Fashions — paja

Materials for Hats

Wool are soft, curly fibers that are obtained mainly from domestic sheepskin and are used in the general manufacture of textiles. Wool differs from hair by the nature of the scales that form the outer surface of the fibers. The scales of the wool are abundant, very small and pointed and are fixed only by their lowering and snapped on. The number of flakes varies with the fineness and curl of the fiber. Another characteristic of wool is its lightness, its ability to absorb moisture and its insulating properties. The timeless Trilby hat made from wool.