1. What are synthetic fibres made from?
- Pure chemicals
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2. How are synthetic fibres created?
- Derived from chemicals, the process involved polymerisation. Extruded through a spinneret to make continuous filaments
- From plants
- Put through a spaghetti maker
- From animals
3. What is the process of making regenerated fibres?
- Spun via hand
- Spun via a sewing machine
- Taken from cellulose, chemicals added to make it a gloopy texture and pushed through a spinneret to make continuous filaments
- Taken from an animal, pushed through a spinneret to make gloopy texture creating continuous filaments
4. What are some examples of a regenerated fibres?
- Elastane, polyamide, acrylic
- Visocose, acetate, modal
- Wool, polyester, PVC
- Cotton, silk, linen
5. All natural fibres are made of...?
- Staple fibres
- Filament fibres
- Short fibres
- Long fibres