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Kristy Davies

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Textile materials: Fibre to fabric

Fibres: are the raw material used to make textile items. They are hair-like and grown or produced in various lengths. Fibres are obtained from various sources and, as a result, are made in different ways. This means they look different and have a range of properties. Some are fine, strong, long, and lustrous. Others are short, weak and soft. Fibres may be grouped or classified in the following way by looking at their sources.

9th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, STEAM
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