It is with the aim of transparency that we have been working for months to set up traceability associated with our products.
We can now share with you manufacturing behind the scenes of your household linen to encourage consumption and production methods more responsible.
IN FULL TRANSPARENCY
What is traceability ?
Traceability aims are to offer the consumer a
discovery of production origins
of our products.
Thanks to a QR code, you will have access
in all of the
Creation cycle of the scanned product.
Where does the raw material from your household linen come from?
Where was it made?
You now have the answer to your questions.
IN THE BACKSTAGE
It is in our style office, located in the heart of the Roannais and Lyonnais textile basins, that our stylists-graphists imagine and draw the white square collections. Choice of raw materials, selection of suppliers and certifications: our products are designed and made to meet the brand's quality and know-how requirement.
Confection is the step that makes it possible to assemble the tissues and make the finishes of the product. It is also designated by the term “made in”.
The dye is an operation which consists in plunging the fabric into a tank to color the whole of a fabric in a uniform manner.
After weaving, the ennoblement aims to embellish and bring new properties to the fabric by modifying its touch, its appearance or its performance.
This step will give value to the product either on the decorative or technical level. For example: the work of printed or embroidered patterns that decorate the products or a specific washing that brings softness and comfort, or even the Sanforisage to bring dimensional stability etc ...
Knitting is the manufacturing process of the mesh from the wires. It consists of the intertwining of wire loops.
Weaving is the fabric manufacturing process from the wires. It consists of the perpendicular sons of threads. The sponge fabric uses 2 chain wires and 1 frame wire. The tension of one of the chain threads is lower thus forming the loop with each passage of the frame wire.
This step allows you to pass raw materials to the creation of the wire. For example, the right -handed cotton must be cleaned and combed to align the fibers, which make it possible to gather several filaments in a wick. This will be rolled in thread by torsion, then the wire itself will be wrapped on a coil, to start the weaving step, knitting.
The first element of a fabric is fiber. There are natural fibers of plant (cotton, linen) or animal (silk, wool), synthetic (polyester) fibers and artificial fibers (bamboo viscose). All these materials each have different properties to meet different expectations, desires and uses of the consumer.