What is the difference between a Fibre and Fabric ?

Fabric is a finished product. It could be either knitted or woven. It is wearable.

Whereas, Fibre is a natural product, for eg. Cotton, wool etc. It is not wearable. We have to spun yarn and thread from fibers, which is further woven or knitted into a fabric.

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FIBRE IS A NATURAL PRODUCT THAT WE CONDUCT FROM THE PLANTS OR ANIMALS.

EG;-COTTON,JUTE,WOOL.

FABRIC IS MADE UP FROM SEVERAL FIBRESIT IS EVER KNITTED OR WOOVEN.

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yarn is made up of thinner strands called fibre but materials made up of long, strong thread called yarn.

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Fibers naturally occur in both plants and animals. More than half of the fibers produced are natural fibers. Natural fibers include cotton, hair, fur, silk, and wool. Other fibers are manufactured. There are two types of manufactured fibers: regenerated fibers and synthetic fibers. Regenerated fibers are made from natural materials by processing these materials to form a fiber structure. Also called cellulosics, regenerated fibers are derived from the cellulose in cotton and wood pulp. Rayon and acetate are two common regenerated fibers.
 
Synthetic fibers are made entirely from chemicals. Synthetic fibers are usually stronger than either natural or regenerated fibers. Synthetic fibers and the regenerated acetate fiber are thermoplastic; they are softened by heat. Therefore manufacturers can shape these fibers at high temperatures, adding such features as pleats and creases. Synthetic fibers will melt if touched with too hot an iron. The most widely used kinds of synthetic fibers are nylon (polyamide), polyester, acrylic, and olefin.
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Fabrics are made up of yarns and yarns are further made up of fibres. 
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Fibre: Fibre is a thin  hair like structure from which fabric is made up of.
Fabric:is a woven material made by two process called Weaving and knitting.
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