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"Textile fibres are natural or synthetic structures that can be spun into yarn. Yarns are then woven, knitted or bonded into fabric. The inherent characteristics of fibre properties directly relate to the performance and required care and maintenance of the finished fabric, therefore understanding fibres and yarns will in turn help you to understand the how to apply specific fabrics within your interior schemes."
James Dunlop Textiles
James Dunlop Textiles offer a comprehensive guide to the characteristics, performance and care of the textiles in your home. To read more, Click Here.
Fibres included in the guide include:
- Polypropylene / Olefin / Polyolefin