Angora hair or Angora fibre refers to the downy coat produced by the Angorarabbit. While the ... Commercial knitting yarns typically use 30–50% angora, in
order to produce some halo, warmth, and softness without the side effects of
Rabbit hair | animal fibre | Britannica.com
The fibre is used mainly for high-quality woven fabrics, knitted goods, and knitting
yarns. Angora rabbits are domesticated and are usually sheared, clipped, ...
US5203156A - Process for producing an angora rabbit hair yarn ...
The object of the present invention is to provide a process for producing a 100%
angora rabbit hair fine yarn useful as a grey yarn for woven fabrics and knitted ...
Angora Rabbits - British Pathé
Mrs Hare keeps Angora rabbits for their fur which she spins and knits into
Yarn and Fabric Production from Angora Rabbit Fiber and Its End ...
The soft feel and low shrink properties of Cotton and Angora rabbit fiber blended
knitted fabrics were found suitable for women's innerwear and children's wear.