The supplier directory
A comprehensive international database of suppliers of fabric, leather, dyeing, printing, fashion, wardrobe sundries, dry cleaning, manufacturers & disposal.
ARDALANISH ISLE OF MULL WEAVERS
Ardalanish Organic Farm weaves tweeds using 100% pure new Hebridean, Manx and Shetland wool.
Avani is a voluntary association collaborating with a cooperative of artisans from the Kumaon region in India. They produce beautiful hand-made wool and silk textiles and garments.
BUTE produces technoligically advanced woolen textiles on the Isle of Bute in
Scotland. They create durable organic fabrics mainly for interiors, but which might also be used for fashion, ranging from wool crepes, to herringbones, to wool mixes, to tartans in a variety of colour combinations.
Fabrications is an independent gallery, shop and studio dedicated to contemporary textile practise and design, with a particular interest in up-cycling and eco design.
Hopkins Fabrics sells a certain number of organic and fair-trade fabrics, and also silks which are produced in the UK in an environmentally responsible mill
Khamir is a platform for the crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of the Kachchh (Kutch) region of Gujarat. Small orders can be made via Simon Marks of ‘Dypt’
Lebenskleidung are specialized in environmentally sound and fairly produced organic cotton and silk fabrics.
LES TROUVAILLES D’AMADINE
Les Trouvailles d’Amandine offers collections of design-led and GOTS certified solids, jacquards and prints, bias and pipings. The whole production line is in France, and they hold stock fabrics
Pickering International has been a pioneer of eco and sustainable fabric suppliers since 1992. They offer organic cotton and linen, hemp, wool, soy bean, bamboo and recycled fibres.
TESSILE ECO BIO
Tessile Eco Bio produce fabrics that are made 100% in Europe. They have Gots certification for their cotton, linen and wool- 100% or in blends with a 30% maximum of natural fibres and again certified fabrics.
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.