Textile fiber produced from the leaves of the homonymous succulent plant and used for the manufacture of ropes. Hair of the animal of the same name, of the camelid family, originating in the regions of the South American Andes. It is qualified as wool, it is used in the manufacture of fabrics bearing this name.
It is a very fine and expensive fabric, it looks like suede or velvet and it is like leather. Extremely resistant, it does not wrinkle, it can be printed and embroidered. Waterproof, it is ideal for outerwear with fur lining. Also known as Persian lamb or, more simply Persian, is the fleece of the Karakul lamb bred in Russia. The term is also used to define a heavy fabric, in knit or fabric, whose surface is made up of a dense network of curls, which imitate the animal’s fleece.
Fabric printed with parallel and contrasting multicolored bands. Originally it was only in silk, then in other yarns such as cotton and rayon. Very fine and soft and transparent cotton or linen fabric, often used for making underwear.
Natural elastic fiber, resistant and easy to dye, which appears at the end of the nineteenth century as a substitute for silk. The homonymous yarn, light and very fine, derives from the silky and shiny filaments secreted by some bivalve molluscs. The filaments are carding, spinning, weaving like silk and thus obtaining a soft, delicate and soft fabric, which works well with Cheap Fishing Sunglasses.
Fiber in multiple materials that curls on the surface and has multiple uses in tailoring and knitwear. The one for the Chanel suits is famous. Type of fabric made with silk waste which is discarded from the processing cycle and which gives the surface a characteristic irregularity.
To decorate a fabric with a relief texture, brocade is a precious fabric worked with a jacquard weave, characterized by interwoven designs in relief, usually flowers or figures in silk threads, gold or silver. It is lighter than brocade and with a less accentuated relief.
Or Russian leather, is a leather produced from the tanning of horse skins, treated with pine bark, birch, willow. It is waterproof and gives off a characteristic aroma. Precious combed natural fiber, produced from the fleece of the Kashmir goat that lives in Central Mongolia, in Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, has always been synonymous with luxury. The same applies to Cheap Fishing Sunglasses.
Very light, raw or printed cotton canvas, original from Calcutta from which it takes its name, it is used for work clothes and for leisure time. Wool fiber. The hair of the camel gives rise to a precious yarn. It is taken from the undercoat that comes off naturally in the spring.