English term that originally indicated the very finely wool of Merino sheep raised in Saxony. Currently, the term is referred to both drawing and finishing. The design refers to fancy carded fabrics made with merinos wool yarns: drawing is where white is always present at 50% in different effects of 4 batavia, such as milleriges, pied de poule, prince of Wales Of every kind; The other 50% of the color is gray and black, or brown and brown head, or dark blue medium and dark blue etc. Employed for overcoats or fine clothes, these days have been made of saxony combed to get lighter weights. Lastly, they are called saxony of carded and combed wool fabrics subjected to a medium follo, with a soft hand and a slightly covered surface that allows to glimpse the interlacing of the bottom.