The world of textiles

Il mondo del tessile

The intention of this report is to offer an insight into the interesting modern panorama of textiles offering the opportunity to find out more about the areas of main interest via the various links.  Fabrics are made by combining three elements, regardless of their composition, or their end use:  yarns  weaving  finishing processes YARNS can Read more about The world of textiles[…]

Knitted fabric


We should start by explaining what “KNITTED FABRIC” is and what are its main features. Knitted fabric is made by taking a section of yarn and folding it over to form a loop during the fabric manufacturing process.There are two main types of knitting machines: Weft knitting machines Warp knitting machines Both systems use needles Read more about Knitted fabric[…]

Rugs and Carpet

Tappeti moquette

Flatweave rugs  Flatweave rugs have a woven canvas (1/1) backing  and are generally made by hand. Pile rugs In addition to the traditional fabric backing with warp and weft – they are also made using a mechanical system to insert the yarn that forms the upper surface of the pile. There are also rugs whose pile Read more about Rugs and Carpet[…]

Nonwoven fabric

Tessuto non tessuto

“Nonwoven fabrics” are described as: a flat structure made entirely or substantially out of fibres arranged irregularly or in a specific pattern, that are connected to each another by being mechanically (tied) or chemically (glued) bonded together.   Nonwoven fabrics are measured in terms of their density/cm2-inch2. They are made by depositing the loose fibres Read more about Nonwoven fabric[…]



Finishing is a series of steps that result in the ENNOBLING of a fabric, integrated into the production process depending on the type of item that you need to produce. ENNOBLING   The various processes are carried out in sequence and range from scouring to a thorough final control and packing. All the various stages, especially the Read more about Finishing[…]