Different varieties of wool are given below:
New Zealand Wool:
“The term Semi-Worsted wool refers to a wool which has been produced by one of two methods,
1 - The very high grade wool is obtained after getting it by removing short and coarse fibres from low and medium quality wool.
2- The highest quality wool which is obtained from low grade wool after combing and then is blended with a medium grade wool”.
Qurk / Kork Wool:
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