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Wool felt comes from sheep hair that is sheared once a year. The fleece is treated to become felt.
Mohair comes from the angora goat.
The shearing process on mohair farms takes place twice a year, in the spring and in the fall. The mohair production process then involves cleaning to the wool to get rid of any dirt, debris, and grease.
The fleece then is used to produce the felt.
Deadstock material from the 70’s with natural dyes
VELOUR RABBIT FELT
Rabbit felt is made by using the downy under-fur of the animal not the long, coarse hair that is commonly called fur. Only this under-fur has the barb-like projections on the surface of each fiber that will lock the fibers together to make a strong felt.The long hairs are pulled out or sheared off. The remaining under-fur is carefully treated to raise up the microscopic barbs for better felting.- Rabbit felt hats are superior in lightness of weight, mellowness to the touch, and ability to keep their shape and withstand weather and renovating.
SYNTHETIC CRINO deadstock hat material from the 60’s
All hats have a gros grain in 100% cotton for sweatband
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