The entire coat of wool that covers a sheep or other similar animal; also, the quantity shorn from a sheep, or animal, at one time.
Any soft woolly covering resembling a fleece.
The fine web of cotton or wool removed by the doffing knife from the cylinder of a carding machine.
To deprive of a fleece, or natural covering of wool.
To spread over as with wool.
the wool from a single sheep in the shorn grease state.
The wool of a sheep cut once a year and spun into yarn. The wool is used to make sweaters, caps, coats, socks, blankets and other coverings.
A sheep's woolly coat.
a quick-drying, breathable, soft polyester used to make insulative clothing. OK that you knew. But fleece-making is quite a process: the polyester is knitted in loops, those loops are cut, and the ends are shaved down to size. The height of the stubble that's left has a lot to do with the weight and insulative power of the fleece, and those different weights have a lot to do with the fact that we offer seven different types of fleece in a variety of styles to meet your functionality, warmth, and aesthetic requirements.
1) The first wool taken from a lamb at about eight months. 2) The total wool sheared from an adult sheep.
The coat of an animal.
Generic name for pile, synthetic fabrics by Malden Mills, Draper's EcoPile, or Dyersburg's E.C.O. Fleece.
the fiber from a single, live alpaca in the shorn and unwashed state.
A soft, insulated knit fabric originally developed for cold-weather jackets and other outerwear
is a three-ply, 100% fine merino wool with 1,650 yds/lb. Fleece is a very fine quality wool made much like our Softball Cotton. Fleece is excellent for that "wool ski sweater". Hand wash/Flat dry or Dry Clean.
A soft, bulky, deep-piled woven fabric.
polyester fabric which draws dampness away leaving the surface dry.
Generally Acrylic or Polyester fabric as used in fleece jackets etc. Polyester fleece is considered best, used for wraps as it is very breathable and one-way stay dry liners as it isn't absorbent and keeps baby dry.
Mats or felts used as a membrane backer and composed of fibers.
knit fabric with a dense brushed nap on one or both sides
Luxurious fabric with a thick deep nap that provides warmth without weight. May be twill or plain weave. The term correctly applies only to wool fabrics, although there are so-called fleeces of other fabrics.
the shorn wool from a sheep.
(animal science) The wool coat of a sheep.
Refers to pile or napped fabric with a deep, soft, woolly-style surface ( click here for more info).
A backer that is applied to wood veneer in a lineal process to produce continuous rolls for profile wrapping.
Fleece has a deep, soft nap. The term "felt" can apply to flat woven or knit fabrics as well as to those woven on the pile principle. The long nap or pile provides many air spaces, resulting in a fabric with high insulative properties.
the wool of a sheep or similar animal
tanned skin of a sheep with the fleece left on; used for clothing
a soft bulky fabric with deep pile; used chiefly for clothing
outer coat of especially sheep and yaks
shear the wool from; "shear sheep"
The entire coat sheared from an animal at one time.
Has a deep, soft nap or pile, obtained by heavily brushing with wire brushes or with a pile weave. This provides air space giving good insulating properties without too much weight. Material is often bulky.
Originally referring only to sheep's wool, this type of fabric is now made of other natural and synthetic fibers and can be woven or knitted. It is typically thick with a napped or pile inner surface and is often used for jackets, blankets and sweatshirts.
A fabric with a soft, silky pile, used for warmth, as for lining garments or outerwear such as scarves, hats, and mittens.
Fleece is a modern version of pile. Unlike pile, which is mechanically sheared, fleece is knitted from loops of fabric. Most fleece fabric is made of nylon or polyester. Fleece is generally denser than pile, with a softer finish. Fleeces also tend to weigh less. Fleece comes in different weights - the lighter weights for mild conditions, and the heavier weights for cold weather.
The wool covering the rabbit, including all growing fibers. (Not sorted.)
A soft deepâ€‘piled knitted or woven fabric.
A thick, multi-yarn fabric characterized by a smooth outer surface and a napped inner surface.
Fabric with a soft pile in imitation of a sheep's furry coat.
A fabric with a thick , heavy surface resembling sheep's wool. It may be piled or napped fabric of either woven or knit fabric.
a fabric with a pile or napped surface, sometimes of a unit construction; commonly used in sweats.
Fabric with a thick, heavy surface resembing sheep wool. Features a pile of napped fabric with either woven or knitted construction.
Brushed knit, one side smooth, other side fluffy.
Made with a jersey stitch that ties a laid-in yarn to the back of the fabric. This backing yarn is napped or brushed to give the fleece appearance.
The wool from one sheep.
Shearing a sheep so that it's wool is removed intact in one piece, results in a fleece.
Fabric with a soft deep pile.
Body wool shorn from a sheep.
Wool as it is shorn from the sheep; the fleece should remain in one piece.
While it always is wool sheared from a sheep, fleece can be either the first coat taken from a lamb, often referred to as the high-quality lambâ€(tm)s wool, the wool sheared from an adult sheep or a sheepâ€(tm)s hide tanned with the wool intact for use as fur.
A multi-yarn fabric identified by a soft napped interior and a smooth exterior.
Fabric (usually acrylic or polyester) used to make liners or wraps.
Synthetic knit fabric that stretches across the grain. Suitable for vests, jackets and tops.
mats or felts composed of fibers (usually non-woven polyester fibers), often used as a membrane backer.
a fabric with a thick, soft nap or pile resembling sheep's wool. Commonly a knit which has been brushed and sheared but may be woven.
The woolly coat of a sheep