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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 30.03.11 Print
Wednesday, 30 March 2011

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Stoll and Santoni shine at SpinExpo
Alongside a strong showing from European knitting machine builders Stoll and Santoni, many of the yarn collections on show at March?s SpinExpo Shanghai included a range of organic and recycled raw materials.

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Colosio enhances low-cost option
Colosio has upgraded its latest low-cost, sock knitting machine, offering a higher needle count and an option to produce tights and other hosiery.

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Research explores body mapping options
Following the growth of both warp and weft knitted, breathable, functional textiles for the sport and leisure wear industries, the performance attributes of these textiles have become increasingly complex.

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New Lycra brand targets ready-to-wear market
?Invista has launched a new Lycra brand aimed specifically at the ready-to-wear market.

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Feature: Scottish knitwear firm builds brand awareness
Now under new ownership, Hawick Knitwear is using its long-standing experience of the knitwear industry to build its own-brand business.


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