Fabrics for bookbinding, luxury packaging and decoration.
Bookcloth, cotton, satin, moiré, linen, silk and personalized fabrics.
Book cloths are made of dyed cotton, cotton-linen mixtures or rayon-viscosa fabrics. They can be printed with blind or hot foil embossing and screen printing.
Felt is a non-woven fabric. By using needles or water, the textile fibers are joined together and are difficult to separate. There is natural and synthetic felt. It is stretchy, pressure and moisture resistant and protects against heat and cold.
Flannel is a woven fabric that is mostly made of wool or cotton. The process of roughening makes the fabric soft, light and at the same time resistant.
Gauze is a thin fabric with meshes that look like a net. It is mostly used as a base material for embroideries.
Jacquard is a type of binding for fabrics that allows a big variety of continuous patterns. Various fabrics such as silk, viscose, cotton or synthetic fabrics are woven in this technique.
Jeans is a resistant blue cotton fabric.
Linen is the fiber from the flax plant. It is tearproof and dirt resistant.
Loden is a fabric made from uncombed wool or from a mixture of wool. It is waterproof and durable. This excellent material is used for smartphone or tablet cases.
Consists of 95% cotton and 5% metal coating.
Moiré is a fabric with a grain made of silk, viscose or synthetic fibers. The moiré effect is created by using two layers of fabric in different brightnesses one above the other.
A variety of the linen binding is the rips binding. The fabric is robust, the optic distinctive. It is particularly tear resistant due to its firm structure. It can be made of natural or synthetic fibers.
Satin is a fabric known for its shiny surface while the fabric base is dull. The satin look comes from the satin weaving. Depending on the light and the fibers used i.e. silk, cotton, viscose or polyester the fabric gets a beautiful glossy shine on the upper side.
Silk is a fine animal fiber that is extracted from the cocoons of the silkworm. It is the only endless fiber existing in nature. Silk fabrics are chiffon, satin, atlas, taffeta, organza, georgette and brocade. Silk is shiny and the colors are brilliant.
Velvet is a woven fabric which was originally made out of silk. Nowadays, velvet is mostly made of cotton or it is produced chemically. The touch of velvet is gentle and heavy at the same time.