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new wool

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(Textiles) wool that is being processed or woven for the first time. Usual US term: virgin wool
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Try this M&S Collection luxury pure new wool blazer, PS149, at Marks and Spencer for a similar look.
This one is a 'Grey Pure New Wool Throw' from NEXT at a cost of PS50.
The Harris Tweed Authority is the brand regulator for Harris Tweed, which is defined as being 100 per cent pure new wool, dyed, spun, hand-woven at the home of the weaver and finished in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
At the Fabrics & Yarn zone, The Woolmark Company is featuring its new Wool Denim, which apart from being anti-odour, also provides better warmth retention than normal denim and is machine-washable.
FisheWear's Kickstarter campaign was centered on FisheWear's new wool line, which includes a pullover wool top, skirted wool leggings, and a wool tube, which is worn around the neck.
Tenders are invited for NCTPS 1 M II Circle ICHS Dn Replacement of damaged insulation with new wool and providing new GI sheet over the steam oil pipe line to boiler and recirculation oil line of unit I II and III.
I must admit I was a little sceptical as a friend bleated on and on about how wonderful her new wool duvet was so I rang the Gwynedd-based company for a few more details.
The VNE6 multi-layer stenter is especially designed for all woven fabrics made of wool, cashmere, pure new wool, alpaca etc.
And they must face an unending parade of challenges: Many of the animals resist change, capital is difficult to acquire and performance difficult to measure, conglomerates are pressing the animals to sell out, initial estimates of necessary resources are too small and initial estimates of the time required to launch the project too optimistic, the market for the luxury product operates differently from the market for their established sheep's wool products, and their existing equipment is incompatible with the new wool.
HIGH clearance rates at the British Wool Marketing Board's (BWMB) wool auctions in the first half of 2013 means the organisation is heading into the new wool season in a strong position, according to chief executive Ian Hartley.
It belongs to the company's new wool collection, Bellingham.