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    Design • Innovation • Technology
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    ISO 9001
    Quality assurance
  • Small samples of fabrics with shades of gray and dark and light browns.
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    OHSAS 18001
    The highest health and safety standards.
  • Several fabric samples in shades of blue.
    Designs that are classic
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    ISO 14001
    committed to the environment
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    ageless processes combined

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    delivering world class fabric
Crossville Fabric

Crossville Fabric mill in Tomé Chile, is a fully vertical textile producer making apparel and interiors fabrics. All facets of the manufacturing processes are fulfilled with in the plant including dyeing the wool, spinning the yarns, to weaving and finishing the fabric. Crossville has the ability to produce and ship over one million meters of cloth per year, making them an important supplier to fabric merchants and garment manufacturers.

WOOL: The raw material to make the best suits in the world

Generally fine suits are made of merino virgin wool fabrics and only by touching them one can feel its texture, that softness of good quality fabric, fine and very pleasant to the touch.

Why Wool?

Wool is extremely and a well cared-for garment gives you warmth, strength, and style.

Wool is the standard by which other menswear is measured.

Tailors prefer to work with wool cloths because of fabric's tendency to take a shape and hold it, and wool garments will recover well from folds and creases.

Wool fibre has hydrophobic (water repelling) exterior and a hydrophilic (water loving) interior that confer its unique moisture management properties - properties that are not shared by synthetic fibres.

wool's chemical structure means that it has the ability to absorb and dispel moisture and to gain and release heat depending on the external and internal environment - thus buffering against environmental changes.

Fibre To Fabric

Design • Innovation • Technology


Wool comes from domesticated sheep. It can be procesed in two ways, the woollens system uses the shorter fibres and while the worsted system uses the longer fibres.

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Quality Assurance

The woven wool fabric in its loom-state not only contains impurities, including warp size, but requires further treatment in order to develop its full textile potential...

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Textile designers are involved with the production of these designs, which are exclusive in clothing and interior decor items...

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Creating and Designing Fabrics


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