by 6/2, 10,000 lb by 6/9

30/1 rayon Short slub yarn – 20,000 lb

30/1 rayon slub – 16,600 lb

20/1 cotton slub yarn = 12,000 lb

30/1 cotton slub yarn – 7000 lb

40/1 cotton slub yarn – 9200 lb

60/1 cotton slub yarn = 8850 lb

30/1 hemp short slub – 4100 lb

30/1 seedless linen/rayon (15/85) slub – 2000 lb

40/1 P/C (70/30) two tone nep – 9000 lb

40/1 modal slub – 5000 lb

Nolvety yarns:

20/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural = 7000 lb

30/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural – 10,000 lb by 6/16 delivery

40/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural   = 1200 lb

20/1 tri blend streaky P/C/R (50/38/12) natural – 10,000 to 20,000 lb by 6/9 delivery

30/1 tri blend streaky P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural (NEW) – 10,000 to 20,000 by 6/23 delivery

30/1 tri blend streaky mock twist P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural – 7000 lb by 5/19, 10,000 lb by 5/26

50/1 triblend streaky mock twist P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural = 4500 lb

30/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 11,300 lb

40/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 6400 lb

50/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 10,900 lb

50/1 modal/cotton (50/50) = 3600 lb

30/1 Tencel A-100/combed cotton (70/30) – 1200 lb

30/1 Tencel A-100 – 2500 lb

40/1 tencel A-100 – 0

50/1 Tencel A-100 = 850 lb

30/1 Siro Micro Modal = 8200 lb

40/1 Siro Micro modal = 25,400 lb

50/1 siro micro modal – 4350 lb

30/1  Silk /Rayon  10/90  – 1200 lb by 6/9

30/1 silk/m.modal (10/90) = 2400 lb

40/1 silk/m.modal (10/90) – 10,300 lb

50/1 silk/m. modal (10/90) = 4000 lb

20/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 744 lb

30/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 7200 lb, 5000 lb by 5/26

40/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 1000 lbs

40/1 bamboo/ tencel cotton ( 70/30) – 2500 lb

30/1 bamboo/organic cotton (70/30) = 5000 lb

30/1 Micro bamboo yarn – 6800 lb

30/1 bamboo/sorona (60/40) = 0

21/1 traditional hemp/organic cotton (55/45) =6800 lb

30/1 viscose Hemp yarn –  6800 lb

40/1 viscose Hemp yarn = 5500 lb

30/1 viscose hemp/organic cotton (60/40) = 2000 lb

30/1 linen/cotton (55/45) – 400 lb

32/1 linen/poly (15/85) – 18,000 lb

30/1 linen/rayon (15/85) – 15,000 lb

30/1   poly/rayon  (65/35) – 7100 lb

60/1 spun poly – 5000 lb by 6/16

80/1  SPUN POLY  –  3700

30/1 Wood/ Rayon (10/90) – 1750 lb

50/1 wool/modal (30/70) – 800 lb

100/36 textured polyester – 6838 lb

60/1 P/C (50/50) – 1600 lb

80/1 p/c 50/50 – sample cones

30/1 sorona 100% – 2500 lb by 5/19

PLEASE CALL FOR YARN AVAILABILITY…..INVENTORY is moving as of everyday

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Inventory for 4/7



Colored yarns:

20/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 10,000 lb by 6/1 delivery

30/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 20,000 lb by 6/2 delivery

40/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 10,000 lb by 6/23 delivery

20/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) charcoal color – 10,000 lb by 6/30 delivery

30/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) charcoal color – 4000 lb by 5/17, 8500 lb by 5/26, 20,000 lb by 6/2

20/1 streaky tri-blend green color – sample cones

30/1 85/15 C/P marble stripes black – 8000 lb by 6/9

30/1 poly Lt. heather grey 10/90 – 19,000 lb

30/1 poly lino – 11,800 lb

30/1  Poly antracita (dk heather grey) – 4400 lb

30/1 spun rayon gris vig – 5600 lb

30/1 spun rayon antracita – 800 lb

30/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50)  gris vig color – 5000 lb

30/1 Supima cotton/ m. Modal Antracita –  650 lb

40/1 supima cotton/ m. modal (50/50) Heather grey – 5800 lb

50/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50) gris vig color – 10,000 lb by 6/2

50/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50) antracita color – 2200 lb

60/1 M.modal 10/90 heather grey- 2000 lb

80/1 M.modal 10/90 heather grey- 500 lb

30/1 M.Bamboo 10/90 heather grey = 1600 lb

50/1 long stapled cotton 10/90 heather grey – 4400 lb

60/1 long stapled cotton 10/90 heather grey – 4350 lbb

30/1 Rayon heather grey AB slub – 940 lb

30/1 triblend neps lt grey – 5000 lb by 5/19, 5000 lb by 5/26

30/1 triblend blue denim – 2000 lb

30/1 triblend lt brown – 5000 lb

30/1 triblend neps chocolate chip – sample cones

30/1 triblend neps blue green – 1000 lb

40/1 cotton/poly neps (92/8) (available in lt green, pink, yellow and aqua blue colors) = sample sets

