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Johnstons of Elgin joins Textile Forum
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Aug '11
Johnstons of Elgin, the cashmere and tweed specialists, will be exhibiting at Textile Forum for the first time in 19-20 October 2011. Founded in 1797, Johnstons is the largest textile manufacturer and only remaining verttical mill in Scotland. Fabrics are available in cut lengths from stock bunches.

Textile Forum is London's most exclusive fashion fabric show, aimed at designers, small to medium sized manufacturers, dressmakers and retail fabric specialists looking for high quality fashion fabrics from UK and Continental mills. Exhibitors all offer small minimums and many also have stock and short order fabrics as well as collections for forward order. From wools and silks to leathers and jerseys, bridal accessories, linings, buttons and labels - that's what's in store for buyers to Textile Forum.

Exhibitors at the October 2011 show will include:
Abraham Moon & Sons; Acorn Fabrics; African Queen Fabrics; Alan Litman; Basinghall UK; Belinac of France; Bennett Silks; Bernstein & Banleys; Bradshaw & Bradshaw; British Alpaca Fashion; Carrington Fleet Textiles; Denholme; Discovery Knitting; Filtex; Forster Rohner; G H Leathers; Graham Smith Fabrics; Henry Bertrand; Holland & Sherry Group; J T Knitting; James Hare; John Kaldor; Johnstons of Elgin; Laurent Garigue Partnership; Marling & Evans; Michael's Bridal Fabrics; Neill Johnstone; Pongees; R & B Accessories; Reid & Taylor; Ringhart; Ruffo Coli Tessuti; Schwarzschild Ochs; Solstiss; The Merino Company; The National Weaving Company.

Johnstons of Elgin has been creating the finest woolen and cashmere cloth, clothing and accessories since 1797.

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