After spinning, a cloth is woven on a loom. In this case, it is a linen weave. This cloth is then rolled using a thermomechanical process. This means that the material is treated with friction and high temperature for hours (up to 10 hours). The special thing about dense bolt is that it is rolled longer than other cloths. This makes it shrink more, makes it more wind-resistant and increases its water-repellent properties. The bolt is then decarded. This is a kind of ironing process in which the material is pressed. This also increases the wind- and water-repellent properties. The result is a smooth surface that offers no possibility of pilling.
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