Slub/nep yarns:

30/1 rayon/poly (95/5) slub – 41,900 lb

30/1 cotton/poly (95/5) slub – 6000 lb

30/1 bamboo/cotton/poly slub (67/28/5) – 3300 lb

30/1 rayon/poly (97/3) nep – 3000 lb

30/1 poly slub – 24,000 lb

30/1 Triblend Mocktwist  Slub  – 2000 lb

40/1  supima/M modal (50/50) slub – 10,000 lb by 6/2, 10,000 lb by 6/9

30/1 rayon Short slub yarn – 20,000 lb

30/1 rayon slub – 16,600 lb

20/1 cotton slub yarn = 12,000 lb

30/1 cotton slub yarn – 7000 lb

40/1 cotton slub yarn – 9200 lb

60/1 cotton slub yarn = 8850 lb

30/1 hemp short slub – 4100 lb

30/1 seedless linen/rayon (15/85) slub – 2000 lb

40/1 P/C (70/30) two tone nep – 9000 lb

40/1 modal slub – 5000 lb

Nolvety yarns:

20/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural = 7000 lb

30/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural – 10,000 lb by 6/16 delivery

40/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural   = 1200 lb

20/1 tri blend streaky P/C/R (50/38/12) natural – 10,000 to 20,000 lb by 6/9 delivery

30/1 tri blend streaky P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural (NEW) – 10,000 to 20,000 by 6/23 delivery

30/1 tri blend streaky mock twist P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural – 7000 lb by 5/19, 10,000 lb by 5/26

50/1 triblend streaky mock twist P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural = 4500 lb

30/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 11,300 lb

40/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 6400 lb

50/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 10,900 lb

50/1 modal/cotton (50/50) = 3600 lb

30/1 Tencel A-100/combed cotton (70/30) – 1200 lb

30/1 Tencel A-100 – 2500 lb

40/1 tencel A-100 – 0

50/1 Tencel A-100 = 850 lb

30/1 Siro Micro Modal = 8200 lb

40/1 Siro Micro modal = 25,400 lb

50/1 siro micro modal – 4350 lb

30/1  Silk /Rayon  10/90  – 1200 lb by 6/9

30/1 silk/m.modal (10/90) = 2400 lb

40/1 silk/m.modal (10/90) – 10,300 lb

50/1 silk/m. modal (10/90) = 4000 lb

20/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 744 lb

30/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 7200 lb, 5000 lb by 5/26

40/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 1000 lbs

40/1 bamboo/ tencel cotton ( 70/30) – 2500 lb

30/1 bamboo/organic cotton (70/30) = 5000 lb

30/1 Micro bamboo yarn – 6800 lb

30/1 bamboo/sorona (60/40) = 0

21/1 traditional hemp/organic cotton (55/45) =6800 lb

30/1 viscose Hemp yarn –  6800 lb

40/1 viscose Hemp yarn = 5500 lb

30/1 viscose hemp/organic cotton (60/40) = 2000 lb

30/1 linen/cotton (55/45) – 400 lb

32/1 linen/poly (15/85) – 18,000 lb

30/1 linen/rayon (15/85) – 15,000 lb

30/1   poly/rayon  (65/35) – 7100 lb

60/1 spun poly – 5000 lb by 6/16

80/1  SPUN POLY  –  3700

30/1 Wood/ Rayon (10/90) – 1750 lb

50/1 wool/modal (30/70) – 800 lb

100/36 textured polyester – 6838 lb

60/1 P/C (50/50) – 1600 lb

80/1 p/c 50/50 – sample cones

30/1 sorona 100% – 2500 lb by 5/19

PLEASE CALL FOR YARN AVAILABILITY…..INVENTORY is moving as of everyday

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Inventory for 3/7



Colored yarns:

20/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 10,000 lb by 6/1 delivery

30/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 20,000 lb by 6/2 delivery

40/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) heather grey – 10,000 lb by 6/23 delivery

20/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) charcoal color – 10,000 lb by 6/30 delivery

30/1 streaky tri-blend P/C/R (50/38/12) charcoal color – 4000 lb by 5/17, 8500 lb by 5/26, 20,000 lb by 6/2

20/1 streaky tri-blend green color – sample cones

30/1 85/15 C/P marble stripes black – 8000 lb by 6/9

30/1 poly Lt. heather grey 10/90 – 19,000 lb

30/1 poly lino – 11,800 lb

30/1 Poly antracita (dk heather grey) – 4400 lb

30/1 spun rayon gris vig – 5600 lb

30/1 spun rayon antracita – 800 lb

30/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50) gris vig color – 5000 lb

