jeune tricot



Stitches are in vogue

This is, on one side, due to endusers´ wishes to have comfortable and casual cloths, but also to the great technical possibilities to depict versatile fabric appearances. Nearly each fashion trend can be followed in this way. And additionally, knitting technilogy is the most efficient and, thus, most inexpensive way to produce textile area-measured material made of yarns.

Jeune tricot does not only produce knitted fabrics. Jeune tricot perfects knitted fabrics. We pull out all the stops; our choice of yarns, weave technology, and our great know-how in equipment technology are typical for "jeune tricots".


Exklusive for jeune tricot

3-D-Plissee with unique structure.




Ladies´ outerwear is exciting. So everything is allowed that is trendy, pleasant for the skin, and has a high quality. For the development of our jeune tricot fabrics, we use all resources of the European fiber- and yarn industries. Partly, synthetic fibres like viscose, Tencel, polyamide etc. are employed. But as for jeune tricot, we have specialized in natural vegetable and animal fiber. All types of fibers are used.


Natural fibers:
  • Cotton
  • Wool
  • Silk
  • etc.


    Synthetic fibers:
  • Viscose
  • Modalic fibers
  • Tencel
  • etc.


  • Polyamid
  • Polyester
  • etc.

Fiber constructions

Of course, jeune tricot masters all standard connections that knitting technology can offer. But the real art is the combination of various elements of forming stitches by selecting the appropriate yarns. Just find an incomplete list of fabric constructions here::


  • Plain and striped
  • Structur jerseys
  • Honeycomb optics


  • Punto di Roma
  • Jacquards
  • Otoman


  • Plain for fulled jerseys
  • Jacquards for relief optics

Equipment technologies

Ladies´ outerwear fabrics sometimes should be flowing, creped or stay in a certain shape. These and many other characteristics are influenced by equipment technology to a large extent. Jeune tricot uses the versatile possibilities offered by modern dye works and dry finishing. Jeune tricot fabrics are printed with transfer printing techniques, wet printing or even direct digital printing now. Surfaces are made warming or pleasant for the skin by roughening, grinding or even brushing in between. Colors come into play by garment dyeing or by using colored yarns.


  • Fulling
  • Roughening
  • Brushing
  • Shearing
  • Flocking
  • etc.


  • Colored per piece
  • Colored yarn


  • Transfer printing technique
  • Wet printing
  • Direct digital printing