Abington Decorating Supplies,
135 Stimpson Avenue,
Jim Dickens operates from our head quarters in Lichfield, Staffordshire.
We are a privately owned company, run by a small dedicated group of people, each person totally responsible for their specialist area of our business.
We pride ourselves on giving you, our customer, the very best in customer service and efficiency.
Our aim has been to create a beautiful collection of high value textiles rich in colour and texture.
The collection includes sumptuous chenilles, fabulous damasks and wonderful contemporary stripes, all suitable for curtains and upholstery.
To find out more about Jim Dickens texiles please follow this link.
ADS fabrix are the official supplier of Jim Dickens quality textiles in Northampton why not come and see us at our shop in Stimpson Avenue………..
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Abington Decorating Services
135 Stimpson Avenue
Northampton NN1 4JN
Nearly everybody for whom Jim Dickens fabrics are a genuine passion will find the
fun of handling textiles and the exploration of their potential -
From Jim Dickens wide-
At Abington Decorating Supplies, you can handle lots of Jim Dickens fabrics samples to see how they would work for your interior design ideas.
Both the construction of a weave and the choice of yarn impact the ultimate character of the fabric. Different weave structures used on the same yarn will create substantially distinctive finished fabrics. Smooth cotton sateen, for instance, looks nothing like muslin, even though both of them are crafted from cotton. This is almost solely because of the way each is woven.
Plain weave is the simplest and most obvious method of weaving a length of cloth. The weft threads (those travelling widthways across the loom) go under and over alternate warp threads (those travelling lengthways across the loom). On the next row, the warp thread travels over the weft thread where previously it went under, and under it where it went over. Rotating row by row, this design repeats itself.
In many woven cloths, the warp threads are put together on a loom initially (in many
different forms) and then the weft threads are woven through them. In a few fabrics,
Various yarns -
Cloth can be dyed once woven (piece-
Fabric as a soft furnishing
Applying Jim Dickens fabrics to furniture and using them for furnishings are endlessly
rewarding; they are so versatile, and full of scope. Many reasons exist for wanting
to cover a settee in fabric, for example: possibly for ordinary functional reasons,
or for a change of mood or lifestyle; for comfort -