30/1 Supima cotton/ m. Modal Antracita – 650 lb

40/1 supima cotton/ m. modal (50/50) Heather grey – 5800 lb

50/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50) gris vig color – 10,000 lb by 6/2

50/1 supima cotton/m.modal (50/50) antracita color – 2200 lb

60/1 M.modal 10/90 heather grey- 2000 lb

80/1 M.modal 10/90 heather grey- 500 lb

30/1 M.Bamboo 10/90 heather grey = 1600 lb

50/1 long stapled cotton 10/90 heather grey – 4400 lb

60/1 long stapled cotton 10/90 heather grey – 4350 lbb

30/1 Rayon heather grey AB slub – 940 lb

30/1 triblend neps lt grey – 5000 lb by 5/19, 5000 lb by 5/26

30/1 triblend blue denim – 2000 lb

30/1 triblend lt brown – 5000 lb

30/1 triblend neps chocolate chip – sample cones

30/1 triblend neps blue green – 1000 lb

40/1 cotton/poly neps (92/8) (available in lt green, pink, yellow and aqua blue colors) = sample sets

Slub/nep yarns:

30/1 rayon/poly (95/5) slub – 41,900 lb

30/1 cotton/poly (95/5) slub – 6000 lb

30/1 bamboo/cotton/poly slub (67/28/5) – 3300 lb

30/1 rayon/poly (97/3) nep – 3000 lb

30/1 poly slub – 24,000 lb

30/1 Triblend Mocktwist Slub – 2000 lb

40/1 supima/M modal (50/50) slub – 10,000 lb by 6/2, 10,000 lb by 6/9

30/1 rayon Short slub yarn – 20,000 lb

30/1 rayon slub – 16,600 lb

20/1 cotton slub yarn = 12,000 lb

30/1 cotton slub yarn – 7000 lb

40/1 cotton slub yarn – 9200 lb

60/1 cotton slub yarn = 8850 lb

30/1 hemp short slub – 4100 lb

30/1 seedless linen/rayon (15/85) slub – 2000 lb

40/1 P/C (70/30) two tone nep – 9000 lb

40/1 modal slub – 5000 lb

Nolvety yarns:

20/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural = 7000 lb

30/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural – 10,000 lb by 6/16 delivery

40/1 tri-blend STREAKY P/C/R (25/60/15) natural/natural = 1200 lb

20/1 tri blend streaky P/C/R (50/38/12) natural – 10,000 to 20,000 lb by 6/9 delivery

30/1 tri blend streaky P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural (NEW) – 10,000 to 20,000 by 6/23 delivery

30/1 tri blend streaky mock twist P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural – 7000 lb by 5/19, 10,000 lb by 5/26

50/1 triblend streaky mock twist P/C/R (50/38/12) natural/natural = 4500 lb

30/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 11,300 lb

40/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 6400 lb

50/1 supima/M.modal (50/50) = 10,900 lb

50/1 modal/cotton (50/50) = 3600 lb

30/1 Tencel A-100/combed cotton (70/30) – 1200 lb

30/1 Tencel A-100 – 2500 lb

40/1 tencel A-100 – 0

50/1 Tencel A-100 = 850 lb

30/1 Siro Micro Modal = 8200 lb

40/1 Siro Micro modal = 25,400 lb

50/1 siro micro modal – 4350 lb

30/1 Silk /Rayon 10/90 – 1200 lb by 6/9

30/1 silk/m.modal (10/90) = 2400 lb

40/1 silk/m.modal (10/90) – 10,300 lb

50/1 silk/m. modal (10/90) = 4000 lb

20/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 744 lb

30/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 7200 lb, 5000 lb by 5/26

40/1 bamboo/combed cotton (70/30) = 1000 lbs

40/1 bamboo/ tencel cotton ( 70/30) – 2500 lb

30/1 bamboo/organic cotton (70/30) = 5000 lb

30/1 Micro bamboo yarn – 6800 lb

30/1 bamboo/sorona (60/40) = 0

21/1 traditional hemp/organic cotton (55/45) =6800 lb

30/1 viscose Hemp yarn – 6800 lb

40/1 viscose Hemp yarn = 5500 lb

30/1 viscose hemp/organic cotton (60/40) = 2000 lb

30/1 linen/cotton (55/45) – 400 lb

32/1 linen/poly (15/85) – 18,000 lb

30/1 linen/rayon (15/85) – 15,000 lb

30/1 poly/rayon (65/35) – 7100 lb

60/1 spun poly – 5000 lb by 6/16

80/1 SPUN POLY – 3700

30/1 Wood/ Rayon (10/90) – 1750 lb

50/1 wool/modal (30/70) – 800 lb

100/36 textured polyester – 6838 lb

60/1 P/C (50/50) – 1600 lb

80/1 p/c 50/50 – sample cones

30/1 sorona 100% – 2500 lb by 5/19

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