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What Clothes Are Made Of

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What Clothes Are Made Of

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Bizvibe Blog (2019). Top 10 Largest Wool Producing Countries in the World. Bizvibe. https://blog.bizvibe.com/blog/textiles-and-garments/top-10-largest-wool-producing-countries.

Bucci, J. (2015). Fashion Archives: A Look at the History of Synthetic Fiber. Startup Fashion. https://startupfashion.com/fashion-archives-history-synthetic-fiber/

Dundas, S. (2019). Italian Sportswear Company Debuts Fibers From Tropical Tree As Eco-Friendly Down Alternative. Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/suziedundas/2019/02/22/sportswear-down-alternative-insulation-tropical-tree-alternative-materials-insulation/?sh=308ab61512dc

Fibre2Fashion (2007). Sasal Fibre: An Overview. Fibre2Fashion.com. https://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/2394/sisal-fibre-an-overview

The World Counts. (n.d.). It takes 10,000 liters of water to produce one kilogram of cotton. https://www.theworldcounts.com/challenges/consumption/clothing/cotton-farming-water-consumption/story.

Wenner, N (2020). Native Plants for Textiles: 3 Bast Fibers to Know Beyond Hemp and Flax. Fibershed. https://fibershed.org/2020/02/11/native-plants-for-textiles-3-bast-fibers-to-know-beyond-hemp-and-flax/

Zimniewska, M. (2014). Plant Fibres – Factsheet. Discover Natural Fibres Initiative. https://dnfi.org/abaca/plant-fibres-factsheet_1675/