Mohair is the long, silky hair of the Angora goat and is one of the most versatile textile fibres. Its characteristics are similar to wool, except that it does not have the scales that can irritate the skin.
Insulating capacity - mohair fibres do not conduct heat; like wool, mohair provides good insulation, even when wet.
Durability - mohair can be twisted and bent without damage to the fibre; it is the most durable animal fibre.
Comfort - the smooth fibres of mohair do not irritate the skin, even for people who are sensitive to wool.
Elasticity - mohair is very elastic; it can be stretched up to 30%, and will spring back to shape
Non-flammability - mohair will not burn unless it is exposed to a direct flame.
Masterweave Mohair Knee Rug
- Size: 130cm x 100cm