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Old 06-26-2006, 04:08 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by IrishBaby
For future reference, if you're interested in sustainable resources, avoid buying acrylic yarns. Acrylic is made from plastic, and unless it's a recycled yarn (which are expensive and difficult to find), is made from non-renewable petroleum.
Along a similiar thought, does any one know of any where to get information on which yarn/companies/labels treat the animals humanely when shearing?
I found a blog or two that had some good comments, but nothing much online in the way of "This brand treats sheep/animals well."

Any ideas?
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