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Fourth generation family business who have been suppliers of fine shirtings and accessories for over 40 years.
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The easiest ways to effortlessly match your fabric colours. Read more -
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acorn fabrics Nov 16
The highest quality cotton still comes from Eqypt.
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acorn fabrics Nov 15
Browse our yellow, cream & tan coloured shirting fabrics in various styles including plain, striped, checked and patterned -
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acorn fabrics Nov 14
Bowness is a square construction which means there is the same amount of threads per inch in the weft as the warp which results in very clear and vibrant check designs. Click here -
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acorn fabrics Nov 13
It can be tough to pick the right tailor. After all, your dress shirts, suits and other bespoke clothing will naturally be amongst your most prized possessions, so it makes sense that ideally you’d only want the very best tailors to attend to them -
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acorn fabrics Nov 12
End on end or fil-à-fil is a classic weave and a must for all wardrobes. End on End is a type of closely woven, plain weave cloth created by the alternation of light and dark warp and weft threads. check it out -
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acorn fabrics Nov 11
Today we remember all those that have given their for our freedom. They will never be forgotten.
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acorn fabrics Nov 11
Windsor is one of the finest fabrics Acorn has to offer and over the years its's become a staple for Savile Row and Jermyn street shirtmakers. Check it out -
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acorn fabrics Nov 10
5 golden rules to successfully pulling off a casual waistcoat. Read more here -
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acorn fabrics Nov 9
Cotton prints are ideal for the trim within a garment such as the inside of the collar for example.
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acorn fabrics Nov 8
“Beautiful fabrics last; synthetics don't. Certain fabrics, such as linen or cotton, develop their own character over time.”
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acorn fabrics Nov 7
The expression “the whole nine yards” does not refer to sports, but to fabric -it took nine yards of fabric to make a man’s business jacket fashionable during that time.
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acorn fabrics Nov 6
The Sterling quality is a 100% Cotton twill which is brushed on both sides to give a much softer feel. This fabric is very versatile and can be dressed up with a tweed jacket or down with jeans, either way its a perfect for the winter months. Check it out-
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acorn fabrics Nov 5
Have a fantastic Bonfire Night everyone 🔥
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acorn fabrics Nov 4
“ The joy of dressing is an art” - John Galliano
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acorn fabrics Nov 3
Our new Hampton 403 red print uses a single 50's compact yarn made from the finest Egyptian cotton.
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acorn fabrics Nov 2
Check out our selection of beautiful fabrics that have been recently replenished due to popular demand. These are usually our best selling fabrics so they won't be in stock forever so don't miss out!
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acorn fabrics Nov 1
Corduroy is a textile with a distinct pattern and feel which is just perfect for autumn and winter! Check out our selection here -
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acorn fabrics Oct 31
The word “fiber” comes from a Latin phrase meaning “it looks like threads".
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acorn fabrics Oct 30
We stock an excellent range of fabrics which are suitable for lightweight suits and trousers. These tend to be heavy twills as this weave gives the fabric more strength than a poplin which is essential for trousers and suits.
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