Can I get your help, please?

I’m asking this question mostly to assuage my own curiosity, but it’s also a bit of market research… If you could answer the poll question, great. If you could also explain your answer by leaving a comment, even better! Thanks so much in advance!

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Canadian English teacher living in the UK with husband, daughter, imminent baby and cat...
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7 Responses to Can I get your help, please?

  1. Alissa says:

    You didn’t have an option for don’t use it. I try not to, I don’t like being covered in fuzz.

  2. Beth says:

    Thanks! Sorry – just noticed and fixed that…

  3. Both. I find it adds interesting texture to scarves. I agree that it should be used sparingly.

  4. Deneen says:

    I use it, not 100%, blends with mohair and I did make a shawl out of it.

  5. Ann Peat says:

    I find that I have not used it to knit in years. I don’t wear it because it itches.

  6. Deb Seeger says:

    I do not knit or crochet, I use it in felting on the interior layers as I like the way the LONG fibers migrate to the surface and mute the colors. I also like the sheen it gives to my vessels when I used it sparingly.

  7. Deb Seeger says:

    I love sitting on Mohair upholstery. Oh and I must add I do not wear any kind of wool alpaca, Icelandic wool, as soft was they are, irritates my skin.

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