Reproduction of a hand sewing thread used by soldiers during World War II. The most commonly used amount of thread for field repairs, where a small amount of thread was enough to sew buttons or to sew socks. This product can most often be seen in the Kamaradenhilfe sewing kit, which was worn by soldiers in a blouse pocket, a bread bag or a backpack.
Use / purpose:
This amount is ideal for multiple manual repairs of clothing. It can be inserted into your own pocket sewing kit or just have it inserted in your pocket. It perfectly presents pocket personal needs that can be presented at exhibitions or museums. It can also be used in the reconstruction of a field camp or in trenches.
- EMPTY- empty without sewing thread
- REENACTOR- complete product for use
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