Rabbit Fur

Silky, soft, warm and lightweight. Has become very inexpensive and a great cost effective way into a luxury clothing item without breaking the bank. Works well in both small and large panels, trim work, to entire pieces of clothing. Primarily a shorter hair length fur.

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Rex Rabbit Fur

Much light the rabbit fur characteristics above, but even softer, silkier and more dense. Resembles a short haired mink in terms of softness and texture. A step above in luxury compared to regular rabbit fur.

rex rabbit fur chart

Fox Fur

Fluffy, plush and full. A longer hair strand that is more "wispy" and fluff, this makes it more ideal for trim (neckline, collar or wrists) rather than large panels for jackets. A bit more rugged in texture compared to shorter hair rabbit fur, yet still soft to the touch.

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Coyote Fur

A more cost effective version of Fox fur, it resembles the same characteristics. Although not as "fluff and poof", the longer hairs tend to lay more flat making it great for trim and collar contrast on jackets and vests. Excellent natural brown and earthy colors.

coyote fur chart

Lamb Fur

Woolly, thick, heavy and warm. This versatile fur can be used for both large panels and trim contrasts. Its slightly curly hair stand makes this one unique. Want that vintage Mongolian look? This is your fur.

lamb fur chart

Raccoon Fur

Soft, dense with a good amount of loft to the strands. Medium warmth and weight, this ideally makes a good fur for contrast trim around neckline and wrists for those who want medium pile that isn't too long, nor short.

raccoon fur chart

Ostrich Fur

Fine strands, very lofty, and even more so wispy. A lot of movement when the wind hits it, tons of fluff and "poof". Very lightweight and medium pile, it's versatile to be used for both small trim work or large panels of clothing. This is the fur you want if you like a lot of loft and texture.

ostrich fur chart


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