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There are two ways to hand felt wool: the dry process and the wet process. The dry process uses thin needles pushed through the wool in order to combine the fibers. The wet process utilizes hot water. More »

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To felt wool, use100 percent wool material, wash it using detergent and hot water in a washer till it becomes thick and full, and take the fuzz balls off it. Dry the material thoroughly, and use it as desired. More »

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Wool fibers have microscopic scales that when agitated and then exposed to water and heat tend to stick together causing the shrinkage. The edges of the scales in wool fiber interlock during the washing process, which pr... More »

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It is okay to iron felt lightly. The iron should be preheated to its low or wool setting first. More »

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A Sherlock coat is a long, slender-cut pea coat or cape coat made of wool or tweed. Specifically, in the 2010 BBC drama "Sherlock," Benedict Cumberbatch wore a Belstaff "Milford" coat. More »

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A pea coat refers to a heavy double-breasted outer coat, usually made from thick wool, which uses two rows of large buttons as closures. Those issued by the U.S. Navy used buttons with an anchor emblem. More »

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