Fabric manufacturers are being warned by Masters of Linen, the international organisation representing the interests of growers, processors and spinners, not to send yarns back to their suppliers simply because they assume them to be "badly spun" or "badly dyed." For an unevenness of finish, including in yarns destined for use in slubbed fabrics obvious signs of what appear to be surface imperfections, is a look that the most fashion conscious spinners are now striving to achieve as part of a move toward more rustic effects for summer 2002.