Tessitura Bianchetti, founded in 1916 as the Italian branch of a group of Swiss wool textile companies, specializes in the weaving of cordellino and sallie for uniforms and military supplies.
It settled in the Biella area for weaving and in Milan as its operational headquarters.
"In the 1950s the core business becomes the production of fabrics for ecclesiastical clothing. Starting from the '60s the Bianchetti brand becomes an expression of great quality and uniqueness
for the yarns used and the expert weaving aimed only at the needs of religious customers."
The looms beat for convents and communities the woolen and cotton weaves diagonal sallia, twill, gabardine and canvas with fine but selected yarns resistant and durable.
In the '70s the production of yarn-dyed fabric was added, which was completed in the '80s with stain and crease-resistant finishing, creating a product with characteristics of great fastness to light and washing.
The production of yarn-dyed fabric was completed in the '80s with stain-resistant and crease-resistant finishing, creating a product with characteristics of great fastness to light and washing.
Tessitura Bianchetti has maintained its excellence over time. The fabrics produced are used today in Italy and throughout the world in African, North American and Asian missions.
Fabrics in production and/or in stock:
- Wool: Sallia Twill Gabardine Canva
- Linen Linen for altar cloths
- Linen for shirts
- Cotton Shirts , Satin , Gabardine
- Polyester Canvas and Crepe