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  • 1 Australian Cashmere Goat — After 25 years of selective breeding, the Australian Cashmere Goat has evolved into a distinctive breed of goat, far removed from its bush goat origins. Whilst retaining the fertility and hardiness of the bush goat, the Australian Cashmere is… …

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  • 2 Textile — For other uses, see Textile (disambiguation). Fabric redirects here. For other uses, see Fabric (disambiguation). Sunday textile market on the sidewalks of Karachi, Pakistan …

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  • 3 Silk — This article is about a natural fiber and the textile woven from it. For other uses, see Silk (disambiguation). Four of the most important domesticated silk worms, together with their adult moth forms, Meyers Konversations Lexikon (1885 1892)… …

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  • 4 Spandex — fiber Spandex or elastane is a synthetic fibre known for its exceptional elasticity. It is strong, but less durable than natural Latex, its major non synthetic competitor. It is a polyurethane polyurea copolymer that was co invented in 1959 by… …

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  • 5 Velvet — This article is about the fabric. For other uses, see Velvet (disambiguation). A swatch of black cotton velvet …

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  • 6 Paisley (design) — Paisley wallpaper Paisley or Paisley pattern is a droplet shaped vegetable motif of Indian, Pakistani and Persian origin. The pattern is sometimes called Persian pickles by American traditionalists, especially quiltmakers,[1] or Welsh pears in… …

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  • 7 Moire (fabric) — Moire ribbons In textiles, a moire (pronounced /ˈmwɑr/ or /ˈmɔr/) (less often, moiré) is a fabric with a wavy (watered) appearance produced mainly from silk, but also wool, cotton and rayon. The watered ap …

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  • 8 Weaving — Weaver (occupation) redirects here. This article is about textile weaving. For other uses, see Weaving (disambiguation). Warp and weft in plain weaving Weaving is a method of fabric production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are… …

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  • 9 Denim — For other uses, see Denim (disambiguation). Denim as used for blue jeans, with a copper rivet to strengthen the pocket …

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  • 10 Felt — For other uses, see Felt (disambiguation). Felt is a non woven cloth that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing woollen fibres. While some types of felt are very soft, some are tough enough to form construction materials. Felt can be of …

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  • 11 Muslin — Woman s muslin dress, Europe, c. 1855. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, M.2007.211.755. Muslin (English pronunciation: /ˈmʌslɨn/, or less frequently: (/ˈmjuːslɨn/) is a loosely woven cotton fabric originated in Bangla …

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  • 12 Gore-Tex — is a waterproof/breathable fabric, and a registered trademark of W. L. Gore and Associates. It was co invented by Wilbert L. Gore, Rowena Taylor, and Gore s son, Robert W. Gore. Robert Gore was granted U.S. Patent 3,953,566 on April 27, 1976, for …

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  • 13 Drill (fabric) — Drill is stout durable cotton fabric with a strong bias (diagonal) in the weave.[1] It can be used unbleached, although it is more often bleached or dyed.[1] Use in clothing …

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  • 14 Tartan — For other uses, see Tartan (disambiguation). Three examples of Scottish tartan Tartan is a pattern consisting of criss crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colours. Tartans originated in woven wool, but now they are made in many… …

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  • 15 Moleskin — This article is about the fabric and movie prop. For the notebook, see Moleskine. Moleskin Moleskin, originally referring to the short, silky fur of a mole, is heavy cotton fabric, woven and then sheared to create a short soft pile on one side.… …

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  • 16 Cheesecloth — Cheese in cheesecloth. Cheesecloth is a loosewoven gauze like cotton cloth used primarily in cheese making and cooking. Cheesecloth is available in at least seven different grades, from open to extra fine weave. Grades are distinguished by the… …

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  • 17 Osnaburg — was a coarse type of plain textile fabric, named for the city of Osnabrück (from which it may have been first imported into English speaking countries). Originally made from flax yarns, it has been made from either flax, tow or jute yarns,… …

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  • 18 Nainsook — Cotton was often used to make Bias Tape in the 50 s and 60 s. Nainsook is a fine, soft muslin fabric, often to used to make babies clothing. See also Lawn cloth …

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  • 19 Drapery — Drapery. Drapery is a general word referring to cloths or textiles (Old French draperie, from Late Latin drappus[1]). It may refer to cloth used for decorative purposes – such as around windows – or …

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  • 20 Mesh — For other uses, see Mesh (disambiguation). This tea strainer is made of metal mesh Mesh consists of semi permeable barrier made of connected strands of metal, fiber, or other flexible/ductile material. Mesh is similar to web or net in that it has …

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