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Wool is the fiber obtained from mainly sheep as well as other certain animals. Wool is made to make clothing, often socks and sweaters.
Wool is a natural fibre that is made into many types of products including clothing, accessories, bedding and more.
Yes, iit can be warm.
Because wool is comfortable and warm as well. Sherlock Coat is thebest example of it. You can check it at desertleather.com.
you can't wash wool pants because they will shrink in the wash then you will not be able to wear them. this is why you have to wash them by hand.
Numerous segments of our global population! It comes from shearing sheep. It can then be spun into yarns, whichare used to create textiles including woven fabrics, knittedfabrics as well as for medical purposes, including wool gauze.
You can make any item of clothing or accessory, or household item or accessory out of wool.
Answer . It depends who you buying it off or what shop you buying it from. If you know people who sell designer clothes for less then they sell them for £20 and there real one's. . Answer . It depends who you buying it off or what shop you buying it from. If you know people who sell designer...
Question is: How to preserve the Lamb's wool. What process we need to take. Rafiq
I think they are just called wool fibres. Look at the related link below:
From New Zealand Marino Sheep
Yes, wool is biodegradable.
in the 2nd week that they where born
Wool is from sheep. I know that because I live on a farm and raise sheep. It is not known when the first sheep was found. (or that I know of)
Steel wool is fine ribbons of steel, and steel doesn't have a fixed chemical formula. We know that steel is mostly iron (Fe) with a percent or so of carbon. We also know that different trace metals appear in it as well. We thus know that steel wool doesn't have a specific chemical formula as it is a...
Any animal that grows fleece is a candidate for the production of wool.
It doesn't burn.
Wool is not soluble in water, but may dissolve in some acids.
The thick hair of sheep provides the fibers that are woven intowool. Lambs (young sheep) have softer hair, so lamb's wool is asofter textile.
Definitely yes.
You could always but wool socks from Walmart/Kmart or any other utility store. But if you need special socks recommended by your doctor, then always go to a pharmacy they with always help!
Wool is fabricated by humans based on the source material which is animal fleece.
Pure Wool is one which is JUST wool and no other material is mixed with it. While blend wool is mixed with other cheap fabrics like silk etc.
Scarfs, hats, leg warmers, rugs, gloves, jumpers, carpets, woolen trousers, blankets, cardigans, coats and tights.
The Golden Fleece.
no.. its different.....
Pulled wool is exactly the same as stretched wool
A group of wool is called a skein. A skein of wool.
Angora Wool.... . ....comes from the Angora goat.
Since humans and sheep have co-existed on planet Earth for ages, even before humans began writing, that date has been lost to history.
From sheep and goats mostley. People sheer them to get their wool.
Wool is thicker than cotton.
Only a small amount if any.
Wool is biotic. It is the hair of a sheep (or sometimes other animal).
Goats, llamas, alpacas, rabbits -- most fleece-bearing animals have produced fibres that have been spun into wool.
Wool is found by shearing sheep. Their fur is very fuzzy. It is commonly used for clothes, blankets, stuffing ect.
Wool made from woolen waste
Wool is less combustible (less easily burnt) than cotton and synthetic materials. . Wool tends to return to its original shape when it has been stretched or folded better than cotton and synthetics do. . Wool is more resistent to tearing. . Wool absorbs 30% of its weight when it is wet, doing do...
A wool sock is what it sounds like... A sock made from wool... You get wool from a sheep.
People in Peru harvest fleece from fleece-bearing animals.
Wool is distributed all over the world from sources located on every continent except Antarctica.
it has a lusty texture
wool is made from wool. the clue is in the name. however you can knit with yarn made from alpaca, silk, angora, cotton, bamboo, banana, acrylic, polyester, dog hair (yes really) etc etc
they got their wool from England
Wool is produced by sheep.
Wool is slow to ignite and slow to burn.
One hundred percent of the wool is in the world, except for wool items that astronauts have taken into space, most of which is returned to Earth at some point.
