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Is worsted vegan?

Worsted is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is worsted?

Worsted is a high-quality wool yarn that is commonly used in the production of textiles and garments. It is made from long-staple fibers that are combed and twisted to create a smooth, durable, and lustrous yarn. Worsted yarn has a tighter twist than other types of wool yarn, which gives it a smooth and crisp finish that is ideal for weaving, knitting, and crocheting. It is often used in the production of warm and luxurious garments, such as sweaters, scarves, and hats, as well as in the creation of high-end home furnishings, such as blankets and rugs. Worsted yarn comes in a wide range of colors and weights, making it a versatile and popular choice for both professional and amateur fiber artists.

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