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Textile and Garment Industries Collection

Collected by: Cornell University Library

Archived since: Jun, 2019

Description:

In 2017 the collections of the former American Textile History Museum in Lowell, Massachusetts were acquired by the Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation Archives. The Textile and Garment Industries Collections is part of an effort to preserve the history of those industries in the United States by acting as a repository for the websites of the existing textile and garment production in the United States.

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Title: 3a Throwing

URL: http://3athrowing.com/

Description: "Since opening for business in Canada over 3 decades ago as an innovative and quality twisting facility, 3a has grown to become the leading throwster with the largest twisting capabilities in North America. Today, we are a renowned global supplier of yarns and sewing threads with primary distribution in Canada, United States, Mexico, Europe and Australia. 3a works constantly to ensure the continued growth and innovation of its product range and service area." -- from the website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Twisting machines (Textile machinery) Textile industry Woolen and worsted manufacture

Title: American Wool

URL: http://AmericanWool.org/

Description: "The American Wool Council is a division of the American Sheep Industry Association, which is a non-profit organization that works to improve the American wool industry and to promote the usage of American wool–both in domestic and international markets." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Wool industry Synthetic fibers Woolen and worsted manufacturing Textile industry

Title: Adirondack Fibershed

URL: http://adirondackfibershed.weebly.com/

Description: "Established in 2017, Adirondack Fibershed is a member of the Fibershed Affiliate Program. The Fibershed Affiliate Program supports an international grassroots network that promotes the development of regional fiber systems communities, including economic and non-economic growth, in the form of building relationships and new global networks. We work to connect fiber enthusiasts across the Adirondacks and inspire collaborations that result in beautiful artisan products made with local fiber, natural dyes, and local labor.  Whether you have been knitting for 40 years, raising sheep for 3 generations, or are just becoming interested in the fiber world, we have something for you. We will be organizing workshops on topics like natural dying, weaving, knitting, and more, and we can't wait to foster more creative connections." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Green products Knit goods Textile workers -- Training of Textile fibers industry Textile industry

Title: A+ Alpaca Fiber Mill

URL: http://aplusalpaca.com/

Description: "In our newly built mill, we can individually process your fiber into high quality rovings, batts and yarn. Our mill comes from our own need and desire to have yarn that comes from only our animals - yarn from our farm. It is so exciting to raise these beautiful animals with their wonderful fiber. How frustrating it has been to get that special fiber, which you worked so hard to breed for and to raise, turned into yarn. A+ Alpaca Fiber Mill will create yarn from your farm so you can show off that special fiber! Every farm can have their own yarn to market or turn into garments." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry Alpaca (Textile) Textile fiber industry Textile fibers, Synthetic

Title: Aroostook Fiber Works

URL: http://aroostookfiber.com/

Description: "Aroostook Fiber Works is a small, family-owned business located in Northern Maine. Andrew Tardie is the owner and main operator of this fiber mill, accompanied by his wife, Roxanne Tardie, and their two children. We've been in full operation since 2015. We may be young, but we offer a superior product for all of our customers." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Maine Textile fibers -- Maine

Title: A Spinning Peddler's Fiber Mill

URL: http://aspinningpeddlersfibermill.com/

Description: "At A Spinning Peddler's Fiber Mill, we are proud to say that our processing products are environmentally safe, biodegradable with no petroleum base or other additives. Our goal is to become a renewable energy efficient fiber mill. Our ranch is looking at alternative power source for our operation and we are looking forward to adding solar to the mill." -- from the website, 2020.08.21

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Subject:   Textile fiber industry Sustainable development

Title: Austin Fibershed

URL: http://atxfibershed.org/

Description: "We are a study group of the Weavers & Spinners Society of Austin .  We will be researching the impact and viability of creating handmade wardrobes and household items from locally sourced fibers, dye, plants and labor.  As part of the journey we will create a wardrobe and a selection of home fashions from the locally sourced materials. Our hope is to have an educational exhibit at next years WEST– the West Austin Studio Tour." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Spinning -- Texas Weaving -- Texas Dye and dyeing -- Texas Textile industry -- Texas

Title: Autumn Mist Alpaca Farm, Fiber Mill & Educ. Center

URL: http://autumnmistalpacafarm.com/

Description: “A loving, family approach to raising alpacas, processing fiber and treating our customers with respect.” -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry Alpaca (Textile) Textile fibers industry

Title: Blackberry Ridge Woolen Mill

URL: http://blackberry-ridge.com/

Description: "We are a family-owned spinnery located in the hills of Vermont Township in south central Wisconsin. We provide wool processing services to customers from all over North America and natural fiber yarns and knitting supplies to hand knitters all over the world. We feature our own line of yarns using fibers grown in America that are spun, dyed and hand painted here at our mill." -- from the website, 2020.08.21

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Subject:   Textile fiber industry Textile fibers, Synthetic Spinning Wool

Title: Bedfellows Blankets Peggy Hart

URL: http://blanketweave.com/

Description: "The woolen mills of New England are gone, but inside a barn in rural Massachusetts there lurks a complete 1940's weave shop. Old industrial looms live their second life weaving cotton and wool blankets. Each loom is a ton and a half of greasy gears, wheels, and pulleys; mechanical innovation that made complex patterns possible. The patterns I weave are all original designs, but reflect inspiration from textile traditions around the world. Limited edition cotton throws and wool throws are available for purchase. Custom weaving is also available using a customer's own wool or commercial yarns. The minimum length for custom work is 40 yards." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry Woolen and worsted manufacturing Weaving Textile fabrics Textile design

Title: Blue Mountain Farm and Fiber Mill

URL: http://bluemountainfarms.net/fiber-mill/

Description: "Blue Mountain Farm is located in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania owned and operated by a Mother and her three kids! We came to find our passion for the agriculture industry honestly through our involvement in the Dauphin County 4-H Program over 15 years ago, where we each developed fascinating interests cultivating the state of the farm into what it is today! We have found several loves including raising heritage breeds of livestock including Leceister Longwool Sheep, Angora goats, Angora rabbits, Jersey cows, farming over 300 acres within the Fishing Creek Valley/Grantville area, maple syrup production, and fiber processing at Blue Mountain Fiber Mill!! We process our fibers & yarns along with our customers fibers in our processing mill. We also make goat milk lotions, maple syrup, and grow Christmas trees, which have all been accepted in the Pennsylvania Preferred Program. Our life experience as well as our additional commitment to our many farming activities, which evolved through our involvement in the Dauphin County 4-H Program and as members of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, has contributed to the development of our planning and goals for the future! " -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Pennsylvania Textile fibers -- Pennsylvania Woolen and worsted manufacture -- Pennsylvania Livestock -- Breeding -- Economic aspects -- Pennsylvania

Title: Bo-Buck Mills

URL: http://bobuckmills.com/

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Title: Burlington Technologies

URL: http://burlingtontechnologies.com/

Description: "BMS and Se7en represent our core business operating under the new corporate name of Burlington® Technologies, Inc. The new corporation intends to remain in the textile marketplace providing proven service and quality products, but will also be seeking to diversify into other unique niche markets with innovative products. Burlington® Technologies now serves as a launch pad for new technology ventures and has been instrumental in creating such new business affiliates. The first is VitaFlex, LLC which manufactures and markets elastic nonwoven products using Dr. De-Sheng Tsai’s patented and proprietary technology in the Pioneer Plant facility. End use products utilizing this technology are being manufactured and sold for painting, insulation, powder coating, food processing, agricultural, military, sporting, healthcare, laboratory and masonry applications.

