Uses Of Wool You Never Knew

Uses Of Wool You Never Knew

3. It’s a home run for wool

Wool makes for excellent packing, so much so that there are 370 years of wool windings tightly packed into baseball. This is what gives them their resilience. Even the professional players of Major League Baseball use balls packed this way. This means that even those of us throwing around a ball in their backyard has the same equipment as the greats, at least for the ball

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Avoiding toxic yarn dyes

Avoiding toxic yarn dyes

This is just for thought, we take no side whatsoever. I have been an acid dyer for a while and unfortunately before there was the extreme caution of masks, gloves, ventilation. NOT doing it in your home kitchen. Since then I have been battling severe nervous system and autoimmune issues that just happened. So Think twice, Think a million times before you venture forth and do your research and purchase all the equipment and dye in a safe space not your kitchen. Just my hard-learned lessons. 
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Why nature is good for the soul in more ways than you would think...

Why nature is good for the soul in more ways than you would think...

It can’t be denied that the touch of wool is something to make you smile. Where synthetic fiber can feel decidedly average, there is something utterly heavenly about the warm caress of a wool garment. But what does that mean for your skin? Well, when compared to polyester, wool is much more breathable. This has the added bonus of keeping away sweat, but even if you do find yourself a little on the warm side, wool is the way to go. The odor control is far superior from our little, furry friends.

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