"Attractive, quality products, at the best price, always with on time delivery"


The origins of Pieters Textile date back to 1934. In those early years, the company first grew from being an OEM weaver to an independent weaver, boasting its own fabric collection. In the 1950’s, the company set up its first looms producing 210cm-width, enabling its clients to use the full width of the fabric for the length of a mattress. Then, in 1971, new modern looms were installed, dramatically increasing overall production capacity. By the 1990s, the company had established an in-house warping department. This was a very big step forward for Pieters, dramatically improving the quality and efficiency of the weaving process.

By the early years of the 21st century, the company had introduced air jet looms equipped with electronic jacquards, all of which were networked to the automated CAD system. In 2007, Pieters Textile became part of a bigger textile group and knitted production began.

Production and commercial activities were moved to the site of Ter Molst International Textile Group in Oostrozebeke, where Pieters is now located.

At Pieters Textile, an experienced and dynamic team is always at your service!


Pieters Textile is vertically integrated., Warping, knitting, finishing and quality control are all under the same umbrella. Our equipment is modern, up-to-date and meets the highest standards. To ensure quality and durability, we even produce some of the yarns used in our weaving and knitting departments.

Warping - Beaming

First, yarns on bobbins are wound next to each other to achieve the full weaving width. Next, the yarn is brought onto the beam, in preparation for being loaded into the weaving loom.


By crossing the warp threads on the beam at just the right angles with the weft, on the weaving loom, a fabric or cloth is created. Our looms employ electronic jacquards, allowing for rapid pattern and fabric style changes.


Our knitting machines are double knit (two layers, joined together) electronic jacquards, allowing for full panel designs.

Quality control

We take quality control very seriously. So we ensure that it is present at every step of the production process: incoming raw materials, dyed yarns and warp beams are all thoroughly and regularly checked for consistency. Loom-state fabrics are inspected with computer-driven statistical techniques, and finished fabrics are fully inspected before being cut, wrapped and packed on pallets. In our in-house testing facility, finished fabrics are tested further to confirm that they conform to the required international standards. All our products meet the Oekotex-100 standard.


We can also apply special treatments to our finished fabrics, including flame retardant, soft or firmer touches, stain repellents, and anti-bedbug or anti-dust mite treatments. Coating and laminating of backings are all done in our own finishing department, and we are always happy to consider special features or finishes on request.

R&D / Design

Our upholstery and mattress ticking designers work closely with each other in the same design studio, enabling the exchange of ideas and ever-more innovative design solutions. We are always following the latest fashions and trends, attending trade shows and monitoring market developments. Further, through our presence in the Ter Molst group, we can take advantage of the larger information resources of an international consortium, and stay ahead of the competition!

At Pieters Textile, we pride ourselves on our distinct, high-quality designs, which have built, and now maintain our strong reputation with our customers. As we always stay on top of new developments, and respond quickly to customer requests, we regularly have dozens of new designs and patterns, which are always available for fast turnaround.

Our R&D department is always testing out a new yarns that for new fabric styles. Pieters Textile maintains its own yarn extrusion and yarn air jet texturing facility as well as its own yarn dyeing department, which enables us to respond quickly to new colors and yarn textures.