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Darn Good Yarn Recycled Linen Yarn
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There’s a reason that Darn Good Yarn is called “darn good!” This exceptional yarn has so many positive qualities that we simply can’t stop talking about it.


Linen yarn has to be one of our favorite fabrics to use when picking out yarns. Linen yarn is great for both knitting and crochet. It is a strong and durable fabric that keeps its shape over time. Linen is often the first choice when creating household items. It is a highly absorbent fabric and remains a strong fabric while wet, making it a great choice for knitting hand towels, washcloths, beverage coasters and other household cloths. Linen is also a great choice to use to knit or crochet larger household items, such as bed covers, pillow covers, and bath mats. When it comes to household crafts and projects, linen should always be the first fabric on your mind.


Another great use for linen is for clothing and accessories. Linen can produce wonderful, breathable, light-weight clothing perfect for hot and humid weather. Linen also makes a great fabric for bags, since it is so durable and long-lasting. Linen is truly one of the most flexible and multifaceted fabrics around.


This specific linen yarn is especially wonderful because it is a recycled fabric. This means that these skeins of yarn were created from the excess scraps of material from other knitting and crochet projects. Darn Good Yarn repurposes these scraps of material and turns them into yarn. Darn Good Yarn Recycled Linen Yarn is made from reclaimed linen material. Through the simple act of creating recycled yarn, Darn Good Yarn has saved 6,000 pounds of waste from landfills in the last year alone. So the next time you are choosing yarn to purchase, make the environmentally responsible decision and use recycled fabrics, such as these delightful skeins of recycled linen yarn.

 

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