|Place of Origin:
|GuangDong Province Of China
|OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|flat pack in polybag then pack in carton
|1-2 weeks depends on order quantity
|T/T, MoneyGram, Western Union
|300000Yds Per Month (for general reference only) &
|Orange / Yellow/Light Blue Or Customized
|100meters/roll Or As Your Request
Multi Patterned woven cotton tape,
Multi Patterned cotton herringbone webbing tape,
Scalloped cotton herringbone webbing tape
|Fulffy acrylic wool lace trim
|Soft and Reliable:
|Made of quality, these lace trim are soft to touch, and reliable to use with fine craftsmanship, not easy to break or fade, the simple lace is elegant and classic, ideal supplies for various sewing purpose
|This delicate trim can be used for Bags decoration, Denim Jacket, Crafts, Womens Dresses, home decoration etc.
This design is available in three color options: Yellow, Orange and Light Blue.
HOW TO KNOW WOOL AND ACRYLIC FIBER:
Knowing whether yarn is wool or acrylic is very important. Some people are allergic to wool, while other people find woolen garments more comfortable to wear. In general, wool yarn is softer than acrylic yarn. Unfortunately, many acrylic yarns can be just as soft, so simply touching the yarn may not give you the best answer. Luckily, there are many other ways to test whether yarn is made from wool or acrylic.
Touch the yarn and feel how soft or coarse it is. Wool yarn tends to be much softer than acrylic yarn. Acrylic yarn tends to feel a little coarse. This is easier if you have another yarn that you know is wool or acrylic to use as comparison.
The touch test is not very reliable. Many acrylic yarns can feel soft and silky. A soft and silky texture can also indicate silk or rayon, instead of wool.
Look for a hairy texture. Acrylic yarn may feel rough, but it won't look hairy. Wool yarn may have some longer fibers sticking out of it. Keep in mind that acrylic-wool blends may also have some hairy fibers. Yarn made from other natural fibers may also have a hairy look to it.
Cut two pieces of yarn that are several inches long. Make sure that both pieces of yarn come from the same skein. In this method, you will be "felting" the yarn. If the yarn fuses together easily, it is made from wool. If it does not fuse together easily, it is made from acrylic.
Untwist the first few inches of each piece of yarn and separate the loose threads into two, even groups. Yarn is made by twisting thinner pieces of yarn together. In order to felt the yarn, you will need to untwist it. Gently roll the yarn back and forth between your fingers until the threads loosen, and pull them apart into two, even groups. For example, if the yarn has 6 threads, separate it into 2 groups of 3 threads. Do this for both pieces of yarn.
Shorten one set of threads on each piece of yarn. Each piece of yarn will have one long set of threads, and one short set of threads. You will be twisting the longer threads together to fuse the yarn together.
Overlap the long threads on both pieces of yarn until the short threads touch. Lay the two pieces of yarn down on the table so that frayed ends are facing each other. Move them towards each other until the long threads overlap and the short threads touch.
Dampen the long threads. You can do this simply by dipping them in water, or misting them lightly with a spray bottle. You can also lick them.
Rub and roll the overlapped long threads between your fingers until the yarn dries. As you roll, the long threads may come together. Don't worry if they don't come together easily or at all. This is part of the test!
Judge the results. If the two pieces have fused together easily, and are difficult to pull apart, the yarn is made from wool. If the two pieces did not fuse together easily, and they come apart, the yarn is acrylic.
At Webbing Products our customers are provided with their product in 100m rolls or in a layered box as standard depending on their requirements. The webbing is inspected, uniquely identified and packaged to ensure traceability and protection during storage.
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