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« on: May 31, 2014 08:28:07 AM »

I found a new website I'm considering ordering from, but I'm kind of worried that it's a scam of some sort. The prices on the fibers are much much cheaper than my local shop sells things for. They have silk for about 1/4 the price that I usually pay. The website is called rhlindsaywool.com. Has anyone ordered from them before? I also noticed the have cheap musk ox but I was wondering if anyone could tell from the picture if it's dehaired or not. I can't upload photos yet, but it's on the site under luxury fibers. If it isn't dehaired, how do you dehair it? Also I found another site selling vicuna noil for a lot cheaper than regular vicuna top, I was wondering if I ordered it if I need to do anything special to spin noil. I know it's a waste product more or less, so is it worth ordering?
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