Hair sheep are not a cross between sheep and goats. They have the same number of chromosomes as wooled sheep. The primary difference between hair sheep and wooled sheep is the ratio of hair to wool fibers. All sheep have both types of fibers. Hair sheep have more hair fibers and wool sheep have more...
yes, it does. is that really what you are asking or is there a different meaning to that question?
Many cities, counties, states and countries claim to be the 'Wool Capital'. Your answer may depend on the type of wool for which you seek a capital.
No, actually, animals invented wool, because they grow it as fleece.
u can make so many thing out of wool here are some u can make juper,scarf,t'sharts,pants.ect!
There are approximately 30 grams per ounce, so 5 ounces would be approximately 150 grams.
You can polish the surface with a fine grit wet/dry sandpaper. Don't use anything lower than a 400 grit. This works great, it will grind away mineral deposits and smooth the porcelain, no harsh chemicals needed. Or, if you prefer: Try rubbing the marks with some baking soda and a wet towel or...
clothes: shirts, sweaters, lagging etcetra.
A wool sock is made of wool, the source of which is animal fleece.
The word has origins in so many languages that I feel more comfortable providing the Online Etymology Dictionary link, listed below:
A wool blend coat has been designed not to shrink, based on the blend of the wool. However, you could wash the wool coat in hot water with maximum agitation, which affects the wool, but not the blend. Your results would be unpredictable.
Natural. Synthetic material comes from material that is man-made, usually from petrol-based materials.
If by that do you mean is it biodegradable than the answer is yes. But, not all wool is created equal. Some sheep breeds have very fine,soft weak wool. While others have rough, strong wool. The stronger the wool the longer the product made with it will last. As a result sweaters are commonly made...
Answer . Oh, yeah! Just ask any sailor! Salt water, because of the ions that salt gives to the mix makes it even more corrosive to most metals.
Icelandic wool may indicate that the fleece originated in Iceland, or that the fleece was combed, carded and spun there. New wool is wool that has not been used before. The two terms are not mutually exclusive, or interdependent.
Wool is probably renowned as a basic clothing fibre.
Due to the lanolin
if you put it in water
wool is an item there is no synonym
The Latin word for "wool" is lana (- ae , f.).
We get wool from sheep. That's why during spring and summer sheep are shaved. so we can have there hair when they don't need it, it grows back for winter and they are not harmed or killed. so we get wool from sheep.
Naturally, wool is the colour of the animal's fleece.
You let the sheep grow wool for a year and than shear it off with scissors or a razor specially designed to shear sheep. Some sheep shed their wool making the whole process of shearing unneeded, at least for that breed. You can just pull the fibers and it come off.
There are many places where you can find animals yielding wool onthe Indian map. Some of these places include Rajasthan, Kashmir andJammu.
Bad is a judgement and you are the judge.. Wool will disintegrate in a garbage dump over time..
Sheep produce wool. Alpacas produce fibre Cashmere goats produce cashmere Angora goats produce mohair Angora rabbits produce angora muskox produce qiuivt. llamas produce wool. camel produce wool. bison produce wool.
Raw wool is more commonly known as fleece.
There's none. Wool came from sheep! Wool belongs to a group of proteins (chemicals!) known as keratins. Unlike cotton and the majority of synthetic fibres, wool does not have a homogenous structure. Wool fibres have highly complex physical and chemical compositions.
Animals with fleece that can be turned into wool are found on every continent except Antarctica.
No, Turkeys have feathers.
All it really costs is the price of the wool yarn. I have read in some magazines that people that use felted wool to make purses and such, actually stop into thrift stores. They keep an eye out for wool sweaters, and then buy them for a few dollars. They bring it home, felt it, and then use that...
bhakarwal ,nali, lohi, chokala etc
You can recycle it by breaking down the fibres and turing it into something else. An old jumper, for instance, may be carefully undone and the wool gathered, cleaned, and re-used. Another term for wool that is re-used is "shoddy".
You could get wool by shearing a sheep. Wool is like the hair of a sheep.
Best to hand wash it ! woolite Another Answer Always wash wool by hand lukewarm water using a mild soap. Begin with a soak -- three to five minutes for lightly soiled articles, longer for more soil. Squeeze out the soapy water by pressing the article against the bowl after draining out the...