Tweed fabric comes from Scotland. It is made of thick carded yarns and subjected to two distinctive processes: fulling and scratching. The packaging consists of crumpling and squeezing the fibers moistened in chemical substances, thanks to which the fibers shrink and pull off, and the small hairs clump. As a result, the material has a compact structure and protects against wind and moisture. Scratching is based on the extraction of small hairs on top - this procedure makes the fabric not so stiff and improves the visual effect: the contours of the pattern are blurred and the whole takes on a softer character.