The threads used, the technical process and finesse, and the way of crossing the threads - this is called “binding” - determine the characteristics such as the weight, feel and look of the fabric. Basic bindings such as canvas, twill and satin are well-known. However, there are uncountable varieties of these. Satin is also a type of weave binding, not a mark of quality.
We weave most fabrics in our own weaving factory in the Czech Republic and also use weaving machines there, that have the lowest energy consumption per woven meter. All work stages, from the twine to the finished fabric are performed by trained specialists. Every day, countless yarn spindles produce fabrics for organic bedding or other Cotonea products. In order to paint a picture: one square metre of fabric for our typical organic satin bedding contains 8,400 metres of thread segments, that is 8.4 kilometres of organic yarn.