Twill, Satin, Panama & Jacquard; discover the magic of weaving techniques.

We will delve into the art of weaving techniques, where craftsmanship and creativity come together to create beautiful fabrics.

Twill Weave: A Sustainable Connection

Twill weave is a sophisticated weaving technique in which the threads run diagonally across each other. You can recognize the fabric by a diagonal line, resulting in, among other things, a distinctive herringbone pattern. In addition to its stylish appearance, twill weave is known for its durability and strength. Often used for jeans and jackets, this technique imparts a unique character to garments that withstand the test of time.


Satijn: De Zijdezachte Luxe
Satijn is een weeftechniek die beroemd is om zijn gladde, glanzende oppervlak. Door een ingenieuze ‘float’ techniek, waarbij de inslagdraad over meerdere kettingdraden gaat, ontstaat er een weelderig, zijdeachtig gevoel. Satijn straalt luxe uit en wordt vaak gebruikt voor beddengoed, avondjurken en andere elegante stoffen.


Plain Weave: Classic and Versatile

Plain weave, one of the most common weaving techniques, is characterized by straight, overlapping threads. This simple, regular pattern makes plain weave extremely versatile and suitable for various fabrics, from cotton to wool. This weaving technique is used for many everyday fabrics, such as cotton weaves for shirts and sheets.


Panama Weave: Complex Pattern, Beautiful Fabrics

Panama weave distinguishes itself by a complex pattern with alternating weft and warp threads. This creates fabrics with a decorative appearance and is often used for luxury upholstery and decorative fabrics.


Jacquard Fabric: Intricate Patterns, Luxurious Fabrics

Jacquard fabric is known for its intricate and detailed patterns. This is achieved using a Jacquard loom and results in luxurious fabrics often used for decorative purposes and high-quality garments. Jacquard fabrics involve the use of dyed yarns.

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