Definitions for the Clothing & fabric Industry
Welcome to the mohair fiber directory section of the Apparel Search website. In this section, you will find educational information and links to resources relevant to mohair fibers. If you work in the apparel industry or simply have an interest in mohair textiles, this is the area for you. If you do not find enough information in this section of our mohair fibers guide, you may wish to check the textile section or go back to the fiber directory main page for additional textile fiber choices.
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Mohair is a silk-like fabric made from the hair of the Angora goat. It is durable, light and warm. The word was adopted into English before 1570 from the Arabic mukhayyar, a type of haircloth, literally 'choice', from khayyana, 'he chose'.
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