Who Invented Yarn?


There are various theories about who invented yarn whereby some say it was invented by Yarn was John Kay. Though others say it was not invented by any one since it has been around for over 7000 years. The first yarn was created from fiber or fur shed from animals and dated fabrics are from the Egyptian people from around 12,000 BC.
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