Engineering new fur designs requires strict attention to multiple factors.
Unlike typical textiles based on warp and weft of weave, additional elements must be taken into account to maximize the complex construction of high pile fabrics. it can be hard to tell by mere look or touch. Achieving the desired beauty in the finished 62" wide fur is based on numerous elements from start to finish.
（1）Quality of raw material- monacrylic, acrylic and polyester （2）Ratio and blend of raw material components for both backing cloth and fibers (hairs)
（3）Hair length, thickness and weight
（4） Color of fiber and print effect of hairs- tip or gradient print
（5） Color, print or jacquard weave of base fabric
（6）Composition of base fabric-polyester knit, cotton or cotton-blend sheeting
（7）Cutting of "pelts" at varying depths and gaps
（8） Shaving, brushing, buffing and other chemical post-production treatments. Some processes are closely-held trade secrets
（9）Put up (yards per roll) and superior packaging in reinforced cardboard cartons