Rehfeldt, Janet
November 2006
Crochet!;Nov2006, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p61
The article focuses on using unspun fibers for crocheting and knitting and creating unspun fiber from a batt. Unspun fibers refer to fibers which have not yet gone through the spinning and plying process. One advantage of using unspun fibers is their affordability against their spun counterparts. In using unspun fibers, one is required to first separate the fiber into a manageable strip.


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