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    1. Raw Materials

    Micronage, ondulation, length...
    A careful and knowledgeable selection of the best raw materials sourced world wide is the fist step to obtain top quality and unique fabrics.

    2. Carding

    The wool is carded to obtain a thin and uniform sheet. First fibers are mixed and disposed in soft layers, then rolled on clylinders, ready for the next phase.

    3. Spinning

    The cylinders are spinned to obtain the double offect of lenghtening and twisting the fibers with the desired thickness. The thread is then rolled on strongholds and ready for warping.

    4. Warping

    Here strongholds with different thread thickness, eventual designs and various layouts will determine the density of the fabric, therefore its weight.

    5. Weaving

    what comes out of the warping phase is traditionally called “subbio”, this is loaded on the same original looms that have been spinning for decades in the Casentino Valley.
    Weaving is the art of creating a fabric, the union of different materials, the weaving of different threads and the search for new and interesting layouts bring life to all Casentino 1848 fabrics.

    6. Finishing

    The fabrics in all Casentino 1848 collections, mix the noblest yarns to the most modern finishings.

    It is the finishing fase that distinguished the “Panno Casentino” world wide. This phase is performed by rubbing a rock, now used for over a century, over the dense wool pile obtained during the teasing fase.