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  •  Problems with artificial wool
      1. The stitches are difficult to see
      The reason why faux fur yarn isn't really handy for beginners is that the stitches are almost invisible. However, you can more a less feel where the stitches are. You can feel a small dent to the left of the needle/last worked stitch (if you are right-handed). If nothing really works, then don't worry about it. If the stitches are invisible, then the errors are as well, so just go for it! Everything will be alright ;)
      2. Combine with another yarn
      If you want to keep track of the stitches to make sure you worked the right number, then you may combine the faux fur yarn with another and thinner yarn. This makes the stitches easier to see. This is a great solution when making toys or amigurumi (as it's also known as). If the amigurumi is only for decoration, then a combination with Soft from Go Handmade is an excellent idea? But if it's for a child and it should also be washed from time to time, then a combination with Rainbow Lace is a great choice. It's strong and has a beautiful shine.
      3. Working from the right or the wrong side?
      If you've tried working amigurumi in faux fur yarn, then you may have noticed that the fur comes out on the wrong side instead of the right side. The reason is, that the hairs are pulled through to the backside when the stitch is worked . Usually, you work from the right side, but when working with faux fur yarn, you can also turn the project inside out when finished, showing the wrong side, and nobody will notice. Again, faux fur yarn hides everything – also the wrong side.
      4. Use a brush
      It may sound a bit strange; to brush your yarn. But to get the absolute top result when making toys in faux fur yarn, we recommend that you give the finished project a good brush. This makes the fur prettier and smoother.
      5. Knitwear in faux fur yarn
      If you are a knitter, then faux fur yarn is also a great possibility. It's easier to knit in faux fur yarn, as the stitches are always visible, when on the needle. I had a chat with our knitwear designers. They've created a gorgeous headband in Fur Lux, and they told me, that if you work in stockinette stitch, the garment gets a kind of a ”chopped” look. This happens because the hair in the yarn all has the same length. This can be solved by working in garter stitch and providing the garment with a more natural look.
    Suzhou RHZ Textile Technology Co., Ltd. not only has Polyester Spun Yarn but also Core Spun Yarn and other fabrics, welcome to visit our official website.
     Problems with artificial wool   1. The stitches are difficult to see   The reason why faux fur yarn isn't really handy for beginners is that the stitches are almost invisible. However, you can more a less feel where the stitches are. You can feel a small dent to the left of the needle/last worked stitch (if you are right-handed). If nothing really works, then don't worry about it. If the stitches are invisible, then the errors are as well, so just go for it! Everything will be alright ;)   2. Combine with another yarn   If you want to keep track of the stitches to make sure you worked the right number, then you may combine the faux fur yarn with another and thinner yarn. This makes the stitches easier to see. This is a great solution when making toys or amigurumi (as it's also known as). If the amigurumi is only for decoration, then a combination with Soft from Go Handmade is an excellent idea? But if it's for a child and it should also be washed from time to time, then a combination with Rainbow Lace is a great choice. It's strong and has a beautiful shine.   3. Working from the right or the wrong side?   If you've tried working amigurumi in faux fur yarn, then you may have noticed that the fur comes out on the wrong side instead of the right side. The reason is, that the hairs are pulled through to the backside when the stitch is worked . Usually, you work from the right side, but when working with faux fur yarn, you can also turn the project inside out when finished, showing the wrong side, and nobody will notice. Again, faux fur yarn hides everything – also the wrong side.   4. Use a brush   It may sound a bit strange; to brush your yarn. But to get the absolute top result when making toys in faux fur yarn, we recommend that you give the finished project a good brush. This makes the fur prettier and smoother.   5. Knitwear in faux fur yarn   If you are a knitter, then faux fur yarn is also a great possibility. It's easier to knit in faux fur yarn, as the stitches are always visible, when on the needle. I had a chat with our knitwear designers. They've created a gorgeous headband in Fur Lux, and they told me, that if you work in stockinette stitch, the garment gets a kind of a ”chopped” look. This happens because the hair in the yarn all has the same length. This can be solved by working in garter stitch and providing the garment with a more natural look. Suzhou RHZ Textile Technology Co., Ltd. not only has Polyester Spun Yarn but also Core Spun Yarn and other fabrics, welcome to visit our official website.
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  • What is yarn?
     The so-called "yarn" actually refers to the general term of "yarn" and "thread", which is defined as follows in clothing material science: "yarn" is the arrangement of many short fibers or filaments in an approximately parallel state, and along the axial direction Rotate and twist to form a slender object with a certain strength and linear density, and "thread" is a strand formed by twisting...
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  • What is the Best use for Polyester Spun Yarn?
    Polyester Spun Yarns are yarns made from man-made polymers, usually sold as acrylic or novelty yarns. Acrylic yarns are inexpensive, warm, strong, and often machine washable, but they are also prone to pilling and lack the breathability of natural fibers. Novel yarns come in a variety of unusual textures, ranging from fake fur-like yarns to trapezoidal or ribbon-like yarns with glitter or...
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