Our fabric

The YARN&FABRIC textile brand is one of the world's leading and fabric producers.
We produce more than 800,000 meters of top-quality fabric of natural and synthetic composition every month.

Products

EX8013. 100% Cotton Percal 190TC

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EX8012. 100% Cotton Percal 210TC

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EX8011. 100% Cotton Satin 400TC

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EX8010. 100% Cotton Satin 350TC

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EX8009. 100% Cotton Satin 240TC

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EX8006. 100% Cotton Satin jacquard 300TC

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EX8005. 100% Cotton Percal 400TC

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EX8004. 100% Cotton Percal 300TC

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EX8003. 100% Cotton Percal 200TC

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EX8002. 100% Cotton Satin 400TC

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EX8001. 75%C/25%P Satin jacquard

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EX8008. 100% Bamboo Satin jacquard 400TC

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EX8007. 100% Tencel Satin 500TC

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EX2110 100% Organic cotton

Width available 63 and 72 inches
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EX2109 100% Organic cotton

Width available 63 and 72 inches
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EX2041 Organic cotton fabric

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EX2040 Organic cotton fabric

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EX2039 Organic cotton fabric

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Everything we do is based on our pursuit of perfection, and we strive to provide the fabric that allows our clients to improve their product ranges in the industry of fashion, clothes, and home textiles.

We offer our friends and partners the following flexible modes of cooperation: fabric orders from regular production, custom fabric orders, and stock fabric ready for dispatch.
Our production and logistic capabilities allow us to produce and supply fabric at short notice.

We produce monthly:
Woven cotton fabrics Organic/Non-organic
Woven cotton/lycra fabrics
Woven linen&hemp fabrics Organic/Non-organic
Woven wider width fabrics
Woven man-made fibre fabrics fabrics (Viscose/Modal/Lyocell)
Woven polyester blended fabrics
Knitted organic fabrics
Denim fabrics

News and events

  • 15
    September

    The future of fashion

    The fashion and textiles industry has always been known for its innovation. From creating novel and imaginative garments to developing new production methods, fashion has continually pushed boundaries cast an eager eye into the future. As such, we can expect to see the trend of innovation continue. In addition, new technologies and shifts in consumer trends will transform the industry, morphing it into a market distinct from the one that exists today. Here we take a look at what we can expect the future of fashion to look like.
  • 15
    September

    Using fashion waste as a resource

    The fashion industry is known for producing a massive amount of textile waste each year, an issue that has been exacerbated by the rise of fast fashion and the global pandemic. However, rather than seeing all of this waste end up in landfills, many businesses are looking at other ways to use this fashion waste as a resource. Here, we look into possible solutions and how textile businesses can turn this leftover material into new and exciting opportunities – both for the industry, our planet, and our employment prospects.
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«Culture of beauty and quality…
Fabric manufacturing is an art today as it was in the past...»

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