Wool Finishing Processes | Flow Chart of Wool(Worsted and Woollen) Finishing

Wool Finishing Processes
The sequence of the treatments undergone by wool fibres in various forms (staple, sliver, yarn, woven and knitted fabric) varies according to the modification process of the fibre structure, according to the type of processing system used and according to the experience of the operator (these criteria are valid for all fibres).
Therefore the wool processing cycle can vary accordingly: an example is shown in the following. 

Worsted Cycle:

Flowchart of worsted wool finishing process


Woollen Cycle:

Flowchart of woollen wool finishing process


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