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Designations and types of fabrics

When buying a fabric, we often see markings on tags or bars. We present you the characteristics of the fabrics.

Viscose fabric (viscoza) made of viscose fiber produced by chemical treatment of cellulose. Cellulose for the production of viscose fibers is obtained from purified wood pulp, typically from conifers, sometimes deciduous trees. Viscose fabric is a breathable fabric.

Marks and symbols:
VI < / span>: Viscoza - viscose


Silk fabrics are made of fibers of origin animal (protein) obtained from the cocoon of the mulberry silkworm or the oak silkworm. The most noble fabric of all types of fabrics. Airy, breathable, beautifully shimmering.

Marks and symbols:
SE < / span>: Seta - silk


Wool - natural fiber obtained from sheep, llamas, camels, goats, rabbits and others. Wool fiber has distinctive features (crimped, scaly, lanolin) that make it perfect for the production of high-quality textiles.

Marks and symbols:
WO / LW - sheep wool
WV - lamb's wool
WS - cashmere
WK - camel's wool
WM - mohair
WP - alpaca

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