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Old 10-30-2005, 10:35 AM   #2
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Some yarns are indefinitely froggable, and others are more delicate. I haven't used mohair, and I'm sure different brands are different. So treat it gently; and I do know that you should roll mohair up right away unless you want a blob of knots. You can tell by looking at it if its getting frayed. Yarn doesn't get all stretched out or anything from knitting and frogging with it. I think it's more the friction that can damage it. If it looks in tact, you should be ok.
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