In our fast-growing industrial world, pressured of low prices it’s hard to talk about expensive yarns. As a knitwear supplier we are working with huge variety of materials and we are well familiar with the differences between natural and synthetic fibers. With acrylic yarns the industry has the lower price advantage, but when clients are […]
In our fast-growing industrial world, pressured of low prices it’s hard to talk about expensive yarns. As a knitwear supplier we are working with huge variety of materials and we are well familiar with the differences between natural and synthetic fibers. With acrylic yarns the industry has the lower price advantage, but when clients are using organic 100% pure wool like: Cashmere, baby Alpaca, baby kid mohair, Angora wool, etc. besides the high quality knitwear, we are talking about the amazing experience of wearing 100% nature fibers for the final customer.
In our long years of experience Intertrade M has the opportunity to work with high quality yarns and produce big quantities of different apparel (cardigans, pullovers, sweaters, twin sets, jumpers etc.) , not only for our clients, but for our own limited collection.
We are always testing our models and all the different yarns we are using in our knitted products. That’s why we can talk a lot for quality yarns, not only as a manufacturer, but as customers as well.
In a short series of articles we are going to give you more information regarding the advantages of natural yarns like: why it’s better for your health to use organic materials, where are they coming from, are they cruelty free, difference between 100% pure wools and etc. Our mission is to satisfy our customers’ needs not only by providing you with variety of knitted apparel and high quality, but with giving you information to build your dream brand or to strengthen your leader position on the market.
We present you a few models from our own limited collection made from blends of wool, baby alpaca, mohair, silk and cashmere. This photo session is made in a cold winter day in Pisa Italy. Even with freezing Mediterranean wind this sweater is so warm and soft that you can lay on the ice cold rock and enjoy this amazing February Italian afternoon.
This classic cable sweater from baby alpaca is wormer than one from sheep wool, because
Alpaca is a hollow fiber, where sheep wool has pockets of air. Much like Polar Bear fur, the air pockets allow for heat to be trapped, creating greater thermal capacity. Thus, alpaca does tend to be able to be warmer than wool. This is why you can stand and enjoy the horizon without fear from the wind.
Covering your body with natural wool guarantees the final customer unique comfort, warmth and may even protect you from small sea drops by the wind, because Alpaca wool is not absorbing the water as sheep wool.