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Semi-dull yarn

Usually wool with fineness of 50 - 1000 tex made from long coars and hybrid wools of 56/58's and 58/60's fineness long 60 - 120 mm, spun in a semi-dull manner. Is demands firm, sufficiently long wool with only a small amount of short fibres. In this manner other fibres can also be spun such as camel, cashmere, angora wool etc. For making semi-dull yarn even synthetic fibres can be used with fineness of 5.6 - 13 dtex such as polyacrylonitrile, polyamide, viscose etc. Semi-dull yarns are usually used for hand-knitting (sweaters, cardigans, women's overcoats), for furniture upholstery and carpets, decorative fabrics, covers etc



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