Cotton, Wool, Flax, Jute and coir are examples of natural fibres.
Fibres are thread-like structures, which are long, thin and flexible strands. The two main sources of Fibres and plants and animals.Fibers produced from plants and animals are called natural fibers. The natural fibers obtained from plants is cotton, Coir, Flax, Jute, Ramie, etc. The natural fibres obtained from animals include Alpaca, Cashmere,silk,wool, etc.
The natural fibres are hair-like raw material, which are directly obtained from an animal, plants and also from the mineral source. The obtained raw materials are converted into yarn and fabrics are produced.The use of natural fibres for textile materials began before recorded history and was first originated in Southeast Asia.
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