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Types of Fur
Types of Fur

What lady does not dream of having a lot of fur, different in colour and style, purpose and quality, so necessary for different occasions. A fur coat made of one-piece fur of mink or Arctic fox can please us only a couple of months in a year, and we always want to look stylish and royal. And the solution was found - knitted products with fur opened up new opportunities who to stand out. There are light products made of mink fur, fox, New Zealand sheep, rabbit, which look appropriate for the autumn and spring seasons. A knitted product with rabbit fur is suitable for wonderful weather in April. And one more undoubted advantage of a fur product is much cheaper than a solid piece of fur.

To make knitted products with fur has to be done by pulling a tape through the cells of the pre – knitted mesh. We suggest you use the second method when using our products.

Short description

Rabbit Fur - high-quality, fluffy rabbit fur with a fairly dense and soft base, dyed in monochrome and multicolour colours (imitation fur chinchilla, red fox with white and black tan). Fur is spread on strips 0.4 cm wide, sewn together.

We recommend to use for products, and also to combine with knitted products as an ornament.

Mink Fur - a mink of high quality is used. The width of the strip is 1 cm., the edges are sewn together.

We recommend to use for products fully made of fluff, and also to combine with knitted products as decoration.

The New Zealand sheep's Fur is a high-quality fur, cut into strips 1 cm wide, the length of the curly and long hair is 10 cm.

We recommend to use it for products, and also to combine with knitted products as decoration in making of collars, stoles, vests, bags, coats.

Fox Fur - a diversely coloured fox fur, cut into strips 4 cm wide and 70 cm long. The band along base is strengthened with a corsage tape.

We recommend to use on collars, edges, inserts in knitted products (especially fashionable vests now).

To make the product you will need a grid-base, which is easy to crochet. Just mind the side of the cell and the width of the stripe so it can fit.

Our recommendations - a rabbit fur garment looks much more interesting if you remove 1-2 mm of the top edge of the fur with a dog clipper.

We used thin ribbons (twill-type), 0.4-0.5 cm wide, to make a scoop of New Zealand sheep's fur. We made a base according to size needed and placed stripes at distance of 2.5 cm from each other. The fur is set across at a distance of 1.5 cm from each other. To make the product wearable in two sides, turn the product to the other side and thread it across the fur band into the already formed cell in the middle. The edges were fixed with a thread.