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Not infrequently we are advised of recalls of pharmaceuticals, meats, eggs, processed foods and even raw vegetables. But yarn?
Many of you probably heard that early this month, Trendsetter announced its recall of Lotus Yarns Mimi. Trendsetter imported Mimi from Lotus Yarns, a company based in the Hebei Province, South of Beijing, in China. Recently Trendsetter tested its Lotus yarns and learned that Mimi, rather than being 100% mink as labeled, was actually a blend of 40% angora, 13% wool, 30% rayon, and 17% nylon. (Contact the yarn store where you purchased the yarn for information about returning it.)
There have been other yarn recalls, some by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
On March 19, 2015 the CPSC announced the recall of Bernat Tizzy yarn. Tizzy, a super bulky weight 100% polyester yarn, was manufactured in China, imported by Spinrite Yarns LP, of Washington…
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