Baize And Wool Fabrics

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Highly regarded baize fabric supplier to public and trade, with over 30 years experience of working with baize and wool fabrics, using them for fine interior decoration items

We started one of the UK’s most successful Bridge supplies companies – Simon Lucas Bridge Supplies – making high-quality card table cloths for the bridge market using premium UK baize fabrics.

Company director and founder, Simon Lucas, graduated from the renowned fashion school at Middlesex University and identified a niche he could fill. Choosing only the highest quality Baize cloth money could buy. When supplying the likes of Harrods and Selfridges there can be no compromise in the quality of materials.

As the demand for Simon’s cloths grew, so did the stock of baize and woollen fabrics that Simon required. With his knowledge and experience of baize fabric, we began to get requests to supply baize to a range of new customers. From remnants and offcuts for hobbyists and crafters, to whole rolls of baize fabric to trade customers. Using it for fine furniture, film and theatre wardrobe and costume design, interior design and fashion.

Because of these requests and sales of our day-to-day baize and wool cloth fabrics we decided to set up this dedicated website. Selling and supplying these prized and quality fabrics to trade and to individual customers alike.

Supplying to Customers Large and Small

Trading as Baize and Wool Fabrics freed us up to be a specialist baize fabric supplier. Supplying these natural and eco fabrics to the trade and to individual retail customers. Furthermore, all baize fabrics we sell are made from premium British, Australian and New Zealand wool here in the UK. We stock doeskin wool fabric – a 100% merino wool fabric – as well as more day-to-day wool baize fabrics.

Under the Baize and Wool Fabrics name we can offer and supply a wider range of cloths that can be used for:

Services We Offer

We also have in-house experience of adding your brand or logo onto baize. This is an eco-friendly process called debossing, which uses a headed brass die to press your company’s logo or branding into the surface of the baize. We then supply this trimmed to size with self-adhesive backing.