From waste to new jersey
Scraps left over from textile mills are collected and sorted by material and color.
The materials of each color are ground to a texture similar to wool. This material is called "flock".
To achieve a specific color, several colors are mixed together like a painter's palette.
We mix the different fibers to obtain the colors and thus avoid the dyeing process, which is very polluting.
The mixture of shredded fibers is put into the spinning machine that will turn it into a roving.
The wick lacks resistance. To give it, twisting must be applied to turn it into thread and then fuse it.
The yarn is knitted on the knitting machine according to the colors and patterns of the relevant design.
The fabric is made by hand to obtain the finished garment.