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Subject:   Textile fabric industry Textile designers Nonwoven fabrics

Title: Carolina Cotton Works CCW

URL: http://carolinacotton.com/

Description: "Carolina Cotton Works, Inc., founded in 1995, has continued to reinvest in itself through changing times by diversifying its capabilities through technology, experience, and innovation. In an effort to be competitive and environmentally responsible in a global market, CCW has invested in production equipment that saves energy and water and reduces carbon emissions and landfill waste. CCW’s flexibility in dyeing and finishing provides avenues to compete in many different applications including both circular and warp knits and wovens. CCW competes with expertise in dyeing cotton, filament and spun polyester, and an assortment of specialty fibers for the flame retardant applications." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry Dyes and dyeing -- Cotton Cotton fabrics Green products

Title: Central Virginia Fiber Mill

URL: http://centralvirginiafibermill.com/

Description: "At Central Virginia Fiber Mill our goal is to create high end fiber products which reflect the fine quality of your fleeces.  We also offer a host of specialty services to cater to the unique needs of our customers. We are pleased to be the first mill located in Virginia processing exotic fibers such as Alpaca, Llama and Mohair." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile fiber industry Llama farms Mohair industry Wool industry

Title: C&M Acres Fiber Mill & Alpacas

URL: http://cmacres.com/

Description: "C&M Acres Fiber Mill & Alpacas in Maxwell is a full service alpaca farm and fiber mill.We raise both suri and huacaya alpacas.  We offer breeding stock, fiber animals and herd sires.  We have a wide variety of colors available to fit your needs.We also offer a wide variety of classes on the farm.  Alpacas 101, Fiber Processing 101 and a wide variety of fiber related classes. Check out our clss schedule under the calendar tab and the classes themselves under the Classes Offered rtab.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile industry Textile workers -- Training of Textile fibers industry

Title: Concordia Fibers

URL: http://concordiafibers.com/

Description: "Concordia’s core competency is processing synthetic filaments and fibers to enable the production of innovative fabric structures. The company engineers and manufactures a wide range of synthetic continuous filament yarns for high value applications. We use traditional twisting, winding, texturing, and serving capabilities, but for our most unique opportunities, such as carbon twisting and commingling for advanced composites, we design and build our own machines. " -- from website, 2020.04.03

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Subject:   Synthetic fibers industry Textile designers Twisting machines Textile fabrics

Title: Conrad-Jarvis, Corp.

URL: http://conrad-jarvis.com/

Description: "Conrad-Jarvis products are made from polyester, nylon, cotton and specialty yarns in a wide variety of colors. Elastic and non-elastic braided, woven and knitted narrow fabrics are designed for the apparel/garment trades and other industrial users." -- from the website, 2019.12.22

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Clothing trade Industrial fabrics

Title: Consolidated Thread Mills, Inc.

URL: http://consolidatedthreadmills.com/

Description: "Since 1933 Consolidated Thread Mills is a manufacturer of high Strength Polyester, Polypropylene, Linen, and Rayon cords and twines. We twist, wax, bond and color these fibers according to their intended use. Most range from approximately 1/64 to 3/16 in diameter. We wind on to tubes and cones with put-ups weights of 1 ounce to 7 pounds, and many end reels of 10 to 50 pounds. Some items are available in cut lengths. Typical uses of our twines are: Hand stitching, beading, macram, taxidermy, marine, upholstering, tufting, imitation sinew, tying, lacing, carpet thread, florist twine, whipping cord, basket weaving, book binding, hemp, jewelry twine, spring twine, button twine and native american crafts. We also manufacture Tie Dye color cords in 9 colors. We are not your run of the mill twine manufacturer. We are a specialty manufacturer. If you don't find the twine / cord that you are looking for here, send us a sample piece along with a letter explaining its use and we'll do our best to match it. Custom put-ups and private labeling is available. " -- from the website, 2019.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Massachusetts Textile fibers -- Massachusetts Textile fabrics -- Massachusetts

Title: Crooked Fence Alpacas and Mill

URL: http://crookedfencealpacas.com/

Description: "Welcome to Crooked Fence Alpacas & Mill, where success and tranquility meet. We are located in beautiful Juab County, about 80 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah, at the foot of majestic Mount Nebo. We are Ted & Linda Kenison and we have been enjoying the alpaca lifestyle since 2005.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) -- Utah Textile industry -- Utah Alpaca farming -- Utah Textile fabrics -- Utah

Title: Willow Creek Farm Dawn Custom Carding

URL: http://dawnscustomcarding.com/

Description: "Our farm is a family business and we have been processing wool and wool products for the past 10 years. We process long to fine wools, alpaca, llama and mohair.We offer custom fiber processing and produce quality roving, batts and webs." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry Alpaca (Textile) Textile fibers industry Dyes and dyeing Woolen and worsted manufacture

Title: Draper Knitting Company

URL: http://draperknitting.com/

Description: "Draper Knitting is a 6th generation family run organization based in Canton, Massachusetts where it was incorporated in 1856. We are steeped in tradition with hundreds of years of experience throughout our production team. We attribute our continued success to our ability to balance the traditional values of a family business with the forward thinking and second to none design and development that we offer to all of our customers big and small.

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Massachusetts Knit goods industry -- Massachusetts Dye and dyeing -- Massachusetts

Title: Falls Edge Farm, Mill & Boutique

URL: http://fallsedge.com/fibermill/

Description: “Welcome to Falls Edge Farm, our little piece of paradise in the middle of the woods. Pat & I decided one day that we wanted to quit the rat race in the city and settle down in the woods and just relax - the result of all of this relaxing is one of the craziest most exciting and unbelievable adventures we have ever been on. See what happens when you have no one to talk to except trees - you wind up with alpaca's, dogs, cats and chickens.

