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Old 11-20-2006, 06:15 PM   #1
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Light weight yarn with a lot of fluff
I am looking for a light weight yarn with a lot of fluff. Anything from Lace to DK weight would be okay, depending on the amount of fluff. The one thing is that it can't be mohair. Mohair makes me itch. I'd prefer a brushed merino, or some angora, but I might be able to hang with some very nice alpaca. The important part is that the binder / strand part is thin and there is a lot of fluff surrounding it. Like Filatura di Crosa's Ultralight, which is now discontinued. I would still use it, but I want to make this pattern available and so don't want to use discontinued yarn if possible.


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