Viscose is made out of cellulose from eucalyptus, pine, bamboo and beech wood. To produce fibers, the pulp is fluidized. At this process matting agents or dyes may be added. After venting and filtering the obtained dope is converted into staple fiber.
Viscose has a very similar composition to cotton. It is soft, retains moisture and can be dyed and printed well. Textiles out of viscose have a lower strength than cotton and it creases because of its low elasticity.
Fabric House offers a wide range of viscose in pure quality and as mixtures in various weights, colors and prints.