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Subject:   Textile industry Garment industry Woolen and worsted manufacturing

Title: Fire Mountain Fiber

URL: http://firemountainfiber.com/

Description: “Fire Mountain Fiber is a small, family-owned fiber business located in the beautiful North Fork Valley in west-central Colorado. We have been farming in the same location for 28 years.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile industry Textile fibers

Title: Gehring-Tricot Corp.

URL: http://gehring-tricot.com/

Description: “Gehring-Tricot Corporation is a leading US manufacturer of warp knits, circular knits, and stretch woven fabrics. A vertical operation, GT Corp. has manufacturing facilities in New York and Massachusetts. Since 1946 we have been providing custom engineered solutions to meet a variety of industry needs, including those in the medical, sports, safety, aerospace, apparel and defense industries.

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Subject:   Textile fabric industry Dyes and dyeing Textile inudustry

Title: Griswold Textile Print, Inc.

URL: http://griswoldtextile.com/

Description: “Griswold Textile Print, Inc. is a hand-printing textile mill located on the Pawcatuck River in the Whiterock section of Westerly, Rhode Island. Griswold has been family owned and operated since 1937. As one of the few fully operational, hand printed fabric mills in the US, we offer a unique service to the textile design industry.

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Subject:   Textile industry Textile design

Title: Going to the Sun Fiber Mill

URL: http://gttsfibermill.com/

Description: "Going to the Sun Fiber Mill is located in the beautiful Flathead Valley in Kalispell, Montana. We have named our custom woolen mill after the well known Glacier National Park road that winds steeply up and over its wild and rugged mountains.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile industry Wool industry Weaving Woolen and worsted manufacture

Title: Hidden Valley Farm and Woolen Mill

URL: http://hiddenvalleyfarmwoolenmill.com/

Description: “We're a family owned farm and woolen mill in east-central Wisconsin.

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Wisconsin Woolen and worsted manufacturing-- Wisconsin Synthetic fibers-- Wisconsin Wool industry-- Wisconsin

Title: Littlewood Dyers, G. J. Littlewood & Son, Inc.

URL: http://littlewooddyers.com/

Description: "G. J. Littlewood & Son, Inc. will celebrate 150 years in the American textile industry in 2019. We are in business today because the family management has consistently produced good quality dyeing plus recognized and reacted to industry changes quickly throughout the many decades we have existed. We realize that by being a commission dyeing company, our strategies must maximize the value we provide to our customers." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry -- United States Dyes and dyeing -- United States Textile fabrics -- United States Synthetic fibers industry -- United States

Title: Loch's Fiber Mill

URL: http://lochsmaple.com/fibermill/

Description: "The mission of Loch's Maple Fiber Mill Inc. is to join in the preservation of agriculture and traditional trades. We will teach others about the industries that made America strong." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry Woolen and worsted manufacture Textil workers -- Training of Textile fibers industry

Title: Mill at Rosehaven Alpacas

URL: http://mill.rosehavenalpacas.com/

Description: “The Mill at Rosehaven Alpacas. Our mission is not to compete with the other area spinning mills. They have people that are highly trained to spin excellent yarn and we actually still send a lot of our fiber to them. We decided to focus our mill on benefiting true fiber fanatics, like us! The Mill at Rosehaven Alpacas is set up to card for natural fibers specifically for hand-spinners and felt-makers.

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Subject:   Textile industry -- New York (State) Alpaca (Textile) -- New York (State) Textile fibers industery -- New York (State) Spinning -- New York (State)

Title: Montana Pure Wool

URL: http://montanawool.net/

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Subject:   Textile industry

Title: Mora Valley Spinning Mill

URL: http://moravalleyspinningmill.com/

Description: "The Mora Valley Spinning Mill and Tapetes de Lana are excited to offer our mill-spun natural fiber yarns, battings, rovings, and clean fleece. We take a special interest in spinning yarns from heritage breeds of sheep, as each breed has qualities specific to its fiber that create yarn and roving with different characteristics to serve different purposes. We offer knitting yarns, weaving yarns (for both warp and weft), and all things in between." -- from website, 2020. 04.03

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Subject:   Textile fiber industry Spun yarns Sheep industry

Title: Morro Fleece Works

URL: http://morrofleeceworks.com/

Description: "I am a fiber processor located on the central coast of California, about halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. I do washing (scouring), picking, carding to batts or roving, pin drafting and felt rugs or felt fabrics. I do not spin to yarn. My pin drafted roving comes in a beautiful coil similar to a beehive or a nautical rope coil. It can be pulled for spinning or weaving directly from the box or bag without tangling or breakage. If you are processing your fiber to sell, this coil will make a very nice presentation.

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Subject:   Textile fiber industry Textile fabrics Woolen and worsted manufacturing Alpaca farming -- California

Title: Murdock Webbing Company, Inc.

URL: http://murdockwebbing.com/

Description: “As a small family owned business we are able to work closely with our customers. Together we can create innovative, domestically produced woven products that meet your needs. We have industry leading design experts specializing in visual, and technical constructions for optimal textile performance. We also provide services such as prototyping, light assembly, hot cutting, dyeing, and finishing.

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Subject:   Textile industry Textured woven fabrics Dye and dyeing

Title: NEWAIM Fiber Processing Mill

URL: http://newaimfibermill.com/

Description: "NEWAIM Fiber Mill is owned and operated by Nancy Williams and Al Maloney. We raised alpacas for almost 10 years. We currently have a small herd of CVM/Romeldale sheep, which is a critically endangered breed. Our farm is NEWAIM Farm and we usually have around 15 sheep on the property. Nancy has been knitting since she was a child and hand spinning since we bought our first alpacas in 1999. She now runs the fiber mill full time." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) -- Maine Textile industry -- Maine Woolen and worsted manufacture -- Maine Knitting -- Maine

Title: New Era Fiber

URL: http://newerafiber.com/

Description: "New Era Fiber LLC is an alpaca and llama fiber processing company. We provide award winning yarns and roving for the quality conscious knitter, crocheter, weaver or fiber artist. We have also developed a line of original knitting & crocheting patterns.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) -- Texas Textile industry -- Texas Woolen and worsted manufacturing -- Texas Textile fiber industry -- Texas Textile designs -- Texas

Title: NJ Fibershed

URL: http://njfibershed.com/

Description: "NJ Fibershed is working to create a network among independent fiber farmers raising small flocks of sheep, alpacas, goats, and other fiber animals in the state of New Jersey. Our goal is to promote face-to-face relationships between fiber animals, farmers, and fiber artists within our community. NJ Fibershed provides educational programs focused on small-scale fiber farming, such as animal care and fiber-processing, and we organize community outreach events for current and aspiring fiber farmers.

