The oldest known textile used by humans isn’t woven. It uses no loom to make and needs no special equipment or ingredients. It’s the stuff of myths and legends — quite literally.
Feltmaking is older than spinning and weaving, and many cultures have legends about how it was invented, ...
Spinning natural fibers into yarn is an age-old art, practiced by people in nearly every culture. “Spinning” is simply twisting fibers together so they make a strong, usable cord.
Many kinds of natural fibers can be spun: plant fibers such as cotton, nettle, linen, hemp, yucca; and ...
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