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|Technics::||Knitted||Features::||Healthy Dyeing, Environmental, Soft, No Shedding|
faux fur craft fabric,
fluffy faux fur fabric
Turquoise Faux Fur Craft Squares, Turquoise Fur Fabric, Turquoise Faux Fur Fabric, Turquoise Fur, Light Blue Fur, Fake Fur, Turquoise Fur
Wholesale Faux fur Fabrics, Animal Print, made in china
Exotic, Shaggy, Mongolian, Sheepskin, Bearskins, Wolf, Fox, Raccoon
Chinchilla, Cow Hide, Camel, Mink, Acrylics and Polyesters, Leopard, etc...
More than 3000 Designs, 100 % Animal Friendly.
USES: Perfect for blanket, home textile, car cover, jacket hoodies, warm bedspreads, jacket linings, hats, costumes, Beanies, shawl, scarf, spirit hoods, fluffies, leg warmers, plushies, photography props and much more.
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Fake fur, also called faux fur, is known as pile fabric, which is engineered to have the appearance and warmth of animal fur.
It was first introduced on the market in 1929. These early attempts at imitation fur were made using hair from the alpaca, a South American mammal. In the 1940s, the quality of fake furs was vastly improved by advances in textile manufacture technology. However, the true modern fake furs were not developed until the mid 1950s, with the introduction of acrylic polymers as replacements for alpaca hair.
However, its increasing popularity has been credited to its promotion by animal rights and animal welfare organizations which claim that it is an animal-friendly alternative to traditional fur clothing.
Fake fur is used for all purposes where otherwise real fur (of animal origin) would be used, but also for stuffed animals, fashion accessory and home decorations like pillows, bedding and throws.
It is also sometimes used for craft projects because it can be sewn on a sewing machine. Real fur is generally thicker and requires a special machine, hand sewing or an awl to sew it. Lately, fake fur has been increasingly used in the mainstream teen fashion, for example the stores Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle use it for trapper hats and jackets.
In the Soviet, and now Russian Army, fish fur is used as a slang term for the fake fur used on winter clothing and the ubiquitous ushanka hats.
Similarly, fashion design labels such as Ralph Lauren and Chanel have promoted the use of fake fur in their collections.
|Product Name||wholesale Turquoise Faux Fur Craft Squares, Turquoise Fur Fabric, Turquoise Faux Fur Fabric, Turquoise Fur, Light Blue fur|
|Width||58inch to 60inch|
|Pile height||75mm. can be done the longest pile: 120mm|
|Color||Turquoise or customized color|
|Package||rolls package , quantity per roll: aproximate 30m/roll to 40m/roll inner: transparent plastic bag , outer: woven poly bag|
|Sample time||7 days|
|Delivery time||18-20days after sample confirmed|
|Characteristics||warm,soft ,health dyeing and smooth, not shedding off|
|Usage||adult dress, garment, kid's ware, doll, and also fit for making blankets, mats, gloves, hats,home textiles etc.|
|Payment term||L/C at sight or TT(30% deposite,70% paid against the copy of B/L),western Union,cash|
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We can offer series of faux fur fabric according to customers' requirements with different color and styles.
Fur is one of the oldest known forms of clothing, and has been worn by men and women for a variety of reasons throughout history.
While quite desirable, real fur had the disadvantage of being expensive and in short supply. For this reason, fake furs were introduced on the market in 1929. These early attempts at imitation fur were made using hair from the alpaca, a South American mammal.
From a fashion standpoint, they were of low quality, typically colored gray or tan, and could not compare to exquisite furs like mink or beaver. But the fabric was inexpensive and warm, so manufacturers continued to develop improved versions of the fake fur, trying to give it a denser look, better abrasion resistance, and more interesting colors.
In the 1940s, the quality of fake furs was vastly improved by advances in textile manufacture technology. However, the true modern fake furs were not developed until the mid 1950s, with the introduction of acrylic polymers as replacements for alpaca hair.
These polymers were particularly important because they could provide the bulk required to imitate real fur without the weight associated with other fake fur fabrics.
They were also easier to color and texture than alpaca fibers. Later in the decade, polymer producers found that acrylic polymers could be made even more fur-like and fire resistant by mixing them with other polymers.
These new fabrics, called modacrylics, are now the primary polymer used in fake fur manufacture.
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