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American Fleece is a type of structure that can be created in any composition. It is mostly used to create sweatshirts or hoodies.


Cashmere – or cashmere wool – is a type of high-quality natural fiber. Circular knitted fabrics in cashmere are considered a luxury item due to their particular characteristics.


Circular knitted fabrics are a product of the textile industry, created from a process that intertwines fibers with each other. Among many other characteristics, it is renowned for its breathability and flexibility.


Cotton is a type of natural fiber, extracted from the cotton plant and used for the creation of circular knitted fabrics.


Cupro is an artificial fiber created from wasted or unprocessed cotton. Therefore, its characteristics are very similar to cotton.


Ethylene is the main component of circular knitted fabrics made of polyester, one of the most used synthetic fibers in the world.


Giza is a type of Egyptian cotton, recognized worldwide for its premium characteristics.


GMO is the acronym for Genetically Modified Organisms. Being GMO-free means the product does not contain any GMOs.


GRS is the acronym for Global Recycled Standard, an internationally recognized certificate that guarantees the use of at least 20% recycled materials for the creation of products.


Hemp is a type of biodegradable natural fiber that allows the creation of circular knitted fabrics adaptable to a large number of possibilities.


Interlock is a structure, or a form of knitting, that gives circular knitted fabrics two inseparable layers, making them stronger, heavier, and more resistant.


ISO stands for International Organization for Standardization. ISO is responsible for developing and promoting international standards for many different types of products.


Jacquard is a technique in which the colors and patterns of the circular knitted fabrics are knitted directly, instead of going through printing or dyeing processes.


Jersey is a type of circular knitted fabric, used for the creation of many different pieces. It is known for its stretchability and softness, characteristics that depends on fiber choice and composition. It is widely used for underwear and bedding items.


Lurex is the company responsible for the invention of a synthetic fiber that simulates the appearance of all kinds of metallic threads, from aluminium to gold.


Merino Wool is a type of natural fiber used to create circular knitted fabrics with unique characteristics, made from the wool of the merino sheep.


Oeko-Tex® is the company responsible for issuing the international Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certificate which guarantees that appropriately certified products are safe for human health. This is one of the most recognized certificates in the textile industry.


Organic refers to the development of a certain product without the addition of any kind of chemical substances.


Piquet is a structure that is characterized by exhibiting geometric designs such as parallel lines, for example.


Polyamide is a synthetic fiber known worldwide for its elastic capacity.


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