What are the main types of wool blended fabrics

Update: 25-08-2021
Abst: Wool blended fabrics are fabrics made by blending cashmere, polyester, spandex, rabbit hair and other fibers with wool.Main speciesRabbit furGenerally...
Wool blended fabrics are fabrics made by blending cashmere, polyester, spandex, rabbit hair and other fibers with wool.
Main species
Rabbit fur
Generally, it is made of a certain proportion of rabbit hair and wool blended fabric. The characteristics of rabbit sweaters are fine fibers, slippery hand feel, fluffy surface, soft color, good fluffy, comfortable and chic wearing, and the surface fluff is easy to fall off during wearing, and it keeps warm. It is better than wool clothing; if the sweater is made first and then dyed (that is, the process of weaving and then dyeing) is used, it can make the color more pure, gorgeous and unique, and is especially suitable for making young women's outerwear.
Chemical fiber
The common feature of clothing is lightness. For example, acrylic shirts are generally woven with acrylic bulked yarns. They have a strong hair style, bright color, light and soft texture, and have a moisture regain of only 0-4.5%. The fiber breaking strength is higher than that of wool fiber and will not be eaten by insects. Its elastic recovery rate is lower than that of wool, and its warmth retention is not as good as pure woolen sweaters. The price is cheap, but it is easy to pilling and is suitable for children's clothing. Recently, on the international market, the rabbit-like wool yarn blended with acrylic and nylon, and the denatured acrylic-like mohair yarn, the finished shirt can be comparable to natural rabbit hair and mohair clothing.
Wool blended with animal hair and chemical fiber
With the "complementary characteristics" of various animal hair and chemical fibers, its appearance has a hairy feel, its tensile strength has been improved, and the cost of sweaters has been reduced. It is a high-quality and inexpensive product. However, in blended sweaters, there is the problem of unsatisfactory dyeing effects due to the different dyeing and color absorption capabilities of different types of fibers.