1. What is the process of making regenerated fibres?
- Taken from cellulose, chemicals added to make it a gloopy texture and pushed through a spinneret to make continuous filaments
- Spun via a sewing machine
- Taken from an animal, pushed through a spinneret to make gloopy texture creating continuous filaments
- Spun via hand
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2. What are staple fibres?
- Short in length
- Metal staples inserted into fabrics
- Long in length
3. What is done to manufactured fibres to create the same affect as natural ones?
- Left as they are
- The fibres are cut short to give same effects
- Cut thin
4. What are some examples of a regenerated fibres?
- Elastane, polyamide, acrylic
- Visocose, acetate, modal
- Wool, polyester, PVC
- Cotton, silk, linen
5. What is the exception to natural fibres being staple fibres?
- Silk is the only natural fibre that is a filament
- Silk is a staple fibre
- Cotton is the only natural fibre that is a filament
- Linen is the only natural that is a filament