yarn. Friday , March 16th , 2018 - 01:48:02 AM
Other natural fibers that can be used for yarn include linen and cotton. These tend to be much less elastic and retain less warmth than the animal-hair yarns though they can be stronger in some cases. The finished product will also look rather different from the woollen yarns. Other plant fibers which can be spun include bamboo hemp corn nettle and soy fiber.
Protein yarns (i.e. hair silk feathers) may also be irritating to some people causing contact dermatitis hives wheezing or other reactions. Plant fibers tend to be better tolerated by people with sensitivities to the protein yarns and allergists may suggest using them or synthetics instead to prevent symptoms. Some people find that they can tolerate organically grown and processed versions of protein fibers possibly because organic processing standards preclude the use of chemicals that may irritate the skin.
Other animal fibers used include alpaca angora mohair llama cashmere and silk. More rarely yarn may be spun from camel yak possum musk ox cat dog wolf rabbit or buffalo hair and even turkey or ostrich feathers. Natural fibers such as these have the advantage of being slightly elastic and very breathable while trapping a great deal of air making for a fairly warm fabric.
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