Zpagetti: A Super-Bulky Yarn Made From Recycled Fabric Remnants

by , 01/15/13   filed under: Eco-Textiles, Fabrictionary

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ZPAGETTI \zpə-ˈge-tē\

n. 1 a: A super-bulky yarn, comprising 92 percent cotton and 8 percent elastane, made from the remnants of garment manufacturing. b: Produced by Lion Brand Yarn in the United States. c: Because of the repurposed nature of the material, each colorway is limited edition (and available at random). d: Suitable for knitting, crocheting, jewelry-making, and other forms of crafty tomfoolery.

+ Zpagetti $8.99 per skein

+ Lion Brand Yarn

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One Response to “Zpagetti: A Super-Bulky Yarn Made From Recycled Fabric Remnants”

  1. zgizgi says:

    This fabric is known as “totora” in Argentina. I ´ve been using for knitting and some other handcrafts.

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