If you're looking for authentic historical British military fabrics for re-enactment uniforms, repairs or costumes for plays, films or television productions. You've found them.
Our brief guide on choosing Fabric for Film, Television and Theatre Productions. Which to choose? What to look for when buying for a backdrop or set design.
Pantone has announced their "Colour of the Year" and this year they have chosen two! Ultimate Gray and Illuminating, which will set the trend for the following year.
Restoring a chess set always leads to one question. Should I use baize or felt for restoring chess pieces?
A customer reached out to us to ask if we could do a printed cloth for his new games tabletop. The answer was yes.
With Christmas just around the corner, perhaps you're looking to brighten up festivities with some colourful Christmas fabrics?
Merino wool is perfect for the luxury baby blankets that we now stock. Super soft, warm and anti-microbial. Perfect for your newborn
Thanks to the inherent durability and dirt repelling qualities of wool. Baize makes the ideal fabric to choose for seating upholstery.
Wool is a perfect fibre for making blankets, thanks to its warmth. We'll be adding a new range of luxury blankets to our product catalogue soon.
One pioneering surfboard shaper in New Zealand discovered surfboards can be made with wool. Replacing manmade with sheepmade!
The term "Green Baize Doors" refers to the divide in wealthy households, between staff quarters and the family's home.
A customer uses baize to re-create historical military insignias and shoulder boards.