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A washing process dating back to the Middle Ages applied to knitted wool to make a dense, durable and wind-resistant fabric. Boiled wool often has two-way stretch, and is soil resistant. Yarns can be made from boiled wool fiber. Boiled wool is often used in berets, scarves, vests, coats and jackets.