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What’s the Racoon Fiber ? Racoon Yarn

What’s the Racoon Fiber ? Racoon Yarn
Racoon Fiber is a new kind of special animal fiber, whose fabric feels soft . What is more,the fabric is made of racoon fiber with the appearance of long and full velvet . It has become one of the most popular material in domestic high-grade consumers.

Racoon yarn is a new type of yarn developed in textile industry, of which the characteristic is warmer and lighter than any other common fiber.

Racoon Fiber

Racoon fabric, with the appearance of full and soft velvet, is similar to fur coat, which brings people a high-end sense of nobility. By changing the process in spinning process, the effect of the finished fabric is completely different. The RACCOON yarn ( NM2/20 100% Racoon), for example, with soft handle and full velvet, by changing its fiber morphology it achieves the effect of long velvet.

The racoon fabric has plump and exquisite hairness, which results in its luxurious furs style.

What is raccoon yarn?


When concerning a new type yarn raccoon yarn, it maybe not as well-known as cashmere but it’s also a kind of luxury textile material. So what is raccoon yarn? Before we learn about this kind of yarn, let’s talk about raccoon first.

The raccoon, also can be spelled racoon, is the largest of the procyonid family; having a body length of 40 to 70 cm and a body weight of 3.5 to 9 kg. Its grayish coat mostly consists of dense underfur which insulates it against cold weather. The fur of raccoons is used for clothing, especially for coats and coonskin caps.

At present, it is the material used for the inaccurately named “sealskin” cap worn by the Royal Fusiliers of Great Britain. Historically, Native American tribes not only used the fur for winter clothing, but also used the tails for ornament.

The fiber of raccoon is soft, lightsome and comfortable. And raccoon yarn is also a naturally perfect textile yarn for knitting items like sweaters; coats, hats, etc. Raccoon products are favored by many ladies; it has fabulous touch and feeling to be wore and it’s also luxurious but more cost-efficient than cashmere.

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