Ability of a tissue to absorb a liquid.
Treatment that prevents uncontrolled shrinkage of knitwear.
Fabric with hollow weave ligament that creates an exceptionally elastic and solid appearance fabric. In the longitudinal grooving the ribs originate by float, that is, the weft thread is placed on several threads of the warp.
Treatment that prevents uncontrolled shrinkage of knitwear.
Process that provides the highest quality to cotton spinning
Own treatment of the fleece and brushed fabric, which minimizes the formation of the pellets of yarn or pilling that arise by the loosening of the fabric.
Bags and backpack grippers made of elastic and resistant textile fiber fabric.
Garment that keeps the body warm and dry during the practice of a sport.
Woven waistband made of knit to fit better the silhouette.
Fabric reinforcement that is placed on the seams to give them strength and durability, often used also for aesthetic purposes.
Closure or metal connecting element, processed to prevent oxidation in washes.
Simple type of fastener or union element that is used to hold two pieces (or two parts) of a textile garment.
Fitted cut with tweezers
Form that acquires a garment by foldings in the production, to adjust and to fit the body.
Sleeveless empire cut
Type of cut used on the upper part of the female body, which fits under the chest, enhancing it.
Semi fitted cut
Type of making that slightly adjusts a garment to the body.
5-threaded side seams
Safety-stitched seams, located on the sides of a garment.
Seamed side seams
Reinforced seams that join the side pieces of a garment
Silver injected zipper
Toothed mesh zip in plastic that joins two textile parts and is silver in colour.
Injected zipper to tone
Toothed mesh zipper in plastic that joins two textile parts and has the same color of these.
Flap of a garment, made of knitwear, as an ornament or coat of the neck.
Culotte designed to not wear underwear, improve perspiration and avoid chafing.
Synthetic fiber of great elasticity and resistance.
Non-toxic thermoplastic polymer material, used in creative leisure applications.
Unit for measuring thickness in very fine materials or fabrics.
Fabric that is characterized by its prints with geometric figures.
Type of sleeve that comes from neck line, covering the shoulder to the wrist.
Very fine synthetic fiber, composed mostly of polyester and polyamide, to make a nonwoven fabric.
Piece that closes, adorns or hides the top of a pocket or zipper.
Element or fabric that stretches.
Buttons, adjusters or handles eyelets.
Back of the neck part of a Polo shirt printed with the colors of the flag.
Unfinished Rib trimmed 2x1
Rib sewn so that its edge is left untreated or made.
Material in which the labels of the garments are usually made.
Top of a Polo shirt in which buttons and buttonholes are distributed.
High thermal insulation fabric that imitates, with synthetic materials, the woolen fabric.
Pique technical fabric
Special fabric for the sport, with small hollows that facilitate the corporal perspiration.
Fabric that facilitates the corporal perspiration, avoiding the soaking and allowing air drying.
Reinforced elastic finishing
Finishing of a garment with elastic material and some type of seam or reinforcement element.
Zipper handle that has a hole in its end.
Plastic or metal element for fastening cords or tapes.
Pieces of fabric that are sewn at the waist vertically to accommodate the belt and that it does not move relative to the trousers.
Bass with side adjusters
Bottom of a garment with adjustable elements to the sides, usually plastic or metal, that fit the garment.
Under elastic cord and stoppers
Bottom of a garment with elastic elements and thin rope with plastic or metal parts that make the stop and that fit the garment.
Bottom of a garment with some type of special cut.
Bottom of a garment with a slightly curved cut.
Triangular or square shaped scarf, which is tied around the head or neck for decorative or protective purposes.
Reflective band or printing
Security element that illuminates before any beam of light, becoming visible in the dark.
Opening of the sleeve where the hand comes out and the inner part closest to the wrist.
Pellets or pilling
Phenomenon that causes the formation of small knots or bobbles on the surface of the fabrics and which may detract from the aesthetic value of the garment.
Front pocket that has two side openings for the hands but inside is a single pocket.
Kangaroo style pocket
Pocket similar to the kangaroo pocket, arranged in a garment with front zip. Its interior is not communicated, being to all effects two independent pockets.
Pocket purely ornamental, no more useful than aesthetics.
Fabric-based pocket, usually open-stitch with breathable or aesthetic use.
Woven mesh pocket that allows inside visibility, very useful in backpacks or carrying bags.
Narrow plait bottoning
Top of shirts and polo shirts where buttons and buttonholes are distributed.
Design that adapts to the shape of the body without having to be adjusted and preventing the muscles from staying in tension.
Front pleated skirt with straps
Women's garment that covers the waist down, with several pleats in the front and side straps for a better fit.
Fabric subjected to a process that creates a padding pleasant to the touch and turns it into a thermal insulation.
100% chemical fibers, both in the synthesis of the raw material and manufacturing.
Rigid base that gives consistency and protection for the bottom of backpacks and bags.
Textile tape to adorn a garment or accessory.
Folding made by two parallel folds that come together, distributing the fabric on both side inside the garment.
Fluffy anatomical elements, inserted in a garment as element of security in blows and falls. They are usually used in work or sportswear.
Tight and elastic women trousers.
Design and creation system of a garment.
Dressmaking based on folds, for chest area for aesthetic purposes.
Small tweezers sewn on garments, usually in trousers, that allow a greater range of movement and comfort.
Sewing in a garment, just at the edge of the fabric.
Part of the sleeve that surrounds the wrist with a stretch knit fabric with stretch marks or lines.
1x1 ribbed cuffs with elastane
Part of the sleeve that surrounds the wrist with a knitted fabric of synthetic fiber or spandex that forms stretch marks, of great resistance and elasticity.
Double pique knit
Double-stitch knitted fabric for collecting and generating the effect of small holes. They are obtained through a selection of meshes and coats. Very used in sportswear.
Point where the structure of the right and the reverse are woven into a single bed, allowing good transverse elasticity.
Fractional fabric of twelve in twelve threads. It is characterized in that half of the raised threads of each section alternately change in each pass. It usually has a greater presence of synthetic fibers in its composition.
Fabric ornament that lies between the two layers of a visor.
Printing technique which, through a mesh, transfers the ink to the textile support.
Type of garment intended to act as a barrier against elements of bad weather.
Measure of sleeve from the upper part of the shoulder to the lower part of the armpit. According to the design, in a shirt corresponds to the seam between the fabric that makes the sleeve and the one that makes the trunk.
Mesh fabric, very breathable and comfortable, that is placed in pants to act as underpants. It is very common in sports pants.
Printing technique that uses heat to transfer the ink to the item to be marked.
System that regulates the circulation of liquids and gases through a moving part that partially obstructs holes or conduits.
Closing system formed by two tapes that allow the hold, creating a fast and simple fastening.