F A B R I C
I offer a wide range of fabrics from a multitude of suppliers including specialist weavers and interior design houses.
I work with my clients to find the right fabric for every project and can provide unlimited free samples from any of the suppliers below.
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This Hampshire-based family business has an in house design team which draws on its inspiration from textile archives, museums and the natural world to create contemporary and classic prints, weaves and wallpapers. Each collection is carefully crafted, and designs are still drawn and painted by hand. They offer fantastic ranges of colours in their plain fabrics and some modern takes on the more traditional florals.
Lewis & Wood is a British supplier of beautiful and unusual fabrics, from Mediterranean & French 18th century influenced designs, to those inspired by collections at the V&A from the arts and crafts movement. Made in heavy Scottish linens and silks, these fabrics offer a wonderful range of delicate floral designs.
James Hare was established in 1865 and is still a family run business. They specialise in silk production and are one of the world leaders in luxury fabric for both the interiors world and the fashion industry. Their extensive collections offer a stunning array of curtain fabrics as well as particularly beautiful braids and edgings that can lift a piece to the next level.
St Jude’s makes and sells unique printed fabrics working with an eclectic range of artist designers including Angie Lewin, Mark Hearld and Emily Sutton. Their fabrics are printed in short runs in Britain from their workshop in Norfolk.
A stunning range of hand printed designs on linen fabric. This designer was inspired by large skies and wildlife in the meadows of Cheshire. All of her fabrics are made in England and they support the global re-forestation through ‘One Tree Planted’ with every order.
Based on the Isle of Bute the mill was founded in 1947 with the sole purpose of providing employment opportunities for those returning from the Second World War. Bute Fabrics produces some of the most technically advanced woollen fabrics in the industry and use the island’s natural colours, textures and patterns in their bold, bright and contemporary designs.
Ian Mankin, British weavers of designer furnishing fabrics, was founded in 1983 and is renowned for new and stylish interpretations of natural and organic fabrics in a simple yet timeless palette of colours. It is famous for ticking designs which are all woven at their weaving mill in Burnley, Lancashire.
Based in East London and renowned for their bright bold designs with a contemporary take on the Arts and Crafts movement and a nod to William Morris. This fabric house offers traditionally woven fabrics printed in England, using materials of the finest quality. From their sumptuous British velvets and jacquards they balance design with eco-friendly production.
This specialist weaver produces completely hand stitched embroidered fabrics using traditional artisanal methods. The designs reflect crewels early English heritage, from Tudor and Jacobean styles that reference historic motifs on tapestries from the 16th and 17th centuries, and paintings from the Renaissance. The fabrics are full of character and charm.
Christopher Farr Cloth offers a large range of clean and contemporary designs and is underpinned by a commitment to the finest materials, traditional craftsmanship. They collaborate with designers worldwide and the collection is produced by a very selective group of craftsmen. All designs are hand- and screen-printed at a family owned printer in the U.K. The woven textiles are produced in European artisanal mills
Warwick Fabrics are creators of exclusive ranges for commercial and domestic interiors. They have some fantastic core ranges of velvet and linen that I would highly recommend. From floral renaissance inspired designs to modern striking patterns there is something for everyone within their collections.
Clarke and Clarke is part of the Sanderson Design Group and offers a huge range of plain to patterned fabrics. Their recent collaboration with Emma Shipley was extremely popular for prints and I recommend their herringbone plain weaves. Most recently their collaboration with Emma Shippley designs has been incredibly popular for statement pieces.
With an extensive choice of over 2500 fabrics in stock, Feryetts is an industry supplier and offers a huge range of high quality fabrics. Based in Manchester, this supplier has an in house studio and Design Team constantly developing unique fabrics and new collections.