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Wool is a type of fabric derived from the hairs of various animals. While most people associate the word “wool” with sheep, there are, in fact, a variety of distinct types of wool that producers derive from animals other than sheep. To make wool, producers harvest the hairs of animals and spin them into yarn. It has always been one of the most expensive materials with exclusive properties. The luxury of wool is still perceived as the sign of high social status. Wool is renowned for its warmth and crease resistance, as well as moisture absorbing properties. Available in a range of weaves, designs and colours, wool fabrics are mostly used for overcoats, jackets, suits, and dresses and are also a popular choice for home textiles.