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Subject:   Wool industry -- Study and teaching -- New Jersey Textile workers -- Training of -- New Jersey Textile fiber industry -- New Jersey

Title: Oklahoma Mini Mill

URL: http://oklahomaminimill.com/

Description: "Welcome to Oklahoma Mini Mill!

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Subject:   Textile fiber industry -- Oklahoma Textile designers -- Oklahoma Felting -- Oklahoma Spinning -- Oklahoma

Title: Pacific Northwest Fibershed

URL: http://pacific-northwest-fibershed.com/

Description: "Pacific Northwest Fibershed, an affiliate of Fibershed, was founded by Shannon Welsh to support and develop regionally grown, regenerative textile systems. Shannon, an apparel and textile professional based in Portland, OR, has a heritage in the family farms of North Dakota, which is much of the inspiration behind her work. She envisions the emergence of a bio-regional textile community, that will support soil-to-soil processes in fiber, textile and garment production, within her native region, the Pacific Northwest. Shannon is also Co-founder of Fibrevolution Bast Fiber Producers, which is bringing bast fiber production back to the Pacific Northwest and beyond." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Garment industry Green products Textile industry

Title: Patrick Yarns

URL: http://patrickyarns.com/

Description: "As a world-leading manufacturer of high performance industrial yarns, Patrick Yarns is ready to meet the challenges of today's most demanding applications. We combine over 50 years of experience with cutting-edge technology to achieve breakthrough solutions and create powerful results for our clients." -- from the website, 2019.12.22

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Subject:   Textile fibers, Synthetic Textile designers Textile industry -- Study and teaching

Title: Kraemer Yarns

URL: http://patternsbykraemer.com/

Description: "Kraemer Yarns continues its legacy of spinning fine quality yarns for over a century.At the beginning was Kraemer Hosiery Mills, spinning & creating the most sought after silk stockings made in America. Time marches on and Kraemer Textiles diversified into carpet, upholstery & industrial yarns becoming one of the premier spinners of American made carpet yarns for companies like Burlington & Mohawk in the 60’s & 70’s. The business continued to diversify developing yarns in areas like paper production machinery, rope yarns and military contracts to name a few. Our mill’s ability to spin novelty yarns for which few other mills in the country had the production capabilities, brought us into the apparel industry. Establishing Kraemer Yarns also solidified our commitment to continue to develop new yarns & fiber blends offering more choices when our loyal shops and customers look to create their next traditional, timeless or fashion forward piece. Hand dying became more popular & more successful as a separate piece of our “maker” industry and dyers love our "naturals" selection. Kraemer Yarns roving is especially popular with spinners for the color selection & high level of consistency we offer. A yarn shop on our premises has given us the ability to have a wealth of fiber artists of all skill levels & abilities working with and testing yarns as they are in development." -- from website, 2020.10.19

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Subject:   Textile industry Textile design Woolen and worsted manufacturing Spinning Dyes and dyeing -- Textile fibers

Title: Rach-Al-Paca Fiber Processing

URL: http://rachalpacafarm.com/

Description: "Rach-Al-Paca Fiber Processing has been developed specifically to meet the unique qualities of fine fibers. We have designed the equipment to process your fleece with minimal damage and loss, and are able to return a superior quality roving or yarn.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile industry Green products Wool industry Woolen and worsted manufacture

Title: Ranch of the Oaks

URL: http://ranchoftheoaks.com/

Description: “Ranch of the Oaks is located on 10 acres in Prescott Valley, Arizona. We are on a prairie at almost 5000 ft., Colder weather, snow and have not gotten away from the WIND !

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Subject:   Textile fiber industry -- Arizona Textile workers -- Training of -- Arizona Woolen and worsted manufacturing -- Arizona

Title: Round Barn Fiber Mill, Round Barn Farm and Fiber Mill

URL: http://roundbarnfiber.com/

Description: “Round Barn Farm and Fiber Mill is owned by Jim and Margie Schafer. We are a family-run wool and fiber mill in northern Illinois, just four miles south of the Wisconsin border. Our adventures with fiber began many years ago. Margie grew up with fiber arts, learning to crochet and knit as a child. After the Schafers married, Jim surprised Margie one Christmas with a beautiful spinning wheel and a set of spinning lessons to go along with it. Margie learned to spin using (Jacob!) roving, but soon that was not enough, and she bought her first raw fleece. It happened to be a beautiful Jacob fleece. ... As we built a small flock of registered American Jacob Sheep, and learned to keep and care for our fiber animals, we gained experience processing their fiber into roving and yarn at home, and began to think about expanding these interests. ...

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Subject:   Sheep industry -- Illinois Textile fiber industry -- Illinois Wool industry -- Illinois Spinning -- Illinois Textile fibers, Synthetic -- Illinois

Title: Sallie's Fen Fibers, LLC

URL: http://salliesfenfibers.com/

Description: "We provide custom minimill processing of YOUR fiber into beautiful yarn, roving, batts and bumps. Sallie has been in love with natural fibers for as long as she can remember. She is a knitter and long-time hand spinner. She first became interested in alpacas (back in 1994) through working with their beautiful fleece. The mill mostly processes alpaca, but also processes other fibers including: wool, mohair, angora, and cashmere. The mill has been operating for 10 years and with time and experience we are better at producing an outstanding product. Each lot is processed according to its own merits." -- from the website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile industry Textile fabrics Woolen and worsted manufacture

Title: Skirted Fleece Mill

URL: http://skirtedfleecemill.com/

Description: "The fiber arts have been a long held tradition for Liz’s family.  She was taught to knit at a young age by her mother, who had been taught by her grandmother.  Later, she learned to spin both on a drop spindle and a wheel.  She continues to enjoy learning new knitting techniques while building the ever-increasing yarn stash.In 2010, Adam and Liz bought a 40 acre farm in Milanville, PA.  They combined their loves of animals and fiber to create Skirted Fleece Farm.  In March 2010, the adventure began with the arrival of six Tibetan yaks.  Together with a small herd of CVM sheep and three angora rabbits, their dream came to life.As Skirted Fleece Farm grew, Adam and Liz found that there was a need for a locally based fiber mill.  With a desire to spend more time both with each other and their animals, they decided to create a mill on the property to cater to the local farmers and artisans.  In 2013, Skirted Fleece Mill opened its doors." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile fiber industry -- Pennsylvania Woolen and worsted manufacturing -- Pennsylvania Textile designers -- Pennsylvania

Title: Stramba Farm

URL: http://strambafarmalpacas.com/

Description: “Artisan Fiber Mill offering full-service small batch processing with onsite Studio and Store. Studio offering classes, events, and Needle Felt Machine sales Store featuring our own yarns and other finished product made on-site from our Alpacas.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile fiber industry Artisans Felting

Title: Good Shepherd Fiber Mill

URL: http://thegoodshepherdfibermill.com/

Description: "We are a family owned business committed to providing you with quality processed fiber spun into yarn, core spun rug yarn, or as roving, batts, clouds, or needle felts. As a Christian Bible believing family, we guarantee that we will work extra hard to gain your trust and loyalty as customers. We have a very strong work ethic and maintain Biblical morals and values. We have lots of energy, are diligent workers, we love animals, and like to do crafts." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Colorado Textile fibers -- Colorado Woolen and worsted manufacturing -- Colorado

Title: The Weaving Mill

URL: http://theweavingmill.com/

Description: "The Weaving Mill is an artist-run industrial weaving studio in Chicago. We make projects of our own, textile and otherwise, that respond to the practice of running a small industrial mill. We design and make fabric in collaboration with other artists and designers. Working with people of diverse textile experience, we aim to fill the space between the hand and industrially made and bring the mechanics of textile production into wider view." -- from the website, 2019.12.22

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Illinois Workshops (Adult education) -- Illinois -- Chicago Woolen and worsted manufacturing -- Illinois Synthetic fibers -- Illinois

Title: Woolgatherer Carding Mill, TWM Eco Wool

URL: http://thewoolgatherer.com/

Description: "Situated within gazing reach of Mount Shasta in California’s expansive Shasta Valley lies one of the oldest operating carding machines in the country. Built in 1917, this vintage carding machine was originally designed to produce wool yarn. Since yarn cannot be spun with any remnants of vegetable matter, this machine removes more particulates than those normally used to produce batting. Updated and tuned to suit our custom carding operation, Woolgatherer Carding Mill produces some of the finest quality batting in the United States. Several more contemporary production lines round out the full service non-woven capability and textile offerings brought to market by Woolgatherer." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry Woolen and worsted manufacturing Textile fibers

Title: Three Rivers Fibershed

URL: http://threeriversfibershed.com/

Description: "Our Fibershed seeks to be a resource to our fiber community by providing opportunities for connection among farmers and mills, artists and makers, consumers and everyone in between." -- from the website, 2019.12.22

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Textile fibers Green products Textile industry

Title: Warwick Mills

URL: http://warwickmills.com/

Description: "Warwick Mills, headquarted in New Ipswich, NH, is a leader in the engineering of technical textiles for protective applications. We develop and integrate complex fiber composites for the most challenging safety applications. Our cooperative development strategy relies on our core technologies in technical textiles, custom adhesives, and performance coatings, from research and development to testing and full-scale manufacturing. This strategy ensures customer confidence for every challenge. Through every technological era of the past century, Warwick Mills has been a leader in the engineering and development of textiles, substrates and other protective materials for use in everything from high-performance sailcloth to aerospace and defense applications. Our team of engineers, technicians, chemists and manufacturing professionals partner each day to develop the technologies that protect lives, enable advanced tactical operations and make possible the exploration of our world and beyond." -- from the website, 2020.08.21

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Subject:   Textile designers Textile fabric industry Protective clothing -- Design and construction

Title: St. Peter Woolen Mill

URL: http://woolenmill.com/

Description: “At St. Peter Woolen Mill, we perfectly blend century-old wool processing traditions with modern technology to provide the best possible finished or semi-finished wool bedding product to our customers. A result of the St. Peter Woolen Mill’s dedication to quality is the Nature’s Comfort line. The Nature’s Comfort line includes a wool-filled comforter, wool pillow and a wool mattress pad.

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Subject:   Textile industry Green products Wool industry

Title: Worthington Acres Alpaca Farm & Fiber Mill, FeltPAC LLC

URL: http://worthingtonacresalpacas.com/

Description: "During 2009 we opened the Fiber Mill at Worthington Acres. Our growing client base allowed us to develop FeltPAC™ LLC. FeltPAC™ LLC offers a selection of natural alpaca fiber products. We can help you stock your store with Americas #1 selling alpaca product, FeltPAC™ shoe inserts. We also offer FeltPAC™ Dryer Balls. These balls are very popular and offer a chemical free alternative to dryer sheets. " -- from the website, 2019.12.22

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Subject:   Textile industry Alpaca (Textiles) Green products Textile fibers industry

Title: AAPN, American Apparel Producers' Network

URL: http://www.aapnetwork.net/

Description: "AAPN is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with members in North America, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, South America, Asia and Europe.

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Subject:   Textile fabric industry Clothing trade Textile industry

Title: American Fiber & Finishing

URL: http://www.affinc.com/

Description: “American Fiber & Finishing, Inc. (AF&F) is America’s leading provider of light and medium weight woven industrial fabrics, and the second largest manufacturer of cotton balls. Our supply chain spans the globe. AF&F’s manufacturing processes and R&D insights are unsurpassed in quality and imagination. Our commitment to R&D goes beyond our own initiatives; it extends to partnerships with our customers as we collaborate in the development of products that will fit their needs when no ready-made products are available in the market. AF&F offers some of the most competitive pricing in the industry, and in many cases, is the sole source of product for many of our customers’ specific applications.” -- from website, 2020.12.01

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Subject:   Cotton baling Textile fabrics Textile industry Weaving

Title: Andrews Knitting Mill

URL: http://www.akmknit.com/

Description: "Andrews Knitting Mills was started in 1920 by Eugene and Anna Andrews. The first products were sweaters, women's suits, and caps for the marching groups in the St. Paul Winter Carnival. Andrews Knitting Mills also made the cuffs for the jacket sleeves and pant legs on the matching snow suits. The business is still family run! And we operate in Minnesota so know what you need for cold weather!"-- from the website, 2020.10.12

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Textile industry Knitting

Title: America's Natural Fiberworks

URL: http://www.americasnaturalfiberworks.com/

Description: "America's Natural Fiberworks serves any natural fiber producer with a top quality yarn from their harvest. We help aid in the sustainability of fiber farms by taking their raw fiber that brings a small amount of money, to a finished product that can be sold for a much better return. With over 12 years in the alpaca fiber industry we appreciate the time and hard work that goes into breeding and caring for top quality fiber producing livestock. We feel you deserve the same top quality service put into the final phase of your fiber harvest. You can be guaranteed that your fiber will be processed on an individual basis and you will receive YOUR fiber back." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry Alpaca (Textile) Woolen and worsted manufacturing Synthetic fibers

Title: Argyle Fiber Mill

URL: http://www.argylefibermill.com/

Description: "We are a full service mill. We wash fiber with a mild, citrus-based detergent, recycle the water and allow the fiber to air dry. We process the fiber based on the specific needs of each customer. We produce clouds, roving, batts, and yarn. We support and supply local fiber producers and artisans. The Mill provides retail services, consignment opportunities, and a cozy space for knitters, spinners, and fiber-folks to gather." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Wisconsin Textile fiber industry -- Wisconsin Textile designers -- Wisconsin

Title: Bacon Felt Company, Inc.

URL: http://www.baconfelt.com/

Description: “Starting in 1825 as America's first felt factory, Bacon Felt has been a leader and Innovator of felt materials.

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Subject:   Production engineering -- New Hampshire Raw materials -- New Hampshire Felting -- New Hampshire Textile industry -- New Hampshire

Title: Belton Industries

URL: http://www.beltonindustries.com/

Description: "Belton Industries, Inc. is a specialty weaver of fabrics for furniture, military, industrial, civil engineering, environmental and agricultural markets. We employ state-of-the-art equipment to extrude polypropylene and polyethylene resins into yarns of various colors and performance attributes. These yarns are woven into narrow fabrics (less than 12 inches wide) and wide loom fabrics (up to 210 inches wide). Depending on the application or customer need, we can apply various fabric finishes along with custom printing and packaging. We operate a 200,000 square foot facility near Belton, SC and operate 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. We are U.S. owned and operated. We have tight quality control process designed to meet strict customer requirements and standards. We are able to ensure and certify our products meet performance and design criteria through our in-house laboratory testing facility which is A2LA and GAI-LAP accredited.

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Subject:   Textile fibers, Synthetic -- United States Textile fabrics -- United States Textile industry -- United States Weaving -- United States

Title: Andrews Industries Limited, Bondex

URL: http://www.bondexinc.com/

Description: "Founded in 1997, Bondex produces specialty nonwovens for a wide range of discerning customers who value innovation, quality and differentiated nonwoven fabrics which meet specific performance requirements. As a proud member of Andrew Industries Limited, we invest in technologies to support sustainable business relationships with our customers." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Textile industry Nonwoven fabrics

Title: National Cotton Council of America

URL: http://www.cotton.org/

Description: “As the central organization for the U.S. cotton industry, the Council's mission is to ensure the ability of all seven industry segments to compete effectively and profitably in the raw cotton, oilseeds and U.S.-manufactured products market at home and abroad.

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Subject:   Cotton -- Economic aspects Textile industry Cotton manufacture

Title: Crecent Sock Company

URL: http://www.crescentsockco.com/

Description: “Crescent Sock Company

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Subject:   Clothing trade Textile fabric industry Knitting

Title: DAK Americas

URL: http://www.dakamericas.com/

Description: "DAK Americas is one of the largest integrated producers of PET resins in the world and the main producer of polyester staple fibers in the Americas. DAK Americas is headquartered in Charlotte, NC, and is wholly owned by Alfa S.A.B. de C.V. of Monterrey, Mexico."-- from the website, 2020.09.03

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Subject:   Polymers Gums and resins Green products Textile industry Testile fibers

Title: Eagle Fabrics

URL: http://www.eaglefabrics.com/

Description: "Eagle Fabrics, a division of SFO Impact, Inc., is a wholesale fabric company that prides itself in fulfilling the knitting, dyeing, finishing, and printing needs of the apparel manufacturer. … Our product lines appeal to the sportswear, junior, contemporary, children’s, loungewear, dance, yoga, maternity, active-wear, eco-friendly, and outdoor markets featuring performance fabrics such as “Dri-Release” and body conscious fabrics such as Lenzing Modal."-- from the website, 2020.09.04

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Subject:   Clothing trade Textile fabric industry Textile designers

Title: Elevate Textiles

URL: http://www.elevatetextiles.com/

Description: “Elevate Textiles at a glance

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Sustainable development Textile designers Textile industry Textile fibers

Title: Peace Textile, Inc., Pacific Sports

URL: http://www.epacificsports.com/

Description: "Headquartered in Sumter, South Carolina, Peace Textile, Inc. was founded in 1992. Peace Textile, Inc. provides high end t-shirts with dyeing and finishing technology and delivers cotton and cotton-blended fabric with the best possible color, hand and shrinkage control on tubular fabric, nationwide."-- from the website, 2020.09.04

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Subject:   Cotton fabrics Textile fabrics Textile industry Weaving

Title: Evolution Knitwear

URL: http://www.evolutionknitwear.com/

Description: "The seeds for Evolution Knitwear were planted some 30 years ago on the farm while raising Angora goats for their Mohair. Our struggles back on the farm, of finding a consistent & sustainable market for our fiber, led us to the discovery of how value added processing could create new opportunities to market our fleece. We are champions of the Farm to Fashion movement and believe Wholegarment technology can be an incredible opportunity for small batch producers to open up new opportunities to connect directly with the consumer, broadening their customer base, and ultimately strengthening their economic bottom line." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry Green products Mohair industry

Title: Plexon, Experimental Fabrics

URL: http://www.experimentalfabrics.com/

Description: “Experimental Fabrics incorporated in the state of South Carolina in 1960.

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Subject:   Textile fabrics-- South Carolina Coated fabrics industry-- South Carolina Textile industry-- South Carolina Weaving -- South Carolina

Title: Faribault Woolen Mill Co.

URL: http://www.faribaultmill.com/

Description: "Today, in a historic mill nestled along the Cannon River in Minnesota, a nearly 150-year-old story is still being woven. The Faribault Woolen Mill endures as one of the last vertical woolen mills in America. Here, fifth generation craftspeople take raw wool and create blankets, throws, scarves and accessories of remarkable comfort and quality. Irreplaceable century-old machinery stands side by side with modern technology in our "new" mill, which was built in 1892." -- from website, 2020.10.22

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Subject:   Textile industry -- United States Wool industry -- United States Textile fabrics -- United States Woolen and worsted manufacture -- United States

Title: Felters Engineering Textiles, Felters

URL: http://www.felters.com/

Description: "Felters is in the business of engineering environmentally responsible solutions using a broad range of materials for industrial markets. If you need a specialized part, Felters can engineer, develop, and manufacture a solution.

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Subject:   Engineering and manufacturing industries Green products Textile industry

Title: Franco Manufacturing Company, Inc.

URL: http://www.franco-mfg.com/

Description: "Franco Manufacturing Co., Inc. was founded in 1952 by David E. Franco and his three sons. Now in its third generation, the Company’s commitment to product innovation, quality and service continues to keep pace in a competitive marketplace.

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Subject:   Textile designers Textile industry Textile fabric industry

Title: Glen Raven

URL: http://www.glenraven.com/

Description: "We may have started out as a cotton mill in 1880, but today we are so much more. As a marketing-oriented company, industry leaders come to Glen Raven to find innovative solutions for their companies. Customers count on Glen Raven for everything from research and development, dying, spinning, weaving and finishing, all the way down to distribution and logistics. In the markets we serve – awning, marine, furniture, protective, military, geosynthetics and more—customers trust Glen Raven associates as experts in their fields. Our broad range of offerings and global presence allow for customers to get the innovative solutions they need. However, we are not your typical large company. Our individual customers get the attention and focus on detail typical of a small organization. So not only do you get the solution you need, our unparalleled support is there every step of the way."-- from the website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Textile designers Dyes and dyeing Textile industry Weaving

Title: Green Matters Natural Dye Company

URL: http://www.greenmattersnaturaldyecompany.com/

Description: "Natural dyes offer a more sustainable production option to businesses selling textile based products. The natural dye studio at Green Matters works with makers, designers, and production teams to produce the color they desire from plant materials. Every fiber accepts botanical dye in different ways, making every dye lot we produce 100% unique. We partner with a variety of mills, farms and other textile manufacturing businesses to help clients who want to source sustainable fibers and finishing services." -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile industry Green products Textile fabrics Dyes and dyeing

Title: Greenwood Mills Inc.

URL: http://www.greenwoodmills.com/

Description: "Every week, we produce more than a million yards of fabric. We’ve been weaving fabrics for more than 125 years. Our exceptional products are the result of our unparalleled expertise and attention to detail. Our customers return to us again and again to manufacture fabrics that offer exceptional performance and meet the highest standards."-- from the website, 2020.09.04

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Spinning Weaving Textile industry

Title: Hamrick Mills

URL: http://www.hamrickmills.com/

Description: "In January of 1900, a new textile organization was formed in Gaffney, South Carolina under the name of Limestone Mills, with Dr. Wylie C. Hamrick elected as Secretary and Treasurer -- in effect, the chief operating officer. Already an influential figure in the community as a doctor, owner of drugstores and a dry goods store, and chair of a committee that oversaw the formation of Cherokee County in 1897, Dr. Hamrick and other investors created Limestone Mills to manufacture window shade cloth. Later renamed Hamrick Mills, the company is firmly woven into the fabric of the county, the state and the textile industry. Its hands-on family structure gives Hamrick Mills a culture that ensures integrity, flexibility, responsiveness and total commitment to customer needs." -- from the website, 2019.11.01

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Subject:   Textile industry Textile fabric industry Woven textiles

Title: Huntingdon Yarn Mill

URL: http://www.hymill.com/usa/

Description: “Huntingdon Yarn Mill has been operating in Northeast Philadelphia for over 60 years. The mill provides a facility for three important yarn-refining processes. Raw materials are subjected to these processes in order to generate novelty yarns. The company caters to a high-end niche market that uses the yarns to produce fine clothing, crafts, and upholstery fabrics. Huntingdon Yarn Mill is the only operating manufacturing company of its kind in the United States.” -- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Textile fabrics -- Pennsylvania Garment industry -- Pennsylvania Fiber industry -- Pennsylvania Textile industry -- Pennsylvania

Title: I Make Yarn

URL: http://www.imakeyarn.com/

Description: “Eddie Van Hout, the head of the operation, is the official yarn maker, his daughter Misty works side-by-side in the mill with her father, his youngest daughter Natalie keeps the mill clean and organized, while his wife, Candace handles all of marketing and public relations.

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Subject:   Textile industry Alpaca (Textile) Textile fibers industry

Title: J.B. Martin

URL: http://www.jbmartin.com/

Description: "For almost two centuries, JB Martin has been making the finest woven velvets in the world. Today, JB Martin is the oldest continuous manufacturer of woven velvets. Our enduring lineage traces its history back to the invention of the double shuttle loom. In 1832, Jean Baptiste Martin founded the company and revolutionized the velvet manufacturing industry with his new innovative loom that produced velvet five times faster than the existing technology. Velvet has been the company’s passion for over 180 years and our products are recognized worldwide as the standard of the industry."-- from the website, 2020.09.04

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Subject:   Textile industry Weaving

Title: KM Fabrics

URL: http://www.kmfabrics.com/

Description: “In 1979, Richard Heusel left a textile manufacturer in Greenville, S.C. to found KM Fabrics. Since then, KM has become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of velvet. Our textiles are still made in the USA at our plant at historic Brandon Mill.

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Subject:   Textile fabrics -- United States Velour industry -- United States Velvet industry -- United States Textile industry -- United States

Title: Kusters Zima Corp., Zima Corporation

URL: http://www.kusterszima.com/

Description: “Kusters was originally founded in Krefeld Germany in 1949. Our U.S. operations located in Spartanburg S.C. were established through a partnership between Kurt Zimmerli, founder of Zima Corporation (1969), and Eduard Kusters Maschinenfabrik (1974), forming Kusters Zima Corp. Kusters is best known as a worldwide leader in manufacturing dyeing and finishing equipment for textiles and carpet as well as paper machinery produced in Germany, with a specialty in stainless steel manufacturing.

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Subject:   Textile industry Textile machinery -- Design and construction

Title: Lang Ligon & Company, Inc.

URL: http://www.langligon.com/

Description: "Lang Ligon & Co., Inc. supplies the textile industry with machinery and accessories for the weaving, knitting and finishing sectors.

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Subject:   Knitting Textile machinery Textile fabrics Weaving Textile industry

Title: Lee Dyeing Co., Inc.: Embossing Division, Lee Dyeing Co., Inc.

URL: http://www.leedyeing.com/

Description: "Lee Dyeing Co. is a contract roller embossing plant located in Johnstown, New York about 50 miles west of Albany. We have been refining our embossing process for over 50 years. By embossing with rollers, we are able to produce a consistent, continuous pattern with no match lines. Rollers also offer a range of widths to fit any fabric or leather size. We specialize in fabric embossing and leather embossing for upholstery, intimate apparel, window treatments, wall coverings, apparel, bedding, and swimwear. Recently our embossing process has also been used for automotive transmissions, military wear, silicone chip manufacturing, and outerwear. Some of our customers include Foss Mfg., Edelman Leather, Darlington, Hytex Industries, Amonea.

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Subject:   Embossing (Leatherwork) -- United States Textile industry -- United States Dyes and dyeing -- Textile fibers -- United States

Title: Lincoln Fabrics

URL: http://www.lincolnfabrics.com/

Description: "Lincoln Fabrics recognizes that our customers are the driving force behind our company therefore we have created an organizational environment that is dedicated to supporting every customer with a motivated workforce, an inspired R&D Department and a skilled management team. Lincoln Fabrics forgoes the use of a middleman and prefers to sell directly to customers. We have a wide range of customers who depend on our technical expertise and ability to respond quickly to give them the edge over their competition.

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Subject:   Synthetic fibers industry -- Canada Synthetic fibers industry -- United States Textile industry -- United States Textile industry -- Canada

Title: Loom Craft, Inc.

URL: http://www.loomcraftinc.com/

Description: Loom Craft, Inc. makes finely crafted fabrics and create tapestry throws and hanging tapestries. We have a digital catalog that highlights all of our products that are available for purchase.

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Subject:   Textile designers Textile fabric industry Textile industry Weaving

Title: Minnesota Knitting Mills

URL: http://www.mnknit.com/

Description: "Minnesota Knitting Mills, Inc, is an expert custom manufacturer of circular and tubular knit, flat knit, jacquard knit, jersey knit, fleece knit, trim knit, knit hats, braid and filters. "-- from the website, 2020.10.08

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Textile industry Knitting

Title: Monterey Mills

URL: http://www.montereymills.com/

Description: "It is our mission at Monterey Mills to be the premium supplier of knitted pile fabric and to be recognized as a leader in the industry. We shall continue to provide our customers with a product they can be proud of and to assist them in the growth of their business. We shall provide our valued employees with an environment in which they can learn, grow, achieve success, and participate in the success of our common vision. "-- from website, 2020.12.21

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Subject:   Knit goods -- Economic aspects -- United States Textile workers -- Training of -- United States Textile industry -- United States Knit goods industry -- United States

Title: Mount Vernon Mills, Inc.

URL: http://www.mvmills.com/

Description: “Mount Vernon Mills, Inc. is a diversified and integrated manufacturer of textile, chemical and related products for the apparel, industrial, institutional, and commercial markets. Products include denim, piece dyed and flame resistant fabrics for apparel, pocketing, textile sizing and finishing chemicals.

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Subject:   Dyes and dyeing Clothing trade Textile industry Protective clothing -- Design and construction

Title: NCTO, National Council of Textile Organizations

URL: http://www.ncto.org/

Description: "The National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) is a unique association representing the entire spectrum of the textile industry. From fibers to finished products, machinery manufacturers to power suppliers, NCTO is the voice of the U.S. textile industry. "-- from the website, 2020.10.13

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Subject:   Woolen and worsted manufacture Knit goods industry -- United States Textile industry -- United States

Title: New Bedford Thread Company

URL: http://www.newbedfordthread.com/

Description: “Established in 1953, New Bedford Thread Company is headquartered in New London, CT.

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Subject:   Textile industry Weaving Garment industry Cotton fabrics

Title: Opperman Group

URL: http://www.oppermann-bandweberei.de/en/

Description: "We are a successful international family run business. Growth and a vision for the future have made us one of the world's leading webbing weaving companies. Despite our growth, the traditional values of a family run company have not been forgotten. We will continue to do this in the future and will be a constant, reliable partner for our customers.

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Subject:   Textile fabrics Webbing Textile industry Weaving

Title: Poole Company

URL: http://www.poolecompany.com/

Description: "More than 35 years ago, the Poole Company opened its doors and is now one of the leading distributors of recycled_fibers and virgin polyester fibers. We design, manufacture, and provide technical services for fiber products across major markets with emphasis on sustainability and value to the customer. By specializing in recycled fibers, spinning fibers (textile fibers), nonwovens fibers, heavy denier and microdenier, and fiberfill, the Poole Company provides a high-quality product to domestic and international markets.

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Subject:   Textile fibers industry Polyester fibers industry Textile industry Green products

Title: Sextet Fabrics, Inc.

URL: http://www.sfknits.com/

Description: "Sextet is primarily a domestic fine gauge knit converter. We produce fabrics to order, and also stock almost a half a million yards of fabric for immediate delivery."-- from website,

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Subject:   Green products -- United States Knit goods industry -- United States Textile industry -- United States Weaving -- United States

Title: Signet Mills

URL: http://www.signetmills.com/

Description: “Signet Mills is a family owned and operated United States textile manufacturer with a company-wide commitment to excellence.

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Subject:   Textile fabrics -- South Carolina Textile industry -- South Carolina Textile industry -- United States Textile fabrics -- United States

Title: South Fork Industries Inc.

URL: http://www.southforkind.com/

Description: "South Fork Industries has been doing commission dyeing and finishing for more than 20 years."-- from the website, 2020.10.12

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Subject:   Textile finishing Textile fibers industry Textile industry Dyes and dyeing

Title: Sterling Wool Mill

URL: http://www.sterlingwoolmill.com/

Description: "PB Sterling WoolNook & Mill, LLC offers Personalized Fiber Processing. Specializing in Small Batch Service. PB Sterling WoolNook & Mill, LLC offers lessons in skirting, fiber preparation, scouring, knitting, and spinning. We also offer custom dyeing, and blending. I hold certification as an ASI Certified Wool Classer and I am also seeking to become a certified Alpaca fleece classer. Our mission is to preserve the traditional, sustainable crafts of our forefathers, sharing our evergrowing knowledge with others, providing a quality service to small homesteads/farms and to provide quality products." -- from the website, 2020.08.21

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Subject:   Textile industry -- Pennsylvania Textile workers -- Training of -- Pennsylvania Woolen and worsted manufacturing -- Pennsylvania Wool scouring -- Pennsylvania Spinning -- Pennsylvania

Title: Vidalia Mills

URL: http://www.vidaliamills.com/

Description: “A little about us...

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Subject:   Textile fabrics -- Louisiana Textile industry -- Louisiana Textile industry -- Environmental aspects -- Louisiana Weaving -- Louisiana Sustainable development -- Louisiana

Title: Zeilinger Wool Company Fiber Processing, Zellinger Wool Company

URL: http://www.zwool.com/

Description: "Zeilinger Wool Company will soon achieve it's fourth generation family member to continue our tradition in the year 2020 of proudly processing natural fibers for you. It brings us pure joy to serve you, not just our customers but our friends. Our family has been processing wool for over a century and our personal service has been our trademark over the years.

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Subject:   Alpaca (Textile) Textile industry Textile fibers industry Textile fabrics

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