Mohair yarns and fabrics are bright and lustrous. Warp yarns of cotton or worsted generally used in flat mohair fabrics. Mohair pile fabrics used in automobiles and for upholstery usually have pile introduced as warp, but in such a fashion that the special system of threads is not subjected to severe tension.
roduced from the hair of Angora goat, mohair is generally a milky-colored fleece, but can sometimes be black, brown or rose-colored. Normally a plain weave, mohair is put into the fabric weft, usually with a worsted wool warp. Less curly than sheep hair and, therefore, shinier, mohair is also very resilient, lustrous, durable and crease resistant.