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Though invisible, interlining is the soul of the garment

Interlining is an important technical component of the garment which gives support andstructure

• Provides durability for garment longevity
• Gives structure form inside
• Enhances the fabric

Non-woven - Tisséless

Non-woven fabrics generally contain no warp or weft. They are produced by assembling a mixture of textile fibres, which are bonded together by utilising various methods, the most popular being thermal and chemical bonding. Non-woven fabric combines the practical and the economical.

- Thermal Non-woven: thermal bonded non woven is formed by melting the fibres between heated rollers.

- Chemical Non-woven: chemical bonded non-woven is formed with the addition of a chemical binder.

- Melt-Blown: melt-blown is a mixture of melt-blown microfibres, which are therefore fine and short.

- Spunbond: spunbond fibres are generally longer and thicker, giving additional tensile strength. There is a good consistency of fibre and compact support.

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Woven - DHJ

These fabrics are made of warp and weft yarns, which are interlaced on a weaving loom to create different woven patterns.

- Broken Twill: broken twill is when the diagonal weave of the twill is intentionally reversed at every two warp ends to form a random design

- Satin: the main characteristic of satin is that it is shiny on the front. The reverse side is matt. Satin is always made of very fine and relatively tightly woven yarns. Four or more weft yarns floating over a warp yarn.

- Plain Weave: the warp yarns are positioned along the length of the fabric, the weft yarns navigate accross the width of the fabric, passing alternately under and over the warp yarns.
The fabric often contains more stretch in the weft direction than in the warp direction.

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Knitted - Lainière Paris

Knitteds are formed by the process of interlooping yarns to form a soft fabric.

Top Satin: the satin top has a closer construction. Additional warp yarns are inserted between the knitted yarns.

Weft-inserted: Chargeurs PCC's warp knit weft inserted technology combines a notable resilience in the weft direction with excellent stability and control in the warp direction.

Texturized Knit: the unblocked weft yarn allows a certain elasticity in this direction.

Circular Knit: a warp knitted fabric manufactured by a knitting machine with a 360-degree cartridge of needles which creates a seamless tube of fabric giving a natural stretch.

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For all types of garments and all applications

Types of inner components

Controlled elasticity

Knitted interlinings
Weft Inserted texturized Polyester
Top Satins
Top Twill


Traditional Chest Piece
Premade Chest Piece


Wovens for shirts

Softness for multiple applications


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