Obtained from “buttoned” yarn, these fabrics show irregularities, protuberances or excesses of yarn which characterize very particular “buttoned” patterns, called so because of the irregularities, similar to small buttons, which identify them.DETAILS
These fabrics present characteristic, very distinct lines which can have horizontal ribs of varying thickness.DETAILS
An ideal fabric for making men’s and women’s coats (in the heavy version) and suits (in the light version). It has an average wool weight and is warm and soft. It has a characteristic of being partially felted with a texture which is barely noticeable. It owes its name to the English town of Melton [...]DETAILS
Mohair e Alpache
These are families of very soft fabrics, obtained from hairs of animal origin. In particular, the former have characteristics similar to silk and come from Angora goats, while the latter come from the animal of the same name, the alpaca.DETAILS
Very characteristic fabrics obtained from yarn of the same name, called bouclé because they are made up of lots of small rings. They have a soft, spongy, substantial “hand feel”. When they are made from yarns with tiny rings they take the name of “Frisé” (loop pile) fabrics.DETAILS
Products made with yarn which has already been dyed, they are characterized by very eye-catching (with checks or stripes) or characteristic (like hound’s-tooth or Prince of Wales check) patterns. Ideal for making patterned articles.DETAILS
Double or triple crepe
Surfaces which are doubled with or without padding, come from the union of two crepe fabrics.DETAILS
Multicolour fabrics with diagonal weaves are made on a machine called the Rascel, which gives them their name.DETAILS
Fabrics made mostly using silk, wool and synthetic fibres, they have a distinctive wavy and wrinkled look, which is where their name comes from.DETAILS
Highly elastic fabrics and comfortable made from circular knitting machines as well as horizontal.DETAILS
Linen or cotton crepe
Fabrics with a crepe effect made with linen and cotton.DETTAGLI
Light and sophisticated, these fabrics of animal origin are famous for their softness and fresh, impalpable hand feel.DETTAGLI
Composite fabrics, made by joining the base raw material, wool, to linens, silks and cotton, depending on the desired final effect.DETTAGLI
This name applies to all those colourful garments made with fabrics which, instead of being roll-dyed, have been dyed at yarn level. Wool mixes, linens and cotton can all be found treated in this way.DETTAGLI
These are fibres which are mostly made of cellulose. They have a cold and smooth hand feel with a shiny look. They are used for summer suits and dresses due to the lightness and freshness they give to garments.DETTAGLI
This is the name which means all those colourful garments ready-made using roll-dyed fabrics.DETTAGLI
Vittorio Rinaldi signs the constitutive act for the company named Tessitura di Crevacuore. The head office is in Crevacuore on the premises of an old tannery and the company disposes of only four looms.
the company moves premises to Borgosesia and enlarges, adding a finishing section.
Tessitura di Crevacuore changes from using the shuttle loom to using the rapier loom, with a significant reduction in production times and an increase in the quality of their finished fabrics.
technology takes another step forwards. The traditional rapier loom is replaced by a computer-controlled rapier loom, further increasing performance and reducing production times.Moreover, reel dyeing is abandoned in favour of flow dyeing. The founder is replaced by his nephews: a new generation follows the path taken by the previous. Vittorio Rinaldi is awarded the "Ape d'Oro" (Golden Bee) prize for his industriousness in the area.
there has been a great change in the market.The economic crisis has hit many companies in the wool and textile sector.Tessitura di Crevacuore, thanks to its foresight and managerial decisions, has known how to fight back and indeed, relaunch itself. Finding itself strong enough to enter overseas markets and, from there, take that touch of “Made in Italy” to the biggest prêt-à-porter brands.