The single jersey is knitted with a row of needles. The stitches always knock off in the same direction over the thread inserted crosswise in the needle. This results in two different knitting patterns. On the one hand, a right side emerges, which can be recognized by wedge-shaped stitches running downwards. In addition, a left side is created, which is characterized by small mesh arches. The tension in the fabric caused by the deformation of the yarn during the embroidery process causes the loops to dissolve again. However, this is not possible due to the mutual entanglement. Since the tension hits one side, the fabric rolls on the right side in the longitudinal direction and on the left side in the transverse direction. However, this can be reduced or even completely eliminated by damping.
The interlock belongs to the double-sided bindings and is produced by means of two rows of needles. These two needle rows are exactly opposite each other. This creates two right sides and the fabric looks identical on both sides. The yarns are knotted together, which leads to the durability of the fabric.
The Wevenit represents a combination of ribbed right/right and backed left stitch rows. This creates a check pattern. The fabric is characterised by its dimensional stability with sufficient elasticity.
Velour is a fabric which is characterised by its roughened side. The warp velvet is the fabric with the shortest pile and is therefore the most robust of its kind. The roughened side is very hostile and pleasant to wear. The most famous velour is plush.
Self-made textil dolls give pleasure and already help the children in their early pedagogical development. However, the artistic dolls also embellish many living rooms.
The various nativity figures find a place in our society not only at Christmas time. The self-made figures are increasingly used to convey the biblical story and can present and tell the corresponding scenes in a variety of ways.
In the production of our quality materials we attach great importance to quality and longevity. Our knitted fabrics are therefore knitted with only the best yarns and when finishing and dyeing we pay strict attention to the ecological use of resources. All our suppliers and partners must therefore work in accordance with OekoTex Standard 100. Sustainability is important.