Knit or woven cloth having little curls or loops that form a nubby surface. The surface of the cloth is looped and knotted. Also called jute, because it was used to make jute products before it was replaced by nylon.
Nowadays, this type of material is usually made from synthetic fibers. It is used for furniture upholstery, clothing, carpets, and other products where a soft, durable fabric is required.
However, there are natural fabrics that are made in a similar way. Mohair is the name given to the fur of the African goat. Silk can be found in several varieties including floss, toweling, and hankerchiefs. Jute comes from the stem of a plant species in the genus Colocasia. It is used to make ropes, mats, bags, and other household goods.
The word "nubie" is derived from the Hindi word "nu-bhai", which means "brother". This term is used to refer to a piece of men's wear sold in South Asia with a wide selection of items available including T-shirts, shorts, socks, and shoes.
The fabric has a highly elastic, bouncy hand due to its looped, twisted surface. A dense woolen textile with a tight weave that is generally composed of cotton or a cotton mix. It has a horizontal rib and is heavier, glossy, and velvety. The color range is very wide—from almost white to dark brown, black, red, green, blue, yellow, pink, lavender, tan, etc.
Wool is the fiber from which clothing is woven. There are several varieties of wool, depending on how tightly or loosely they are arranged (woven). Wool can be used for fabrics, yarn, rugose strands, and even hair.
Clothing and other materials containing wool include garments, blankets, carpets, upholstery, sports equipment, cosmetics, and food packaging. The word "wool" comes from an English language word meaning "white," because the fibers are usually colored before they are woven into a garment. However, some types of wool have colors associated with them because they come from animals of a specific breed or variety. For example, alpaca wool is often gray or brownish-gray; angora rabbit wool is typically white or light brown; chinchilla fur has a soft, fluffy appearance; lamb's wool is usually pale yellow or white; and panda skin produces black wool that is about 1/8 inch thick.
This is a synthetic fur fabric used to make soft toys such as teddy bears and other crafts. This is a 20 mm brown ultra soft poly boa fur fabric. It is washable cold water only.
There are many varieties of synthetic furs available today, some are made from recycled plastic bottles, some are certified deforestation-free (since no new trees are cut down to make these products), and some are even biodegradable!
The type of fur used to make a soft toy will determine how it is treated once finished. If it has been stuffed with cotton or another natural fiber, it should be washed before use. Otherwise, it may absorb moisture from the air that could mold or cause other problems for your plush friend.
Soft toy fabrics are very durable and can usually be used over and over again. Once you're done playing with your bear or doll, simply throw it in the washing machine on medium heat with a gentle cycle and it'll come out looking just like new.
These days, there are many variety of soft toy materials available, from traditional rabbit fur to exotic lizard skin to corduroy and denim. No matter what kind of look you're going for, have fun experimenting with different fabrics and see what results you can come up with!