Yarn > By Fiber > Chitin Chitin is a primary component in the exoskeletons of arthropods and crustaceans such as crabs, insects and spiders and is also found in the cell walls of fungi. It's a polysaccharide, and it's excreted by the epidermal cells in arthropods. Chitin fibres are naturally antibacterial. Fineness of Chitin delivers softness and if producer use thick fibre with more than 20 mg/ 100mtr, it could help in term of strength also. Generally Chitin fibres are used with blend like cellulose derivatives and other protein fibres to impart tensile strength along with softness.
Judie was an icon and constant in Sheep’s Clothing. She started working for Jimalee just after moving to Kennewick, when the store was across from Winco. She was encouraged to teach classes and did so 4 days a week for over 15 years. Judie learned to knit and crochet at age 3, from “Grandmom”, who […]