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I realize this video might gross many of you out, but I am fascinated by people who view waste as a raw material. As the owner of two dogs I'm constantly dealing with shedding, and the thought that their cast-off fur could actually be turned into something useful is alluring.
A Connecticut-based needleworker named Kendall Crolius, author of Knitting With Dog Hair, shows how she can turn dog fur into hypoallergenic yarn:
I think the only reason I wouldn't do this myself is aesthetic: I don't like the fuzzy look of the end products. But if I could add another process and turn dog fur into, say, industrial felt, I'd be tempted to set up a rig in my apartment.