The supplier directory

A comprehensive international database of suppliers of fabric, leather, dyeing, printing, fashion, wardrobe sundries, dry cleaning, manufacturers & disposal.

Tags: hand

ASILLI

Aslli is a Peruvian company. They are a market leader in the manufacture of yarns for hand knitting, made with fibre of 100% organic cotton, certified by Control Union Certifications.

AYNI BOLIVIA

Ayni Bolivia is a fair trade organization, that works with 25 small workshops producing small collections from super fine alpaca fibre – specifically textiles, garments and home decor products.

Depop

• Buy and sell secondhand and vintage clothing • Global marketplace / social platform • Ships internationally • No returns

HIMALAYA TAILORING CENTRE

The Himalaya Tailoring Centre Pvt. Ltd. is a certified member of the Fair Trade Forum of India (affiliated with the World Fair Trade Organisation). Their team of world class tailors are trained in classical tailoring techniques and have gained a reputation for their careful attention to detail and beautiful finishing.

HOME SOUL

Home Soul aims to promote handmade products and contribute to preserving traditional arts and crafts techniques by providing work to artisans and craftsman who are striving hard to protect their dyeing arts.
Home Soul have a stall at Spitalfields market and an online shop

INDIGO HANDLOOM

Indigo Handloom produce unique handwoven fabrics. They work in several different areas in South Asia and work with mostly natural fibres such as silk, cotton, wool and linen.

MALABAR

Malabar has a world-wide reputation for its collections of unique furnishing fabrics – handloom fabrics in vibrant colours and textures, embroideries, appliqués, sheers, silks, chenilles and velvets, complemented by a palette of 105 paint colours.

Oxfam Online Shop

• Second hand and vintage charity shop • Womenswear • Menswear • Free returns within 30 days • Ships from the UK

WOMEN WEAVE

WomenWeave, a registered Charitable Trust based in Maheshwar, MP, has supported and developed the role of women in handloom weaving since 2002. Their project links organic and non-organic cotton farmers of Central India with formerly unemployed local women of Maheshwar.