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How is a pile fabric produced?

How is a pile fabric produced?

Dear Lucinda
Pile is a fabric with tufts of fibre or loops of yarn projecting from the surface.

The most important classes of pile fabric are woven, in which case it has cut or uncut warp pile or cut weft pile, or knitted, in which case end of fibres may form the pile or the pile may consist of loops, or, tufted, which results in brushed, cut or uncut pile.

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