Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
the cork and ripstop dyneema fabrics may decrease the need for constantly reaching for the lint brush.

tom, darcy,

what do you think about a ristretto or cafe bag with an all cork exterior?

thanks!
I have definitely found this to be the case. I have a Swift in Cork (original design, so the cork fabric extends all the way to the bottom of the bag) and have yet to notice any mammalian fur/hair (cat, dog, or human) sticking to it. The yarns that shed fibers (e.g. alpaca) stick to the outside of the bag, or the Dyneema interior pockets, but do collect on the inside lining (the reverse side of the Cork material). But that's not visible to anyone but me and my Yarn Stuff Sacks (which do help in containing the renegade fibers).