John England Frequently Asked Questions

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The company  weaves its own fabrics so it can design and weave special fabrics for your own production. Minimum orders are sensible, deliveries can can quick, and we are easy to communicate with.

The John England team has significant experience in the theatrical linens business. We have a great many customers in this market across the world. There is even a a film studio in the town where we are based.

John England Theatrical Linens is a division of John England. It focuses on selling fabrics to the theatre, film and TV industries.  The company  weaves its own fabrics so it can design and weave special fabrics for your own production. Minimum orders are sensible, deliveries can can quick, and we are easy to communicate with.

As well as this we have an extensive range of stock fabrics for you to choose from. With a wide range of colours and textures.

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John England can supply fabrics for a wide range of end-uses.

John England can supply fabrics for a wide range of end-uses. The majority of our fabrics contain 100% linen (flax). They also include other blends such as linen with wool, cotton, polyester or nylon to give abrasion resistance. The minimum order size from stock items is 6 metres, and a minimum custom dye run is 100 metres .

As the company are weavers we can also weave your own design, or come up with a new design for you.

Examples of John England fabric end-uses can be seen below:

  • Apparel linens  (plain fabrics (several different weights), Jacquard damasks, 3D fabrics (new*), multi-layered fabrics, extra wide fabrics, coated fabrics)
  • Theatrical costumes
  • Upholstery (rub tested) (not supplied flameproofed as standard)
  • Loose Covers
  • Curtains (not supplied flameproofed as standard)
  • Bed linen (fabrics up to 3 metres wide, white and ecru held in stock)
  • Table linen (plain linens and damask, up to 3 metres wide)
  • Printing fabrics
  • Huckaback towelling fabric
  • Fabrics for ecclesiastical linens (mainly white Irish linen)
  • Handkerchief fabric (plain)
  • Irish linen wedding dress fabric

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Category: End Uses

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