1. Every Silkbody garment begins with a tiny caterpillar hatched from an egg laid by the silk moth.
2. Clipped morus alba - mulberry - growing in the fields.
3. Mulberry leaves are picked fresh daily.
4. Silk caterpillars are voracious eaters.
5. After about 20 days of eating they start to build their cocoons of silk.
6. The farmers sell the completed cocoons to the factory for processing.
7. At the reeling factory the cocoons are sorted.
8. The cocoons are unwound to remove the silk.
9. Reeled silk is transferred to spools ready for making into Silkbody fabrics.