Mohair is the hair of Angora goats (mukhyar in Turkish, mohair in English).Gabardine was invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879.
People born in the 1970s and 1980s remember a "raschel blanket". The name comes from the raschel method of weaving: warp knitting, in which all the yarns are woven in circles and have no extended connection with each other. Due to the use of hundreds or thousands of warp yarn at the same time to participate in the weaving, the finished size stability is excellent, after the finished products almost no shedding phenomenon. Moreover, due to the uniform distribution between the yarns and the same feeding tension, the wool surface of the blanket is fluffy and the density of the wool is even. The blanket has moderate elasticity and a strong sense of standing wool. The size and wool will not change after washing.
Raschel was invented in 1859 by a German company and named Raschel after the famous French actress Rachel Felix (F. In fact, the raschel method can be used not only for blankets, but also for clothing fabrics, but because of the heavy materials woven in this way, it is commonly used for coats and jackets. The most common use of the lasher method is to weave lace, as well as auxiliary fabrics, such as nylon and polyester, to weave breathable fabrics for outdoor backpacks and sneakers.