Oldest form of fabric known to man, predates weaving and knitting.
Wool fibers or a blend of wool and other fibers are pressed together with steam and pressure to allow the fibers to naturally interlock.
This felting process produces a fabric that is slightly less durable than the woven felt but is less expensive and can be made thicker.
Parts will not fray and loose fibers are minimal.
Can achieve very high densities
Maximum thickness 2".
Typical uses include: