Fibreshed Producer

Bristol Weaving Mill

Textiles design & manufacturing facility for bespoke work

At Bristol Weaving Mill we work on hand-looms to develop new textile designs and products, that are then manufactured either by hand or on our in-house industrial weaving loom. We source our yarns from the UK where possible, and we work very closely with yarn manufacturers to promote British yarns.

We also work with small-batch fiber producers to develop their fiber into yarn and then finished products. Our products and cloth is always 100% manufactured in the UK, with the majority of processes occurring in-house. Fibers we work with include Wool, Alpaca, Cashmere and Mohair.


About Bristol Weaving Mill

Founder: Juliet Bailey
1A Barton Road, Bristol, BS2 0LF
07817 917 553

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