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Fabric-Store.com is a great place for pure linen fabric and Cottons Free samples, sales and discounts!

Why to buy our linen?
Very simple. Excellent quality, good prices and the 100% satisfaction guarantee. Linen is a must in many things we use and why should you overpay for bad quality fabric. You will spend your time making something that you want to enjoy for the rest of your life and I am sure that you don't want to make a historical costume that will split down the seams the first fair you wear it to, or napkins that will leave lint in your guest's mouths. Besides these obvious things, linen is a great fabric for any one who has allergies because is doesn't cause any, linen bed sheets breathe letting you stay cool during hot summers, and linen couch covers or anything else we put through everyday use, with all the washes, won't rip, but just get softer.

Why are the prices so low? Where is the "catch"?
There is no "catch". You get exactly what you see for that exact price. The price is so low because we get the fabric directly from the mills, no middle man charges involved, allowing you to receive the best possible prices for the best quality fabric.
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Classic with a Twist

Posted on February 6, 2009 at 4:00pm 1 Comment



The classic straight suit with a floral print lining, the multi-coloured stripe on a men’s sock, the ‘well-made, good quality, interesting fabric, easy to wear. No bullshit clothing.” This is the style of Paul Smith.



Paul Smith has become known for taking traditional British tailoring to the younger slicker crowds by incorporating classic design with a quirky underlining. He takes the traditional and mixes it with the modern to create a… Continue

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At 5:53am on September 12, 2009, Lorna Burrell said…
Hi, nice to meet you. We are an international buying house for sourcing all types of apparel garments. Our head office is in Europe and production team is in Asia. We are able to secure the most competitive prices if you ever need to get samples and quotes for producing designs. We can no doubt work together. Most of our buyers, many of which are renowned brands are interested in Bangladesh manufacturing and cotton. Contact me lorna@uni-garms.com and I'll explain more in detail. We are always looking out for new labels so do stay in touch. www.uni-garms.com
At 10:52am on February 15, 2009, Apparel1 said…
Welcome to the fashion industry network.

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