Mohair fabric is made using the hair of Angora goats and is used to create coats, sweaters, socks, scarves and other knitwear. Mohair fabric is also used to produce carpets and rugs.
Young Angora goats produce the softest mohair fabric, so their hair is used to create yarn for clothing. Mature goats produce slightly coarser hair that is suitable for rugs and carpets. The texture of Mohair is similar to human hair, so Mohair fabric is commonly used in doll wigs. Mohair fabric is sometimes used as a substitute for fur in garments. It is also used to create suits, home furnishing items and craft yarns.