There are mainly ten different kind wool fabrics. Here are they:
- Wool pile fabrics: They are mainly woven and might be cut or loop. The pile is made out of warp threads that are fed from beams or individual yarns.
- Knitted Fabrics: One of the fastest woven fabric created by pile knitting technique, they have natural stretch properties.
- Worsted Fabrics: These fabrics come with a smooth appearance yet high durability. Fibres of uniform fineness and strength are used to achieve the unique smoothness.
- Woollen Fabrics: These fabrics are made from wool fibers of non-uniform fineness and varying lengths. Spinning these fibres in yarn gives the bulky appearance to the fabric.
- Flat woven fabrics: These fabrics are created by weaving two set of threads at right angles.
- Plain Weave fabrics: These fabrics are the strongest and most resistant to abrasion as they are made by high frequency of interlacing of threads.
- Twill weaves: This fabric uses more thread than plain weave every 10 cm and this makes the fabric strong enough despite its floats exposed to wear and tear.
- Sateen fabrics: With threads closely set to each other, the surface of this fabric is mostly left warp-faced.
- Double Cloth: Threads from alternate group of shafts are made to interlace creating a complex pattern. The two parts of the fabric are frequently crossed to make sure the durability of the fabric doesn’t get affected.
- Jacquard weave: This fabric is woven up with the system of punch cards. Apart from electronic, programmed jacquard looms, mechanical looms are also used in jacquard weaving.
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