WKT - Wool THIN twill
Wool thin twill is a lightweight, flowing fabric that looks great in all lightweight projects, such as wool dresses, and is also suitable as a material for sweaters. It also fits perfectly with reenactment, LARP and cosplay projects. Thanks to its lightness, it will also be a great material for curtains, draperies and other interior decorations.
Wool fabric with diagonal stripes - how its made?
Wool fabric is made from the wool fibre by weaving, knitting or felting. Weaving is the most common method of manufacturing wool fabric and involves passing the warp threads over and under the weft threads to create a desired pattern in the fabric. Felting is a process for shrinking wool fibres together to produce felt. Knitting is a process for making knitted fabrics by interlacing loops of yarn using needles.
So what distinguishes a woolen fabric with diagonal stripes? It is wool woven by hand in a 2:2 weave. This means that the weft thread is passed through two warp threads, and each subsequent weft row is shifted by one thread. This creates the characteristic stripe pattern.
Woolen clothing fabric, what is it used for?
Wool is a natural fiber obtained from sheep and other animals. Wool is soft, warm and comfortable to wear. It has a long history of use in the textile industry, especially for clothing. Woolen fabrics are made from animal hair that has been carded or combed. The carding process opens up fibers to produce a soft web that can be spun into yarn. Woolen yarn maybe be thick and fluffy, but also gives great warmth without being too heavy. Woolen products are soft and comfortable to wear because they absorb moisture readily, providing extra insulation when it’s cold outside.
Woolen fabrics have been used since the dawn of time as elements of outerwear, coats, tunics, dresses, but also as elements of equipment such as blankets. With the development of fashion, woolen fabric has been adapted to a wider range of applications, woolen jackets and entire suits are becoming fashionable, woolen suits and other garments are becoming equally popular.
Thin twill wool is perfect as a material for dresses, historical clothing, but also as a decorative material for curtains, bedspreads, as well as a material for light children's blankets.