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STOLL offers inspiration to non-knitting sector industries

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May '20
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Pic: STOLL
STOLL Italia offers inspiration to non-knitting sector industries and develops the latest trends in home textiles such as lampshades, carpets, curtains, room dividers, acoustic and decorative panels, pillows, chairs, and many other proposals producible with the STOLL flat knitting technique. The company is a pioneer in new and unusual knitting patterns.

The company’s impressive patterns and ideas are regularly presented at the most famous exhibitions in the world such as Pitti Filati and ITMA. The idea behind the development of these patterns was to give STOLL customers, as well as all the visitors at ITMA and Pitti Filati, a new direction for their products.

STOLL presents ideas for new product applications to offer interior designers and manufacturers a different point of view. The collection offers diverse knitted home textiles and accessories and accentuates the advantages of the flat-knitting technology, for example, no minimum orders, less yarn, and set-up time compared to a weaving loom, waste reduction, product customisation and 3D shaping. The samples are knitted with the ADF technology that offers a great variety of colour combinations.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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