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Yarn

Yarn - when there is more than one fibre interlocked, it is called yarn. A long continuous strand of interlocked or twisted fibres is yarn - which could be used for knitting, weaving, braiding, crocheting, embroidering, stitching, textiles etc.

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Milk Fiber was firstly introduced in 1930 in Italy & America to compete the wool. It is new generation of innovative Fiber & a kind of synthetic Fiber made of milk casein Fiber through bio-engineering method with biological health which... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

Combing and carding are two related techniques for preparing cotton, hair, or wool fibres14. With respect to sheep’s wool, the two techniques are used for making either worsted or woolen 40threads respectively.

What is Combed Yarn?

Combing is a... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.
Originally answered to "Is milk fiber material stretchy?"

The elements of the fibre include casein proteins, which are extracted from the milk itself. It is feigned by spiralling protein solution through a bio-engineering procedure. This liquid is apt for the soggy spinning procedure in the course of which... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

Which of our yarns can you use for knitting, and how do the yarns compare with the standard knitting terms such as Sport Weight or DK weight? You certainly can knit with weaving yarn, and weave with knitting yarns, but... (More)