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Tailor made kids fashion

Tailor made kids fashion, penguin outfit
“Tailor made kids fashion” penguin outfit

“NOËKI offers, in addition to the regular sizes, the possibility of tailor made cute baby- and kids clothing.”

This particular service is made possible thanks to the passionate tailors and their many years of experience in designing clothes.

Tailor made sizes for kids

Please consult our size tables and contact us at our customer service desk, should you need some help or advice. We‘d love to help you in determining the right size of your son or daughter.

Doesn’t your kid fit the regular sizes of our kids’ collection? Don’t you worry about that and allow us to take care: we’d only be glad to resize the clothes to fit your child.

Should you even be looking for a piece that you haven’t found in our collection, please do send us a simple request and provide us with an idea of what you’d like. We’ll look into it together and find a suitable design.

Please get in contact with our customer service desk during office hours, if you have questions or want to make an appointment.


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New Year’s action

“Noëki’s Fantastic New year’s action until 02/01/2018!”

“New Year’s action” It is that time of year again, when presents are flying around. Both Santa and Noëki decided to join forces and spoil you a little more.

It is common knowledge that Santa likes a beautiful dress or nice pants for his princes and princesses to wear. Those are the cute clothes Noëki is offering. The choosing is yours, whether it is a skirt, a pair of pants or a complete set.

That is why we’ve chosen these articles for our cute little sweethearts:

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1. girl pinguin set


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2. boy pinguin set


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3. Craddle sheet black unicorn

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4. super soft craddel blanket black unicorn

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5. Baby bed sheet and pillowcase

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6. super soft baby bed blanket black unicorn

How to participate in this fantastic New year’s action?

1 Go to facebook and like our FB-page.

2 Tag yourself or someone else and share our post on Facebook publically.

3 Indicate your choice: post a reaction on our post and clearly state the number of your preference.

And to the winners we say: allow yourselves to admire without moderation these beautiful pieces that you can choose of. Please be advised however that shipment costs of a 4.95 € max. are at own expense. But this shouldn’t spoil the game now, should it?

The winners will be announced on Wednesday, 3rd Januari. Good luck!

We advise you to regularly visit our FB-page. Every now and then we do edit new posts, inviting you to participate and offering substantial discounts. Read our blog and stay tuned to Noëki and the info on which articles are discounted.

If our actions leave you satisfied, do post a review on TrustPilot. If however you have some particular feedback you want to share with us, be it positive or negative, you can obviously do so by regular mail too, in a more protected environment.

The winners in this action will receive a personal message, after which they can collect their beautiful presents.


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Different Fabrics in Clothing Industry and Manufacture

“Subsequently you will find a survey of the different fabrics we use in the manufacturing of our Noëki fashion lines.”

Different fabrics in clothing industry and manufacture.


is a knit fabric used predominantly for clothing manufacture. It was originally made of wool, but is now made of wool, cotton, and synthetic fibers. Since medieval times Jersey, Channel Islands, where the material was first produced, had been an important exporter of knitted goods and the fabric in wool from Jersey became well known. The fabric can be a very stretchy single knitting, usually light-weight, jersey with one flat side and one piled side. When made with a lightweight yarn, this is the fabric most often used to make T-shirts. Or it can be a double knitted jersey (interlock jersey), with less stretch, that creates a heavier fabric of two single jerseys knitted together to leave the two flat sides on the outsides of the fabric, with the piles in the middle. Jersey is considered to be an excellent fabric for draped garments, such as dresses, and women’s tops.

Warp knitting (tricot)

Warp knitting (tricot) is a family of knitting methods in which the yarn zigzags along the length of the fabric, i.e., following adjacent columns (“wales”) of knitting, rather than a single row (“course”). For comparison, knitting across the width of the fabric is called weft knitting.
Since warp knitting requires that the number of separate strands of yarn (“ends”) equals the number of stitches in a row, warp knitting is almost always done by machine rather than by hand.
Tricot comprises several types of knitted fabrics. All warp-knit fabrics are resistant to runs and relatively easy to sew.
Tricot is very common in lingerie. The right side of the fabric has fine lengthwise ribs while the reverse has crosswise ribs. The properties of these fabrics include having a soft and ‘drapey’ texture with some lengthwise stretch and almost no crosswise stretch.


is a variation on rib knit. Instead of creating ridges of knit and purl stitches, interlock has two rows of stitches, one directly behind the other. This can create the impression that the fabric is comprised of two layers, which is why it is sometimes categorized as a double-knit fabric. (The two layers of interlock, however, can’t actually be separated.) Interlock is thicker than jersey, and both sides of the fabric are smooth, like the right side of a jersey fabric. Interlock is more stable than jersey, which means it doesn’t stretch out of shape as easily as jersey and it doesn’t curl at the edges. This ability to lie flat, as well as the fact that interlock take prints nicely, makes it popular for home sewing.


Velour or velours is a plush, knitted fabric or textile similar to velvet or velveteen. It is usually made from cotton, but can also be made from synthetic materials such as polyester. Velour is used in a wide variety of applications, including clothing and upholstery. Other examples include car seats, leotards and robes.
Velour can be a woven or a knitted fabric, allowing it to stretch. It combines the stretchy properties of knits with the rich appearance and feel of velvet.


Terrycloth, or simply toweling is a fabric with loops that can absorb large amounts of water. It can be manufactured by weaving or knitting. Toweling is woven on special looms that have two beams of longitudinal warp through which the filler or weft is fired laterally. The first industrial production of terrycloth towels, in 1850, was initiated by the English manufacturer Christy.
There are two types of terry fabrics:

Towel Terry is a woven fabric with long loops that can absorb large amounts of water. Its content is usually 100% cotton, but may sometimes contain polyester.

French Terry (or Frotté)

French Terry (or Frotté) is a fabric, used in men’s, women’s and children’s clothes. One of its sides is flat, while the other side is with cross loops. It is either 100% cotton or contains polyester with elastaine (lycra). It is often warp knitted, and the term French Terry is colloquially used for all warp knitted Terry. It is the length of loops that determines how much fluid is absorbed by the cloth as longer loops provide more surface area to absorb and come in contact with the fluid.



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Organic Fabrics

What are exactly organic fabrics?

The Noëki web shop provides you with exclusive, high quality and handmade kids clothing and different articles made of organic fabrics. Why do we prefer those organic fabrics? Simply because organic cotton is pure, natural and allows an easy transpiration of the sensitive skin. As compared to chemically treated fabrics in clothing, diapers or bedlinen, those latter tend to disturb the natural balance of your skin, by accumulating to much heat and causing the skin to absorb too much moisture, resulting quite often in harsh and eczema. Needless to say that those are the most frequently observed irritations your baby’s skin is bound to react to.

Noëki and organic fabrics

At Noëki we reckon organic fabrics offer quite some features we think are very important both for personal health and environment.
• Those crops are basically grown in a natural way: toxic chemicals are banned, creating a much safer environment for the farmer to work in and preserving the soil. Subsequently it creates a safer environment for the workers in processing the cotton.
• Processing organic fabrics means less water used and less greenhouse gasses emitted.
• The organic fabrics processing plants are regularly controlled and don’t recur to child labour. The production process is completely free of toxic materials.

The organic fabrics and derived products are completely free of toxic materials. By doing so they are extremely safe on your skin. The skin is a human’s largest organ, so do treat it with the greatest care!

All fabrics in our web shop are produced and dyed ecologically. To carry the label “organic” or “ecological” the fabrics have to meet the highest standards.