Mohair Knitting Yarn

March 18, 2010 by  
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Does mohair child psychiatrist?

I have a hand knitted mohair is 80's-era baggy and oversized. Can you shrink to fit?

Yes, if you want, clean and dry. Mohair shrinks as anything else. Try to reduce the adjustment is a bet. I would not advise it. But if you insist, I started with hand washing and laying flat to dry. You can stretch or remodel a bit like that.

Adopt a musk ox - where luxury fibers Come From

"I'm Alaska per thousand, Alex," the candidate Jeopardy. "Alaska Native qiviut shown here produces a fiber eight times warmer than wool and extraordinarily lightweight, "said Trebek.

Silence. Beep after your pet indicates that the time passes, Alex responded: "The musk ox. My favorite animal. "Not too bad as the players were weavers, because although I can not say the muskox is my pet, can claim qiviut is easily my favorite thread. And know exactly what seems an ox Musk.

I am in love with qiviut several years ago during a trip to Alaska. In the center of Anchorage was impossible to ignore Little Brown House muskox wall that houses the Muskox producer Oomingmak Co-operative. Over an hour later, my husband had to drag me Kicking and Screaming Shop. I became very attached to several skeins of yarn on the face, but in our home collection of air tickets were necessary. After leaving one of the two tangle ounce, I promised to research animal fibers. Perhaps son of luxury as the others out there?

I continued my exploration of the alpaca fiber visiting a farm nearby. On the road to visit his family had often spent this farm and I yelled to my husband: "Look at the flames!" Alpacas, they are relatives of camels, was a precious treasure of civilization Inca. formerly reserved for royalty, alpaca fiber is thicker and heavier than wool, yet incredibly soft. Alpacas were first introduced in the United States in 1984 and have gained popularity since. 100% Alpaca is a joy to knit and I am always treasure my scarf woven from wool I bought the same day

Few people about his plan vacations around the cashmere goat farm, but that's exactly what I made. I went to the farm in Massachusetts dreams of a sweater knit with sweet butter and a great story that goes with it. There is no softer than cashmere. Only a few ounces of the layer can be obtained from each goat, so that the fiber is so expensive. But all he had to do was play 100% cashmere, and has been sold. Thank you God Closes American Express - I went home with everything but a goat.

I am constantly looking for new fiber. Modern synthetic son are amazing, but there is something satisfying in knitting son 100% natural. They may be susceptible to attack by the Ringworm and difficult to wash, but the care is worth it. Now I have to convince my husband that we should adopt a musk ox, goat, alpaca and Cashmere. After seeing our American Bill Express, which is open to the idea.

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