This is the process of weaving two or more coloured yarns into the fabric of a towel to create a bespoke design.
The Jacquard Loom, which was invented by Joseph Marie Jacquard in circa 1804/5, can produce fairly complex and intricate designs on towels ranging from bar towels and face cloths to beach towels and bath sheets.
Whilst we can weave multiple colours into a towel there are some limitations. Many of these limitations can be overcome by using different weaving styles on a Jacquard loom.
These may involve;
Nur-Nil Textile is proud that we work with arguably the world’s best Jacquard programmers, enabling us to weave towels with designs that amaze even our competitors.
To complement the design of the towel there are two main options to finish the fabric. Terry toweling offers the plush feeling of a soft towel and absorbs moisture really fast. Velour finished towels started out as terry towels which then had the loops sheared off one side, resulting in an ultra-soft finish often allowing greater color and pattern definition.
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