In recent years, many sewists thought jacquard was primarily a colourful knit fabric. Yet a classic jacquard is woven. In 1805, a resourceful Frenchman named Jacquard developed a small device for the mechanical loom, with the help of which individual warp threads could be removed from the weaving process in a quasi-controlled manner. Instead of always passing the weft threads nicely above and below the warp threads, it was thus possible to skip areas. This made it possible to weave more complex patterns into the fabric.
The Punto woven jacquard is made of viscose, cotton and a little elastane. It has been woven with yarns of identical colours so that the dot pattern stands out structurally. We carry the fabric in various shades.
At 190g/m2, the material is perfect for the autumn-winter wardrobe. The material keeps you warm but still has a beautiful drape.