A lock of wool or hair.
Woolen or cotton refuse (sing. or pl.), old rags, etc., reduced to a degree of fineness by machinery, and used for stuffing unpholstered furniture.
Very fine, sifted, woolen refuse, especially that from shearing the nap of cloths, used as a coating for wall paper to give it a velvety or clothlike appearance; also, the dust of vegetable fiber used for a similar purpose.
a material obtianed by cutting or grinding textile fibers to fragments. There are two types of flock, precision cut flock, all fiber lengths are approximately equal and random cut flock, the fibers are ground or chopped to produce a broad range of lengths.
wool refuse, shearings of cloth, old cloth torn to pieces, etc, used for stuffing mattresses, upholstered furniture, etc.
Very short individual fibers that are applied via adhesive to a backing to form a velvety surface.
Paper or cloth used as wall covering, with a stencilled design picked out in glued-on powdered wool to give a contrasting velvety texture. Flock was first used in France and Britain in the early 17thC and was very fashionable in the 18thC.
Short cotton or other fibers used to line the inner surface of household gloves.
A very short fiber primarily used in coating paper, fabric, plastic and other objects.
Wallpapers made with shredded fibers to replicate the fuzzy texture of velvet.
(wallcovering) This has a luxurious velvet feel. It is made by dusting powdered silk, wool or flock onto a tacky patterned surface paper, creating a piled effect.
Material produced by reducing waste textile fibres to fragments. Historically this was used to stuff upholstery.
A commercial fuzz or lint consisting of fine strands or filaments from textile fibres, animal hair, synthetic resins, etc. It is applied to an adhesive coated surface to produce a decorative effect with a felt-like feel and appearance.
Wool refuse used for stuffing mattresses and pillows. 408.
Short fibers of cotton, etc, used as fillers, for moulding materials.
the material obtained by reducing textile fibers to fragments by cutting or grinding. There are two main types including precision cut flock, where all fiber lengths are approximately equal, and random cut flock, where the fibers are ground or chopped to produce a broad range of lengths. Flocked Fabrics and Wallcoverings were popular 30 years ago, but have been on the wane in recent years.
Flock is precision-cut lengths of nylon or rayon fibres which vary in length from .5 mm to 5 mm and also vary in denier. It is applied electrostatically onto an adhesive.