JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,
JLS
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I should know better than to think i've seen it all ...

These days you can get yarn spun from the wool of alpaca, llama, bison, camel, Australian possum, and muskox. There are yarns made from bamboo, from wood cellulose, from corn, from milk, from sugar cane. There's even a fur yarn made from mink. These have all been around for a while.

Pearl yarn though, that's a new one (can't even imagine how you'd clean this stuff without ruining it)
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