British-Made Fabrics | Long Eaton Sofas

British-Made Fabrics

A comprehensive range of fabrics which are all proudly woven in the British Isles.

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Long Eaton Sofas are proud to support British weavers by offering a comprehensive range of fabrics which are woven in the British Isles.

We are proud that our furniture is British made and are keen supporters of British industry and craftsmanship.

The following fabrics have been carefully selected to be part of our British-made fabric collection. All are made in the British Isles on traditional looms with 100% natural and sustainable yarns such as cotton, linen and wool. If you were to choose any of these fabrics to be made on our furniture, you will be getting a piece that is 100% Made in Britain.

Founded in 1837 and with their roots in apparel, Abraham Moon are one of the last remaining vertical woollen mills in Great Britain, with a reputation for consistent quality and innovative design. Moon are among a select few who continue to complete all processes from their single site in the Yorkshire Dales and control every stage of production from receiving sustainably sourced natural wool fleeces to the finished product including dyeing, blending, carding, spinning, warping, weaving and finishing.

Ian Mankin has one of the last surviving cotton mills in Britain and is dedicated to protecting the unique industrial landscape of which it forms a part. They design and weave their fabrics in their own weaving mill in Burnley, Lancashire, the birthplace of the world’s industrialised cotton weaving industry and they are extremely proud to continue the crafts and skills learnt over generations. They are committed to producing fabrics and furnishings of the highest possible quality, from 100% natural and recycled fibres in timeless and elegant designs.

The Isle Mill is part of the Macnaughton Group a family company founded in 1783 and are recognised as the foremost weaver of quality woollen upholstery fabrics in Scotland. With their headquarters in Perth, fabrics are woven in their Keith textile mill, which is surrounded by spectacular countryside and is nestled beside the same burn that feeds one of Scotland’s most famous distilleries. Once woven, fabrics are then finished in Galashiels, in the Scottish Borders.

Linwood is a British brand that places creativity and innovation at the core of everything that it does. With a firm belief that colour and pattern bring joy to a scheme, they draw on classic English style and imbue it with a contemporary spirit, producing exclusive collections of fabrics that brim with personality and charm. Their Balvenie, Bryher, Ollaberry & Roxburgh and Westray collections are all proudly woven in Britain.

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Inside the Factory

A little insight into the unique Yorkshire mill, where all processes to make Abraham Moon's luxury wool fabrics and accessories are completed by their craftspeople under one roof.

Our British-made fabrics