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Topic: Anybody know of NM produced cotton yarns?  (Read 1436 times)
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« on: July 13, 2007 11:11:54 AM »

I know there are some wool yarns produced in New Mexico, but living in southern NM, wool isn't exactly the most practical fiber.  There are TONS of cotton farms around here, so I was wondering if any of that is being turned into yarn or if it's all going to mass-produced stuff.  Google was less than helpful; all I turned up was wool yarns or scientific research on different kinds of cotton.

It would just be kind of cool to knit/crochet with genuine NM cotton yarn...  So if anyone knows of any and/or where I could get some, please share!
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