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Next up in our behind the scenes at our mill video series, get to know the carding and combing process! This process is a vital step in making bare yarn. Once the fibre is washed, or scoured, it moves on to the carding and combing machines. The carding and coming process is essentially a series of small brushes that comb the fibres like a hair brush. Since the fibres that go into KNOMAD yarns are so tiny, they need to go through several rounds of carding and combing before they are ready to move on to the next step, the spinning process. After the fibre has completed the carding and combing process, all the fibres are perfectly combed and parallel. Fibre at this stage in the process is called a top or a bump.
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Gina Fama Röckenwagner (she/her) is a color-obsessed knit designer and textile artist based in Los Angeles, California. Her work has been featured in Vogue Knitting, Pom Pom Quarterly, and Purl Soho’s eponymous blog. She founded her line of soft, comfortable, and size-inclusive clothing, SOFT HAUS, in 2015. When not working on yarn-related endeavors, Gina can be found quilting, biking, baking and watching trashy tv with her cats, Paloma and Blooper.
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