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Restored coat

Jan Corina, author JustLady.
Restored coat
The recovered wool is a natural fiber of animal origin obtained by rasseyaniem scraps of wool yarn and scraps of wool fabrics. When developing such material waste is used jerseys, carpet, woolen and worsted manufacture. In the processing of the fibers can be damaged, causing the recovered wool is not strength. Restored or regenerated wool is used to make several costume…
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The recovered wool is a natural fiber of animal origin obtained by rasseyaniem scraps of wool yarn and scraps of wool fabrics. When developing such material waste is used jerseys, carpet, woolen and worsted manufacture. In the processing of the fibers can be damaged, causing the recovered wool is not strength. Restored or regenerated wool is used to make several costume cloth and Grapow.

Textile fibre

tisson, author JustLady.
Textile fibre
Textile fibers are the main elements of fabrics, yarns, knitted fabrics, nonwoven fabrics and other textile materials. They are classified according to their origin and structure. From a structural perspective fibers are divided into basic and complex or technical. The first group includes single fibers such as wool or cotton), while the second longitudinally bonded (flax or…
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Textile fibers are the main elements of fabrics, yarns, knitted fabrics, nonwoven fabrics and other textile materials. They are classified according to their origin and structure. From a structural perspective fibers are divided into basic and complex or technical. The first group includes single fibers such as wool or cotton), while the second longitudinally bonded (flax or hemp).

Long elementary fibers are called elementary filaments. Composite yarns obtained from glued or twisted between the elementary fibres. Short periods of artificial or synthetic yarns are called staple fibers. Textile fibers are natural and chemical origin. The latter, in turn, are divided into synthetic (e.g. nylon) and artificial (viscose).