Here we have a selection of our wool fabrics that many of our customers use for home furnishing. For making curtains, cushions and upholstery. Wool is perfect for its natural flame retardant qualities, durability and warmth.
Just a little element of cold war Europe, in this cloth – the spy who came in from the cold – a generally cold unwelcoming place and some of the men who skulked for both sides wore dark coats some made of very heavy cloth and others not so heavy.
152cm wide, black jacket weight hopsack weave woollen cloth, which you may of seen in unstructured men’s jackets or rather more formal structured ladies coats. Yorkshire made cloth by John B Hardy. We only have a small amount.
A wonderful British woollen cloth with bold stripes which make the check look bigger, but this is positively greener, the checks are made up of moorland greens, dark reds and greys all intermingled with bolder stripes.
Even though quite sombre, this British woollen cloth has a little bit of boldness to it, in that the stripes that make up the check are bigger. The colours here are very much moorland greens, dark reds and russets all intermingled.
This lovely British wool, is a flat tweed and comes in pale grey, black which is interwoven with the grey so the black becomes less so. Further small check stripes in white and fine line mustard make up the total.
This is fairly different to all the others in that it has a faint, but positive herringbone weave pattern in grey, beige, a red colour rust and a mix of all these in addition to having a fairly fine white line over check.