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Fibers Information

  • Synthetic Fibers
    Synthetic fibers are manufactured instead of naturally produced. Find a list of some of the most popular fabrics with a description of each and more.
    www.fabric-types.com/synthetic-fabrics.htm
  • Fabric Types
    Fabrics are textiles that are used to make clothing and window coverings, furniture, towels, and more. Fabric can be made of natural fibers like cotton and wool or synthetic fibers such as polyester and acetate.
    www.fabric-types.com/
  • Cowboy Hat Construction
    Cowboy hats are made of fur felt, which is a fabric made from animal-fur fibers. Use this website to learn about the steps used to make cowboy hats.
    www.cowboyhats.us/construction.htm
  • Sisal Rugs and Sea Grass Rugs
    Sisal and sea grass are natural fibers that are gaining popularity as floor covering for their versatile and durable good looks. Learn more about them with this guide to sisal and sea grass rugs.
    www.floor-rugs.org/sisal-sea-grass.htm
  • Wicker Furniture
    Wicker furniture is constructed of hard woven plant fibers such as willow switches, rattan stalks, or straw reeds. Wicker furniture was popular in Victorian times and continues to hold nostalgic appeal.
    www.wickerfurniture.us/
  • Folded Oriental Rugs (Digital Image)
    A stack of colorful oriental rugs is piled on a floor rug showroom in Istanbul, Turkey. Handmade or manufactured, in muted colors or bright, floor rugs add to the decor and warmth of any room.
    www.floor-rugs.org/search.htm

Fibers Directory Page(s)

  • Fibers Page on Jumblex.org
    Visit this fibers category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
    http://en.jumblex.org/synthetic-fibers/

Fibers News

  • Is It Time To Revisit The Central Vac?
    Recent research shows that influenza viruses spread via respiratory particles and also can spread through the air on dust, fibers and other microscopic particles. Are you doing more harm than good by vacuuming?
    By Stacey Freed, Contributor.  Forbes.  Sun, 06 Sep 2020 10:00:00 -0400.
  • How bacteria adhere to fiber in the gut
    Researchers have revealed a new molecular mechanism by which bacteria adhere to cellulose fibers in the human gut. Thanks to two different binding modes, they can withstand the shear forces in the body.
    Science Daily.  Fri, 28 Aug 2020 11:53:57 EDT.
  • The Mathematics of a Well-Tied Knot
    Fibers that change color under pressure helped researchers predict knot performance
    Smithsonian.  Wed, 08 Jan 2020 21:42:33 +0000.

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