The worsted (also called woolen) wool used to make clothes is one of the most commonly used types of wool for knitted and unknitted garments, with a market value of up to $30 billion.
The wool has been in use for thousands of years, but the first documented use of the wool in Europe dates back to the 10th century, when it was used as a substitute for woolen cloth.
But in recent years, the market for worsted has boomed as an alternative to linen, and the new wool used for knitting has become the most widely used of the three kinds of wool.
The latest report from the Australian Wool Council (AWCC) is based on research from the US.
It looked at data from 2015, the year that wool sales hit a peak, and found that wool production increased by over 70 percent between 2015 and 2016.
That compares to a 10 percent growth rate in cotton and a 7 percent growth in linen.
The AWCC also looked at wool supply trends from 2016, and compared that to market trends for the last 12 years, and its research found that the average price per kilogram of worsted is up 9 percent in the last year, and 7 percent in three years.
The price for a kilogram is the price of the finished product.
The average price for wool in 2016 was $7.50 per 100 grams, compared to $6.15 for cotton and $6 for linen.
The AWCC says that this trend is partly driven by increasing demand for wool from the Middle East and South Asia, where prices for the material are higher.
“This rise in wool prices has been driven by increased demand from emerging economies and by increasing wool prices being higher in Australia,” the AWCC report said.
“This trend is expected to continue over the next two to three years.”
“In 2020, we expect to see an average increase of about 2 to 3 percent in wool and linen prices in Australia.
This trend will continue over time and we will see the price trend continue to accelerate in 2020.”
Wool production has been booming in Australia in recent decades, as people have become increasingly reliant on the commodity for clothes.
The country has exported over $4 billion worth of wool to overseas customers, and has also been hit hard by the global financial crisis, with the price index falling by 20 percent.
The latest study found that in 2015, more than 3 million people in Australia were working in wool production, with another 5 million working in other industries.
In 2016, the AWC said there were 2.4 million workers in wool, and in 2017, the figure was 2.1 million.
Wool can be a high-value commodity in Australia, and for many, it can mean a secure livelihood.
The report notes that while many Australian woolworkers have been unemployed for more than 10 years, most are not in full-time work.
In the past year, there has been a sharp rise in the number of Australian workers working in the wool industry, and that number is expected more than doubling in the next three years, according to the AWcc.
In the US, the biggest market for wool is the United States, which exported more than $50 billion worth in wool in the 2016-17 financial year, according a US Department of Agriculture (USDA) press release.
The US has a large wool industry and a growing demand for the yarn, particularly for clothing.
In addition, the industry has a lot of infrastructure built in Australia to support the industry.
The Wool Industry Commission, a national association of the industry, is responsible for overseeing the supply chain and has been working to boost the industry and provide training to workers.
The wool industry is growing in popularity, with more people moving to Australia to work in the industry than ever before.
In 2017, there were more than 4,000 Australian wool producers, up from about 3,500 in 2015.
Australia’s wool industry has grown significantly over the past decade.
The United States imported about a third of the total wool used in Australia between 2010 and 2015, and by 2020, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and India were the top three wool producers.
In 2018, Australia exported more wool to the United Nations than any other country, and a large part of that export was to the European Union, according the AWPC.
In a statement, AWCC chief executive officer David Hill said that the industry’s rise has been helped by an increase in the use of online trading platforms such as eBay, Amazon, and Snapdeal.
He said the trend towards the use and production of online marketplaces has made it easier for customers to compare prices and buy wool.
“The increase in online trade is allowing the Australian wool industry to compete with the UK’s market for the same yarns, which is creating a more efficient and cheaper way of processing wool,” Hill said.
“In the coming years, we will need to continue to invest in the production of our wool, as demand for it