Properties of acrylic fibers and yarns:
Acrylic yarns are very light, warm and similar to cotton or wool.
Acrylic comes in several forms: colored or pigmented, acro (unwashed yolk or flax), natural, raw white, unpainted.
Acrylic yarns are highly pigmented and at the same time characterized by color stability. For this reason, it is more washable.
Acrylic yarns are hypoallergenic and have a soft feel. For this reason, it is used in the weaving of many fabrics, clothing, etc. Such as: socks, gloves, scarves, jackets, home decor, umbrellas (travel tent).
Acrylic fibers are much cheaper than natural fibers.
Acrylic is resistant to willow, oil, grease, chemicals and light.
If the acrylic thread is firm and thin, the only problem will be the fabrics produced with this thread
What is acrylic yarn?
Acrylic is a synthetic fiber made of a polyacrylonitrile polymer with an average molecular weight of 1900 monomers. A polymer containing at least 85% acrylonitrile is called an acrylic polymer. Acrylic is similar to wool but is nicer and less expensive.