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Photography of Reasons to be Cheerful - Charles

Reasons to be Cheerful - Charles

100% wool in a herringbone weave made up of many shades of brown with hints of mustard and a fine line over check in red and pale blue this you could make skirts and trousers. A very classy wool jacketing cloth.
Part number: CM1485
Photography of Italian Tweed - Brown

Italian Tweed - Brown

Stunning ex designer Italian tweed, the sort of tweed that is associated with it with lots and lots of colours predominantly the overall effect I suppose would be brown but that is only one of the yarns in there.
Part number: CM1479a
Photography of Reasons to be Cheerful - Hacking

Reasons to be Cheerful - Hacking

100% British made wool in a fairly somber affair in a small hacking jacket check in brown, taupe grey and beige
Part number: CM1476
Photography of Reasons to be Cheerful - A Royal Affair - Small

Reasons to be Cheerful - A Royal Affair - Small

100% British made wool in a small variation on the hacking check pale blue, pink, forest green, sage green and blue are the basic colours of the check. Gorgeous!
Part number: CM1473b
Photography of Mcveigh


Stunning lightweight wool suiting fabric in a multicoloured tartan design
Part number: CM1236
Photography of Bold and Beautiful

Bold and Beautiful

This is a quite different suiting, lightweight in what feels like to be, almost a hopsack weave. But it can’t be because it’s a bit fancy and a hopsack weave is plain but anyway it has that sort of feel it comes in a beige, grey, and pale blue, fairly sma
Part number: CM1296
Photography of Delicious


A delicious cream suiting with a broad line overcheck in grey and a very faint overcheck in between the grey in pink. And in the midst of all of it is a very fine full, lustrous yarn stripe. Think Ladies Day at the races, and some bloke will turn up in th
Part number: CM1296a
Photography of Miss Marple

Miss Marple

A beautifully soft pale grey, darker grey, mustard, sage green and dark red, muted small window pane check a bit Miss Marple/Joyce Grenful type of cloth with lots of character.
Part number: CM1294
Photography of Finest


Here we are, late June and I am going to talk to you about woollen fabrics. Mostly suiting weight, but where they aren’t I will tell you. To a man, they are British made, the majority in Yorkshire but some have been made in Portugal. But none the worse fo
Part number: CM1235
Photography of Gold Pin

Gold Pin

150 cm wide rather elegant brown wide herringbone weave suiting with a very fine dark red pinstripe at four centimetre intervals down the cloth. There are many shades of brown, to make up this rather splendid ‘sporting’ suiting.
Part number: CM1293
Photography of Checker


A fairly lightweight, small checkerboard check in black and grey, with a hand to die for. Very much a suiting/trouser weight.
Part number: CM1291
Photography of Overcoat


A distinct herringbone weave suiting in grey and black. It is the sort of thing that looks well, as an overcoat and in fact suitably lined may hang well enough for that too, but it is really a suiting weight.
Part number: CM1290

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