Faux fur fabric, or otherwise be called fake fur fabric, long pile fur, artificial fur, including some designated kinds like minky fur, cut loop fur. In general, all the knitted fabric with fur-like surface with its composition over 60% acrylic can be called faux fur fabric. I shall extinct the difference between "cut loop fur" and faux fur in the next article. The finishing technics for faux fur fabrics are limited becuase the faux fur fabrics mainly serves the purpose of replacement for real fur, the finishing technics includes tip dyed, tip dyed and printed, printed, jacquard. Now back to the purpose of faux fur, due to the restrictions of using real animal fur except for wool in most EU countries as well as other restrictions for real fur using in other countries, faux fur fabrics were created since the demand still exists. But since the fabric is entirely polyster and acrylic, absolutely no animals and wild lives were harmed during the production process, therefore, some accuzations from rednecks emails only shows their ignorance and nothing more.
As knitted fabric, whether the faux fur fabric has a smooth hand feeling or not is entirely depend on the raw material and fire-resistance. And because of the huge price range, sometimes the quotation could be awfully wrong is no original sample/swatches are provided, the prices we quoted on the pictures are not accurate let alone only the description.
The possible width for faux fur fabric is 1.5m to 1.8m, and the weight range is usually between 300-1400gsm. The special kind of fabric called minky fabric aka mongolian fur fabric, is often used as chair covers and rugs. The MOQ depend on the specific fabric.
And below are some representitive pictures just for your reference: