Natural Recycled Yarns is a resource for 100% natural weaving and knitting yarns. I recycle unused goods made from high quality materials by deconstructing them and bringing the potential of the material back to life. This method is friendly to the environment, to the animals these fibers came from, and a sustainable use of Earth's resources.
My inclusion of this sweater in my shop is a thoughtful one because viscose is a contradictory beast. As a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber, it is neither truly natural nor truly synthetic. Viscose fiber is made from tree cellulose, specially processed wood pulp, but it takes lengthy processing to become yarn. The fiber itself is not naturally-occurring, but its raw material is. Recycling natural materials is very important to me, and I used this beautiful light pink blend to research and investigate whether viscose belongs in my shop or not. In the end, every yard of recycled fiber is beneficial to the environment; however, in the future, I will strictly adhere to 100% naturally occurring high quality fibers.
Find this yarn's before picture on Instagram! @recycledyarnrva