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Textile Forum opens with largest collection of fabrics
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Oct '11
Buyers thinking about fabrics should make time for a visit to Textile Forum, which will be staged from 19-20 October 2011 at The Music Room, London, W1, with its broadest range of fabrics on offer since the show's inception almost 10 years ago.

First-time exhibitors are EQS, with the American Michael Miller range of retro and contemporary cotton prints; Johnstons of Elgin, the largest textile manufacturer and only remaining vertical mill in Scotland, specialising in 100% cashmere and tweed; The Merino Company, merino and merino blend jersey knit specialists, and British Alpaca Fashion, specialists in fine lace, bespoke woven and felted fabrics.

Returning to the show are Discovery Textiles, the specialist knitters, and R & B Accessories with its continental buttons and trimmings. Also available will be a great selection of lace, leathers, silks, tweeds and fine cottons.

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.

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