Intended for the manufacture of exceptional fabrics, the barrel-stitched technique is absolutely rare. These weaving looms, a real treasure of our living heritage, make it possible to design a pattern with a woven embroidery effect. The threads of the wefts of the broché fabris are wound in small spools and then introduced into small copper cylinders called barrels. These are then placed on the embroidery machine and moved through the centre of the threads in order to gracefully weave the embroidery while preserving the finesse of the silk chiffon. This incomparable and delicate technique allows us to to use a multitude of colors on the surface of the fabric.