After spinning, a cloth is woven on a loom to form a twill fabric. This cloth is then rolled using thermomechanical process. This means that the material is treated with friction and high temperature for hours (up to 10 hours). The special thing about fleece fabric is that the resulting bolt is then napped. During this process, the cloth runs over a roller with thousands of small barbs, these pull fibers out of the material to make the surface pleasantly fluffy and increase the volume of the cloth for better insulation.
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