Wool is one of the most traditional of clothing materials in the history of man. The first tricots, according to the history of costume, originated in Persia and the peoples who inhabited the North of the African continent. Since then, knit culture spread throughout the United Kingdom, where he became very popular among the fishermen of the 19th century. Want to know more about the types of wool and mesh point? The Dudalina blog explains.
The name refers to the region of Kashmir, India, but today the biggest herds of angora goats live in the mountains of China and Mongolia. Each animal produces from 75 to 90 grams of wool a year. Think a sweater takes on average 300 grams.This wool is a reference of sophistication, so worth the high investment.
The breed of sheep came from the Iberian Peninsula, and the long coat. The wires are 5 to 10 cm and make up a fine wool and soft, comparable to cashmere. The British took the animals to their colonies in Australia and New Zealand in the 19th century, and the price has become more accessible with the wide offer.
The llama and the camel are cousins of that animal, which lives in the mountains of Peru and northern Argentina. Here, the animal is known as vicuna. The hairs are more smooth and thick, resulting in a rustic and very resistant wool.
The synthetic wool doesn’t have the softness of natural yarns, but marked a revolution in the textile industry. The base is derived from petroleum, which makes it more durable than those of sheep. Other fibres, such as cotton and viscose, are added to the composition to improve the touch of fabric.
This spot is ideal for a half season, as it allows the passage of air. Interlacing more open gives more volume to the piece.
The term that has French origin means something like “curly”. It’s like a very soft carpet, seen normally in acrylic wool.
This point is one of the easiest to recognize for making parts well bulky. A clear example is the classic and traditional full-bodied English fabrics.
Values the body with the plot, which form parallel stripes. The meshes more adjusted dress very well.
The plot is delicate to the touch, because the points are very thin and closed. The cashmere enters this category warm.
In the collection of the 2013 men’s Dudalina London, there are several options of pullovers, cardigans and tricots at various points and raw materials. You can find Dudalina in cotton sweaters, cashmere, wool, merino wool and even silk. Here at Microedu you can get more different models and styles. How to braid the strands, the stocking and knitting shawl collar, which has thicker points and a special front and back worked. Much of the inner visor have pullovers in Oxford and velvet Ribbon at the foot of collar, which provides a finer finish and comfort on contact with the neck. The most important thing is that the Dudalina line tricots London 2013 are all made from natural fiber, and so sweat well providing comfort and lightness. Now that you know more about wool and points, which will be your bet for this winter?
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