• American Textile Manufacturers Institute (AMTI)

    American Textile Manufacturers Institute (AMTI). A source for news and information about the U.S. textile industry. Product Directory Search for textile products and services (fabric, yarn, thread, home textiles, and specialty finishing) offered by ATMI member companies.

  • Burlington Industries

    Presents a quick source for the company's product information (in dozens of categories) and contact names online. They're not kidding - "fashion + speed" is the site's theme and it delivers detailed information to you fast!

  • Calik Denim

    Quality denim and twill fabrics for more than 22 years. Totally vertical, full package operations in Turkey, Turkmenistan, and Egypt produce garments for major fashion companies, while its design studio in Treviso, Italy develops new finishes, fabrics, color trends, and fashion direction.

  • Cinergy Textiles

    Cinergy Textiles specializes in stock and order-based programs on over 250 fabrics, consisting of knits, wovens, basics and novelties. Our product line provides piece goods for all markets, such as childrenswear, women's Juniors contemporary/misses and maternity, men's sportswear, uniforms, and special-occasion items. The majority of our product line is imported from Asia and stocked in Los Angeles [1 roll stock minimum]. Our product line varies from fabrics with the following fibers: acetate, acrylic, cotton, linen, nylon, polyester, rayon and wool.

  • Cone Denim

    The coolest of the mills online. It's all about product and its products in the news. Smoothly presented, it's a joy to move through.

  • Cotton Incorporated

    The research and marketing company representing upland (U.S.) cotton producers and importers. The site includes retail, fashion and technical information.

  • Designer Fabric Warehouse

    Warehouse-style 60,000-square-foot store with thousands of styles and millions of yards of fashion and decorator fabrics in stock, including leather, silk, denim, technical, stretch, prints, knits, linen, cotton, tapestry, chenille and more. A wholesale and to-the-trade source with great prices and low minimums for garment manufacturers, fashion designers, decorative designers, event planners, set decorators and students.

  • Dupont

    A whole group of sites that explain specific product categories and who sells them. Of particular interest will be the sites for Micromattique (its micro fiber polyesters) and Lycra.

  • Geltman Industries

    A fabric finishing service for apparel manufacturers featuring laundering, bonding and many finishing services.

  • Institute of Textile Technology (ITT)

    Provides graduate level training in textile technology, to carry on scientific research, and to establish a library and system of information service to members that would keep the textile industry apprised of research findings throughout the world.

  • ISKO

    Turkish denim producer ISKO is a major supplier to large fashion brands offering product quality, variety, flexibility, price range, and after sales service, and a wide network of offices and agents worldwide.

  • Moda Italia

    Claims to have the largest worldwide fashion search engine to find what you're looking for in the field of fashion, textile, beauty and lifestyle.

  • Office of Textile & Apparel (OTEXA)

    Continues to offer incentives and information to become an exporter. Start with the "How to Export" area.

  • PAD System

    Offers CAD software and hardware for sample, pattern, grading and marking. An excellent designer's tool.

  • Premiere Vision

    Europe's leading fashion fabric and trend exposition held in Paris twice yearly.

  • Robert Kaufman Fabrics

    Converter of quality wholesale fabrics for quilting, retailers, and manufacturers.

  • Symphony Fabrics Corp.

    Offers a comprehensive line of prints in a wide variety of fabrications.

  • Textile Association of Los Angeles (TALA)

    Publishes the ultimate sourcing guide for apparel manufacturers' resources in Southern California.

  • Textile Clothing Technology Corporation [TC]2

    A consortium of fiber, fabric sewn products, labor, government and academia dedicated to a more competitive U.S. soft goods industry through demonstration, education, and research and development.