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Fulling involves taking a wool object such as a piece of fabric or a knitted hat, and shocking the fibers with temperature changes and agitation until the object shrinks and becomes denser. This makes it extremely unlikely to unravel and reasonably waterproof. Felting involves the same techniques, but starts with raw fiber and forms a fabric that has not been woven or otherwise shaped.