What Is Wool Made out of?

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Wool is the hair coat of sheep and some other animals such as the alpaca. Different types of sheep produce different types of wool. Some wool is a high quality and can easily be spun into yarns, while some wool is best made into felt.
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Wool is a textile fibre that is obtained mainly from sheep. Wool from these animals has several qualities different from those of fur or hair. Wool is elastic, crimped and grows in clusters.
Wool is made up of natural fibre that forms the coat of a sheep, goat, or similar animal, especially when shorn and prepared for use in making cloth or yarn. The wool from one sheep is called a fleece.
Wool fabric is made from wool yarns that have been twisted into yarns. This takes a fairly high quality of wool to make a good fabric for suits.
Wool is a fabric made of natural animal fibres. Wool from sheep has the largest percentage with cashmere, mohair, qiviut, and alpaca being used in little portions. Wool is lightweight and resistant to wear and tear.
Wool is made up of natural fibre, that is, hair coat of sheep and some Other animals such as the alpaca. Different types of sheep produce different types of wool. Some wool is a high quality and can easily be spun into yarns, while some wool are best made into felt.
The first step in making wool fabric is producing the wool which is normally sheared from wool sheep producing a fleece. Before the raw wool is made into fabric, it must be spanned into long strands of thread. The thread is then passed through a weaving loom where the fabric gets to be created.
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