Locally Spun Fibers and Yarns, from Knitting Daily TV Episode 903's Yarn Spotlight


Yarn Spotlight:
Eunny and Clara team up once again to discuss locally spun fibers and yarns, something that may be important to you in your quest for supporting local North American companies. On this Yarn Spotlight Clara discusses Buffalo Wool Company's Earth yarn, a yarn completely made in North America from Bison down and nylon. Clara will discuss why this tough animal makes deliciously soft yarn as well as the best uses for bison yarn. Also featured on this segment is Louet's Easport Alpaca.
Sponsored by Buffalo Wool Company. 

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