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Wool & Other Fiber Production Processes

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Which process removes the wool from the sheep?

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1. Which process brushes the wool after it has been removed from the sheep?

2. Which fabric is warm, durable and wrinkle resistant?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

There are many processes involved in the production of wool and other fibers, and the questions on this quiz/worksheet will assess your understanding of them.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessments will test you on the following:

  • Process that removes the wool from the sheep
  • Type of fabric that is warm, durable, and wrinkle resistant
  • Machines and services of the fiber mill
  • Process of twisting fibers into a single thread
  • Process that brushes the wool after it's been taken from the sheep

Skills Covered

  • Reading comprehension - confirm that you understand the most important information from the lesson about wool production
  • Information recall- unlock the information you've received about the characteristics of different types of fabric
  • Knowledge application - utilize your understanding to respond to questions about production processes

Additional Learning

To find out more about the processes of production for wool and other fibers, review the corresponding lesson called Wool & Other Fiber Production Processes. The lesson completes these objectives:

  • Explains that some family farms use scissors for their lambs
  • Describes the appearance of a hand carder
  • Details the job of a drawframe to ensure all fibers are the same length
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