- Mohair yarns & fabrics have an outstanding luster and shine.
- Mohair fabrics are wrinkle resistant.
- The mohair fiber has a high affinity for dyes.
- Mohair fabrics tend to be moisture resistant.
- Mohair fabrics are extremely flame retardant
Luxurious mohair, typically used in the fall and winter, is being redefined and revolutionized into finer gauge yarns for spring and summer. This translates into sensuous sheer knits, airy wovens as well as sleek, mohair and silk blended suiting fabrics. This realistic approach to a more urban environment is satisfied by consumers searching for “au natural” fabrics with super-synthetic blends.
The blending or otherwise combining super fine synthetic fibers (under 1 denier) with mohair to create the fine drapery fabrics that are currently in fashion.
The use of Lycra or other elastomeric fiber in conjunction with mohair yarns to create a fabric that moves with the body and adds a high level of comfort to garments that have a body hugging silhouette.
Specially developed yarns that are used specifically in sweater knits to bring out the crisp, brilliant characteristics of mohair with a clear finished surface.
Real Wrinkle Recovery
The new 3R’s of fabric development. Mohair has the natural property of being highly resilient & therefore lends itself to shedding wrinkles, when properly fabricated.
The new open lightweight construction recently developed in the woolen carded system to result in light airy, drapery fabrics for sportswear. (From Jackets to Coats)