Processing techniques

The processing techniques perfectly converge innovative drive and tradition revisited in a modern key. Punto Art experiments with yarn, offering materials new stylish scenarios. The application and applicative options offered by embroidery are exploited to the utmost through the expert use of processing methods and production technologies. The thread meets the movement of the needle, the warmth and the power of the most precise cut to produce multiform textile expressions that are continuously evolving.

Needle punch felting

Hi-tech machines move the needles vertically to make wool fibres penetrate into other fabrics, such as synthetic materials, wools and soft leather.
With neither seams nor thread, this technique achieves highly diversified natural effects that recall daring brush strokes on the canvas of famous Expressionist painters or the geometrical evolutions that are closest to optical sensitivity.
The texture offers a full and pleasant consistency, a softness to be worn.

Thermowelding bond-in

Inspired by the most innovative creations in the field of American sportswear, this technique is also used in the fashion sector to combine, construct and decorate various types of fabrics.

Traditional seams make room for the power of heat, which is used to assemble materials and fabrics that would otherwise be difficult to combine.

The final outcome and the numberless combinations obtained alter the nature of fabrics, creating new aesthetic concepts, embossed effects, finishes and precise cuts without altering the specific properties of each material used.

Laser and large size cuts

Precise and reliable machines cut and incise all fabric types, even the most delicate.
The cut is precise, the profiles are defined and the material, whether filtration fabric, leather, cotton, jersey, wool or linen, is enriched by this technique.
The laser also inspires decorative creations.

Macramè and Cornely

Macramé can be traced to distant medieval times when Arab weavers knotted any excess threads at the edge of their clothes, thus creating decorative weaves.

The Cornely technique, instead, is achieved with the now historical mechanical machines that embroider with chain stitch.
Punto Art carries these processing methods to new aesthetic frontiers: original forms and decorative designs combined with noble and/or technical materials create impressive textures.

Multi-format sequins

Sequins, also known as couvettes, come in a wide range of shapes, colours and dimensions (from 2 to 23 mm) to enrich fabrics with precious features.
The typical sparkling effects and minimalist designs takes shape in these creations, offering highly customised solutions studied to meet the most diverse requirements of style.

As every processing method implemented by Punto Art, the application of sequins merges well with other production techniques to achieve unique creations and decorative blends. Sequins, even the multi-format ones, are applied with automated processes that guarantee perfect uniform results.

Embroidered trimmings

Embroidered trimmings are a precise sophisticated choice and a strong distinctive feature to decorate, enhance with precious details and trim coats and dresses.

Punto Art combines hi-tech embroidery techniques and all-round aesthetic research to design collections and creations with trimmings that mirror distinct styles, trends and research on materials.