Textiles - Types of Fibre

Natural, Regenrated and Sythenic Fibres and their properties and uses.

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What are Sythectic Fibres. Give 1 example.
Are produced from simple chemicals derived from oil mand coal. Polyester is an example.
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What are regenerated fibres? Give one example.
Are produced from wood pulp. Viscose is an example.
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Where do Natural Fibres come from?
Animals and Vegtable sources.
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Name 3 uses for wool.
Carpets, Jumpers and Clothing
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Where does cotton come from?
a cotton
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What are regenerated fibres? Give one example.

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Are produced from wood pulp. Viscose is an example.

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Where do Natural Fibres come from?

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Card 4

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Name 3 uses for wool.

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Card 5

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Where does cotton come from?

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