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Photography of There Comes A Time

There Comes A Time

Having been around as long as I have, and been in this game as long as I have, not much can surprise, but every so often something crops up that almost takes your breath away. This is one such cloth, it is 54” wide. It’s in black and a brown mix, if it wa
Part number: CM927
Photography of Uninhibited


59”/150cm wide wool, polyester acrylic mix cloth. Which was probably produced after someone had said to the designer “Don’t let your imagination inhibit you” the cloth is basically a flannel. And then they have bonded a sort of felt like cloth to it, whic
Part number: CM912
Photography of Oh Heck!

Oh Heck!

Just as I was settling down to my pie and peas, along comes a cloth which from one side, you wouldn’t think it had this on the other. Well it’s a 60” wide woven, wool tweed in quite a mixture of yarns, as you would expect a tweed to be, but predominately
Part number: CM902
Photography of Birds Eye

Birds Eye

60” wide pure worsted wool suiting/jacketing with tiny “bird’s eye” weave. Woven in Yorkshire this stunning wool is even suitable for a light weight coating (used with a good lining) Timeless!
Part number: CM892
Photography of Wool Melton - Stone

Wool Melton - Stone

Stone/Camel Melton Wool Fabric in a not quite camel colour, between camel and stone I would suggest. Jacket weight could be coat weight. It doesn’t come better than this.
Discount 50%
Part number: CM472c
Photography of Listen Carefully (I shall say this only once)

Listen Carefully (I shall say this only once)

56’’ wide boiled wool in a gorgeous shade of dark taupe with all sorts of weave interest and an overlaid embodied pattern in a dark grey squiggly sort of floral design. There is only one roll of it so there can’t be much, but it is very special.
Part number: CM633
Photography of Naranjos


54” wide gobsmackingly gorgeous wool, mohair, knitted jacketing in orange made in France for Chanel. Now that is what I call orange. Wonderfully bright and rich. The surface isn’t unlike a heavy bouclé, I’m not sure how to describe the actual knit, but it
Part number: CM937
Photography of Guard


59/60” “150cm” wide guard’s red 80% wool, 20% nylon flannel. In old fashioned money, perhaps an eight ounce cloth, and the depth of colour is gorgeous. If you want a stunning red jacket or coat, this is your man.
Part number: CM938
Photography of Italian Mocha

Italian Mocha

56”/145cm 50% wool, 50% viscose knitted light to medium weight jacketing in a mid grey. It comes in a flat bouclé knit and hails from a very famous Italian maker.
Part number: CM939
Photography of Harry


60” wide black/grey fine herringbone weave, woollen suiting. Another all Yorkshire cloth, which I have seen made up into men’s jackets of the variety that start off at around £500 and finish up in somebody’s sale at £150. Another beautiful cloth.
Part number: CM961
Photography of D'Angelo


60”/150cm wide 30% wool, 70% polyester knitted jersey in a weight suitable for items like bison jackets, the basic cloth is a mottled grey, but that has had a print added to the surface in an abstract geometric pattern in lots of lovely colours including:
Part number: CM941
Photography of Donegal


A 60” wide woollen Donegal tweed in a mixture of red, beige, black, maroon and other odd sundry colours mixed in too form the tweed. Suiting weight, rather than a coat weight. Another beautiful cloth; woven, hand finished entirely in Yorkshire.
Part number: CM960

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