Fine-Wool (Kork)

This is composed of fine and delicae piles grown on sections of the goat’s body like neck and belly, which are very smooth and fine and following spinning processes they are usually used for weaving fine, high quality clothes. Generally however, the Merinus sheep wool due to its softness and delicacy and camel wool too are also called fine wool (kork). Also the wool sheared from underarm or over the breast of sheep is known as fine wool (kork) employed in carpet-weaving for pile and weaving fine-textured carpets. Carpet produced of fine wool (kork) is very delicate and soft and is more valuable than other types of carpet.A type of grading similar to that used for wool is used for fine wool (kork) which are 41-fold; 48-fold; 28 fold and two-folds.