The wool fiber is stretched, parallelized and finally separated into unspun yarn called slubbing.
Twisting of the slubbing.
Two strands of yarn are parallelized together unto a bobbin.
The two parallelized yarns are twisted together into a single strand of yarn.
The yarn is coiled into hanks before dyeing.
The hanks are dyed.
When the yarn has been dyed and dried it is retracted back unto a bobbin.
The yarn that will be used for the warp is mounted on a large stand.
The yarn is then evenly distributed over a warp beam and then transfered unto a backbeam.
The backbeam is mounted on the loom and the warp yarn is threaded through the heddles.
There is a lot of preparation before the weaving can begin.
We have 35 looms operating in our factory.
The throws and blankets comes out as 60 meter long pieces.
The throws characteristic fringes are made in a special machine.
The throws and blankets are washed and felted.
The throws are simultaneously dried and fixed in the stenter.
When they come out of the stenter, the throws dimensions are fixed.
The throws and blankets are then moulted for a soft and comfortable touch.
The lengths of fabric is cut into individual throws and blankets.
Carelabels and labels are sewn in place and edges hemmed.
The finished products are inspected, trimmed and ironed.
Finally the finished products ar folded and packed for delivery.