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Alumo shirting codes

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As I understand it, Alumo uses three sets of numbers to identify a particular shirting. The first set identifies the fabric family, e.g., Triplo, Soyella, etc. The second set identifies the pattern on the shirting. And the third identifies the color. So, for example, a particular shirting could be 7056-1789-402 with 7056 being the Soyella, the 1789 being the pattern, and the 402 being the shade of blue.

I do not have access to the Alumo books but there is a decent on-line resource with many (but certainly not all) of the shirting that Alumo offers. Unfortunately for me, the resource simply identifies all of the shirting by the three sets of numbers explained above. Therefore, I don't have any idea to which fabric family each sample belongs. Does anyone know where I can find the Alumo fabric family codes? Or, if one does not exist, can you add those codes which you know belong to a particular family? I'll start:
Soyella is 7056
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As I understand it, Alumo uses three sets of numbers to identify a particular shirting. The first set identifies the fabric family, e.g., Triplo, Soyella, etc. The second set identifies the pattern on the shirting. And the third identifies the color. So, for example, a particular shirting could be 7056-1789-402 with 7056 being the Soyella, the 1789 being the pattern, and the 402 being the shade of blue.

I do not have access to the Alumo books but there is a decent on-line resource with many (but certainly not all) of the shirting that Alumo offers. Unfortunately for me, the resource simply identifies all of the shirting by the three sets of numbers explained above. Therefore, I don't have any idea to which fabric family each sample belongs. Does anyone know where I can find the Alumo fabric family codes? Or, if one does not exist, can you add those codes which you know belong to a particular family? I'll start:
Soyella is 7056

 

Have you tried asking here http://www.styleforum.net/t/56404/unfunded-liabilities-a-k-a-the-cloth-thread?

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Here I go;

 

Salvatore Triplo, 160/3 ( try ply) very compacted wave.

 

Codes 7085

7086

 

There are only 7 references on Triplo on my price list.

 

If any can´t find it, I can order for you.

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