NEW YORK — As they prepare for next week’s Yarn Fair International, yarn and fiber producers are focusing on strategies to keep their businesses competitive through tough economic times. Several firms are placing their bets on new products, hoping that creative ideas will spur spending and keep them afloat. Spinners and manufacturers also are increasingly joining forces in recognition that there can be strength in a team.

The show is scheduled to run July 21-23 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood.

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