Virgin wool refers to wool taken from a lamb’s first shearing in which the softest, finest wool of the sheep’s life is obtained. However virgin wool also refers to new wool that has never been used, or reclaimed from any spun, woven, knitted, felted, manufactured or used products. This means this type of wool can come from an adult sheep.
The most common type of rayon. It is made from natural sources such as wood and agricultural products that are regenerated as cellulose fibre. It is produced in much greater quantity than cuprammonium rayon, the other commercial type.
A crisp, lightweight, plain weave cotton-like fabric, made with high twist yarns in a high yarn count construction. Similar in appearance to organdy and organza. Used in blouses dresses and curtains.