Bring Back Real Fur

fortean

Active Member
It's environmentally friendly compared to using oil to make artificial fur; well as long as you are going to eat the animal too :D
 
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Mickey G

Guest
It's one thing to use the hides of a farmed animal, quite another to club baby fur seals to death with a club.

I'm all for using hemp. It's a very environmentally friendly.
 

fortean

Active Member
It's one thing to use the hides of a farmed animal, quite another to club baby fur seals to death with a club.

I'm all for using hemp. It's a very environmentally friendly.

What do baby seals taste like?
 

fortean

Active Member
I'm all for using hemp. It's a very environmentally friendly.

That's what the point of this thread is about really :)

What other materials can be used to replace oil based materials? And how efficient will they be, both in purpose and manufacture?

I don't really know much about textiles so I was stuck on wool and cotton :blush:
 

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