FIBRES & YARNS

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  • Created on: 29-04-14 14:46
WHAT ARE FIBRES?
Basic buliding block of fabrics. Fibre twisted to yarn in order to make fabric. Fibres are even man made or natural
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WHERE DO NATURAL FIBRES COME FROM?
They come from ANIMAL, PLANT or MINERAL sources.
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WHERE DO MAN MADE FIBRES COME FROM?
Man made fibres come from NATURAL POLYMERS (REGENERATED), SYNTHETIC or INORGANIC
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WHAT ARE STAPLE FIBRES?
STAPLE fibres are SHORT fibres & they are all natural fibres except silk.
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WHAT ARE FILAMENT FIBRES?
LONG, COTINUOUS length fibres is a filament fibre. They are all manufacured fibres.
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WHERE DO NATURAL FIBRES COME FROM?

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They come from ANIMAL, PLANT or MINERAL sources.

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WHERE DO MAN MADE FIBRES COME FROM?

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Card 4

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WHAT ARE STAPLE FIBRES?

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WHAT ARE FILAMENT FIBRES?

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