The all capital portion is correct. If you want to rephrase it, you can say, "from yarn" instead, with the same meaning. "Currywurst" should not be capitalized, and "wooly" was spelled wrong: ...a wooly currywurst was created entirely out of yarn recently.
@dijek a currywurst made of yarn? doesn't that sound bizzare? thank you for answering. could you please check my latest questions and help me again? I need it for my study and I really appreciate it. thank you!
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