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FELT is a part of 2009/2010 Weaves Collection
Aug '08
The IAFIL Autumn/Winter 2009/2010 collection epitomises luxury with the very highest quality yarns, the product of ongoing research in the quest for sophistication and the application of cutting edge technology in the enhancement of thread, for unique finishing and effects.

The emphasis is on lightness as an absolute plus, and the refinement of ultra delicate yarns for almost imperceptibly light fabrics. Heavy weight threads are also offered for divertissement such as patchwork and embroidery.

The collection:
It includes the highest quality cottons, 100% Peruvian Pima thread and the precious SUVIN in refined gauges up to the very finest. Linear and clean. Aerated and mercerised.
BIG, SUVIN, WHITE – guaranteed white in more gauges – the FINEST.

IAFIL BIO cottons and the brand new BIO FLAX, an organic linen. Skal and ICEA certified.

BIO FLAX, 100% organic linen, offered in a selection of 18 colours, all dyed by natural infusion with grass pigments, including the extraordinary natural indigo.

Alpaca: IRISH ALPACA and LOVE ALPACA are joined by BABY ALPACA, a 100% baby alpaca thread, count Nm 3/21x17. A thread that is almost a contradiction in terms, between the extreme fineness of the alpaca fibre and the final thread thickness: a cordonett thread for embroidery or patchwork. Soft, thick and highly refined.

And a fabric in the collection: FELT, made from alpaca and merino thread, for a felted wool effect. In FELT, offered for the first time as part of the weaves collection, IAFIL experiments with the superimposition of knitwear techniques to create a product which seems to all intents and purposes to be a woven fabric.

MOOD, 52% silk and 48% wool, is one of the novelties of the collection. A unique thread, which expresses luxury, comfort and lightness. It is a highly tactile thread, the finest silk woven with wool, for a product which evokes the feel and the transparency of the most precious fabrics.

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