Visiting our factories

At the heart of IT Pieces are a few carefully picked production partners who share our values: Innovative and sustainable business practices to ensure highest quality today and in the future.
                                                                                                                           Yarns from Schoeller
Schoeller Spinning Group from Vorarlberg in Austria is where we get the finest yarns from. Schoeller not only has a selection of wools in their portfolio, but also push innovation. For example the "Nomex" fibre, from which we knit our "Christian Death Bandages". Nomex is made of metal fibres on micro scale, worked into a thread that feels super soft and gives a metallic shine to the final knitted textile. These Nomex fibres are often used for technical wear like cut-resistant gloves. 

The company has its origins in times of industrialisation: In 1868, Rudolph Schoeller moved from Breslau to Zürich and set up the yarn spinning mill in Schaffhausen with the name ”Schoeller & Söhne,” the origin of today’s Schoeller Textil AG.

"We want to support consumers with intelligent textile products, promote wellbeing and help to increase physical and weather protection while improving comfort and ease of care. In other words: simplify life. That’s why we produce highly-functional textiles and innovative textile technologies for sports, work, lifestyle, protection, medicine and technical applications."
Knitted at Cousy
Cousy BV from Zottegem in Belgium is a family business in it's 5th generation. Cousy sets itself apart with knowledge in special developments. They produce some of the most exquisite garments for high fashion houses in Europe.
A short history: In 1920 Hector Cousy founded his first knitwear workshop, which is continued by his son Louis Cousy. André Cousy, Louis's son, then started his own knitwear company together with his wife Lucile Van Melckebeke. Today this company is managed by their sons Ludo and Wim.

Printed at TM Digital 
TM Digital from Stabroek in Belgium – the owner and his son are always on the lookout for new ways of bringing color to textile. Having invented their own machines is the level of expertise we appreciate so much.