telaio Quagliotti


The art of italian weaving, with wisdom and the accuracy of artisan looms transform each weft in timeless emotions.

  • Quagliotti stands out among the few Italian companies who design and weave their production, from the selection of warp yarns to the final finishings.

    rocche. Quagliotti 80 years event
  • The soul of each project is shown by the highest quality of its raw materials.  From pure twisted cotton threads, in its essence or blended with linen, silk and cashmere yarns.

    Quagliotti weaving and quality check
  • Pure cotton is woven
    following tradition
    but reworked with a new and modern outcome. Revealing its softness in diverse aspects of jacquard, yarn-dyed and piece-dyed fabrics.

    loom jaquard
  • The techniques of the past are preserved and developed with a bold and innovative outlook, combining traditional values with the latest trends creatinig unique textures.

    righetto bandera
  • like Bandera, dating back to 1700, proudly restored and untied with contemporary Righetto (Rivoli).


thread countTread count is measured by counting the number of threads contained in one square inch of fabric, including both the length (warp) and width (weft) threads. The thread count is the number of threads counted along two sides (up and across) of the square inch, added together. Thread count is a measurement of the coarseness or fineness of a fabric. Thread count is often used as a measure of fabric quality, so that “standard” cotton thread counts are around 150 while good-quality sheets start at 180. Some, but not all, of the extremely high thread counts (typically over 500) tend to be misleading as they usually count the individual threads in “plied” yarns (a yarn that is made by twisting together multiple finer threads). For this reason, a fabric with 250 two-ply yarns in both the vertical and horizontal direction could have the component threads counted to a 1000 thread count. However, the National Textile Association (NTA), which cites the international standards group ASTM, accepted industry practice is to count each thread as one, even threads spun as two- or three-ply yarn. This is why Quagliotti states a thread count of 300 for their high quality linens, counting the threads in a correct way.

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