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Woven fur imitation

has the look of real fur. Produced on a two-plush loom, where the pile is created by a pile warp which is typically of polyacrylonitrile fibres, rayon or wool. The base fabric is cotton or a mix, and it is reinforced by a finish on its back. The pile is finished by various techniques of dyeing, jacquard weaving, printing, cutting, brushing, gaufrage, etc. Used in the production of winter coats and decorative elements for clothing.



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