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Choosing, Knitting, and Wearing Non-Superwash Yarns - Shared screen with speaker view
Johanna Kunin
34:42
Silk-mohair: gateway drug haha
Leslie S Cox
01:34:01
I love this so much
Leslie S Cox
01:34:17
Learning so much
Erin Battle
01:34:26
This was super informative, thank you so much!
Vickie (Shipyarn)
01:34:48
I missed the beginning and I regret it, so a replay would be awesome
Eun-joo Lee
01:35:21
Watching from Korea. Sad to join a bit late. But I am so pahhy to be educated by these gorgeous knitters! I canno find ethically produced yarns here in Korea, but I hope I will find it soon!
jen Parroccini
01:35:38
Thank you Eun-joo!
Eun-joo Lee
01:35:50
😍
Leslie S Cox
01:36:43
Starting my journey kmitting with non superwash.
Leslie S Cox
01:37:17
Detashed my superwash
Erin Battle
01:37:39
I’m just starting out with non superwash yarn, trying out some natural dyes. I’m going to try crocheting with it afterwards! I got a few different bases to try :)
Johanna Kunin
01:37:49
I only use non super wash. My mom and knitting inspiration is responsible for this!
Leslie S Cox
01:37:50
Want to be more eco friendly
Vickie (Shipyarn)
01:40:59
I think that as an indie dyer when first starting out, non-superwash is actually intimidating to work with because of fear of felting during the dye process
Kelcey Garner
01:41:05
I know when I had to make the choice between Non-superwash or Superwash there was a almost moral dilemma. Since superwash due to its convenience wash factors means more business, because of its popularity there was a almost fear factor of not being self-sustaining by sticking to just nonsuperwash. I think this might be a struggle new dyers have when making this choice as well
Leslie S Cox
01:42:42
Trying to do that also
Johanna Kunin
01:46:56
Clap clap clap thanks y’all!!
Joanna Weiss
01:47:07
thanks for sharing such a thought-provoking discussion!!
Leslie S Cox
01:47:36
So great and thanks