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Natural fabrics history started over 3000 years ago when people made clothes from different sorts of fiber. Prehistoric men used animal fells and animal fibers as clothes but then they learned how to grow different plants and make fibers using them. These first vegetable fibers that they used, like linen, were pretty simple and easy to cultivate. Soon they learned to work with other plants suitable for making fabrics. Many years had passed before people began using animal fur fibers in fabrics and, of course, the most widely used material was wool (and still wool is a very popular and widely used material in fabric production).

Only at the end of the 19th century science produced a wonderful alternative to natural fibers. Lots of different synthetic fibers were discovered. Since then, the materials have been significantly improved and the world has seen new sorts of materials appearing. These days it is really hard to imagine our life without these synthetic materials but natural fibers are still in wide use retaining their privilege. Although synthetic fibers can boast some advantages, there are certain qualities of natural fibers that can not be provided by synthetics. Info source: www.syl.com

       
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more about ancient fabrics: iDesign / Keystones / Medieval Interiors

history of fabrics : www.syl.com , www.fabriclink.com

more links about fabrics : inventors.about.com

 

 

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