@Carnee, I don't know if this will help but it good info taken from the glossary
Billiard Table Felt
Generally, billiard table felt is a 75% wool - 25% cotton blend and is extremely fine to allow maximum and natural ball movement. Billiard table felt can be expensive to replace especially where the installation should always be done by a professional. When buying a new billiard table you'll need not worry about the billiard table felt replacement for some time. On the other hand, if you have even the smallest scratches or rips in the billiard table felt, your game will be greatly affected and the balls will not play as expected. If this is the case, there are several things that you should keep in mind:
Billiards table felt for a 7' table will generally cost you under $100 to purchase. Most retailers offer you a range of about 10 to 15 different colors. These colors generally range from a standard green or maroon to a less standard electric blue.
Older billiard tables used glues in the construction process to fasten the felt on the outer 6 inches. If this is the case, you'll want to continue with this method, and obtain a bottle of adhesive. Some have recommended 3M Super 77 Adhesive for this, since it has been proven to hold the billiard table felt in its proper place at all times. It is also available for under $20.
The brand "Sterling" has been well known for making high quality pool table felt. Their Billiard table felt has generally the highest thread count available, but will run you from $180 to upwards or $250 or more.
You can also find customized billiard table felt. These vary in selection from retailer to retailer, and often have logos, or other prints embedded directly in the felt. Some use dyes to achieve the image, which is usually the best method since it does not affect consistency.