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What is "Angora Yarn" - Definition & Explanation

A soft yarn in which the constituent fibres are hair of angora rabbit or goat.
The hair of Angora rabbit or goat which is sort in nature.
Soft long hair of the Angora goat, often called Mohair. The goat is native to Anatolia in the Angora province of Turkey but is extensively raised today in Texas by western ranchers.Hair from the angora rabbit. Often blended and mixed with wool to lower the price of the finished article or to obtain fancy or novelty effects.

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