A vast amount of pieces and waste materials were left over in the small old sewing workshops of the past. The ingeniousness and need that prevailed during those years of scarcity were the perfect combination to begin to reuse all that cotton that was unused.
The process consisted of choosing the remnants and classifying them by materials and colours. Then they were ground down until they became flock, similar to the original materials but coloured. A new spinning technique had been achieved with unique features that allowed sturdy, solid jumpers to be made.