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Re: Is there a yarn that
Posted by: knittingmom (IP Logged)
Date: May 05, 2009 10:13PM

I've had wool yarn in tubs for about 15 years, in the company of mothballs, and smelly though it is, have never had problems with those pesky critters. It does take a while for the smell to air out when you remove the yarn for your project, but well worth the investment in those smelly white balls, if it means saving your valuable yarn. I do know that bay leaves will deter bugs in grains, but whether that would work with wool I do not know, not having tried it. You might check the library for a book on natural remedies (going green they now call it), and discover a less scentful means of protecting your wools and woolens. Until then, Happy Knitting!!! Marian



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