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Stoll to debut new collection made from weave-in technique
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May '15
German knitting machine manufacturer H. Stoll GmbH & Co. KG is launching a capsule collection, ‘Woven Stitches’ developed from a new technique, Stoll-weave-in.

According to a Stoll press release, Stoll-weave-in stands for a technique where floats can be interlaced into knits in a weft direction and the outcome is a loom-like knit with loom-like properties.

“This technique is knitted on the new CMS ADF 32 W, which is equipped with a weave-in device and 32 autarkic yarn carriers,” it added.

“Using special yarn carriers, weft yarns for coarse gauges can be woven into a fine gauge single jersey layer bringing out amazing coarse and fine weave-in effects,” Stoll explained by saying.

H. Stoll GmbH was established in 1873 and currently has about 600 employees worldwide with flat knitting machines and patterning software being the focus for Stoll.

In addition to traditional knitting, Stoll machines also enable the production of fabrics for modern, technical and medical applications.

Stoll delivers machines to over 70 countries and offers a complete customer service solution with affiliated companies, sales and marketing centers along with many subsidiaries.

Stoll’s innovative technical developments and modern production capabilities are important factors to enable many knitting trends, which are then showcased in Stoll’s own capsule collection. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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