April 1, 2009
Our appetite for exotic fibers knows no bounds. It brought corn, soy, bamboo, and it introduced qiviut, yak, and American bison to our knitting baskets. And it gave us yarns made from jade, laced with copper, and fortified with seaweed extracts.
So it should come as no surprise this week when I tell you about a new company that is taking fiber innovation to a whole new level by producing a spinnable form of recycled kitty litter.
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