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Wool Allergy
Many people who find wool irritating are not really allergic to wool. There are many differences in quality and processing that affect the softness and comfort of natural protein fibers. Know the difference and decide whether wool is a fiber you should wear or work with in your knitting.

Yarn Storage and Allergies
If you love to knit or crochet, you don't have to give up your yarn stash forever if you have allergies.

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