Wool’s inherent flexibility makes it an excellent fabric material. Because of the yarn’s flexibility and give, it’s less taxing on your hands and wrists than working with cellulose fibres would be. If you’re working with cotton, you’ll want to maintain the yarn under greater strain to ensure a constant gauge. Wool has a lower tensile strength than synthetic fibres, but the differential will vary from yarn to yarn and from precise fibre composition to exact fibre composition.

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Approximately 35% of the moisture that it absorbs may be absorbed by wool fibre. As a non-summer factor, it may have a somewhat beneficial effect during the warmer months. A higher humidity level will have less of an effect on your yarn because of its absorbency, which prevents your yarn from stretching or feeling wet while you’re working with it.
There are additional practical uses for this water-holding capacity. When socks are worn for hours, caps stay in place without irritating sweaty brows, and mittens keep those chilly fingers warm and dry.

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