April 11, 2002
I've always considered cotton to be somewhat one-dimensional and unyielding.
Imagine my surprise this week when I discovered cotton's
secret, soft, and totally squeezable side. Spun in Italy
for an American company, Reynolds Cabana is a plush softy
that is actually composed of 21 tiny strands tightly spun
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