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TLC Kanvas Designs

TLC Kanvas Designs is a Woman-owned business that has been perfecting, manufacturing, and selling textiles and leather products for over 30 years. Headquartered in Bellville, Ohio, TLC Kanvas Designs is a small town business, with small town values and big city ideas,

ambitions, and connections. Our company is known for our ability to design, manufacture, and distribute only the best products to businesses, charity organizations, non-profits, government contracts, and even individual customers. In the past, we have provided high quality goods to companies as large as Fortune 100, and as small as the local high school booster club- no order is too small, or too big- we do it ALL!

Artex Knitting Mills, Inc

Artex Knitting Mills, Inc. Artex is one of the last knitting mills left in America.  We have been manufacturing knitted and fleece accessories since 1926.  More than half our styles are manufactured here is the USA.  We are also proud to be a union shop.  Look to us for USA & Union made knit hats, scarves, legwarmers, armwarmers, ties, and other accessories.


Flexsystems has been manufacturing in San Diego since 1994. We offer to the apparel industry custom pvc patches, emblems, velcro cuffs for jackets and medical braces, custom zipper pulls for jackets and bags, custom sew on labels and heat seal pvc labels.

Woven Label Source

Woven Label Source We are premier clothing and woven label suppliers and a textile research and development firm. Small minimums. Cutting edge textile research. Rush service available.

Family Heirloom Weavers

Family Heirloom Weavers has 40 looms that were destined to the scrap heap. Starting in the early 1980s we started to rescue these looms from the scrap yard and are by all definition; a working museum. Family Heirloom Weavers are dedicated to traditional weaving of the early textile practices of homespun woven goods. Because of our strong belief in USA made products as well as doing our part to help keep domestic manufacturing here. Our raw goods come from the Carolinas and our yarns are dyed in Philadelphia. You will see our work in museums, movies, historic presidential homes and the retail consumer of the post American Revolution traditional style. Now, we are broadening our market by weaving to include the hip, trendy and eclectic styles of today. Check out our Vintage Farm, Mid Century Modern, Cabin/Rustic/Southwest.

Satin Serenity

In 2004, we decided to share our family beauty secret with the world and launched our women-owned small business, Satin Serenity. As a hair stylist to some of the most famous actresses during Hollywood's Golden Age, Great Aunt Amy recommended sleeping on a satin pillowcase to maintain the beautiful hair and skin of her elite clientele. For three generations and nearly half a century, our family has made satin pillowcases for our own personal comfort and anti-aging benefits. After receiving numerous requests from others who wanted the same high quality satin pillowcases, and after years of making them as gifts for friends and family, we decided it was time to offer our top beauty secret to everyone. Known for reducing hair damage, minimizing sleep lines on the face, and maintaining moisture balance in the hair and skin, Satin Serenity Pillowcases are now top sellers in spas, salons and retail boutiques nationwide. Recommended by top beauty experts from hair stylists to cosmetic surgeons, our pillowcases, which are made with the highest quality Peau de Soie satin, have been featured in numerous magazines and beauty blogs, and given as corporate and VIP gifts. We have expanded our line of comfort and beauty sleep items to also include satin travel pillows, luxury travel kits, throw blankets, aromatherapy eye pillows, and luxury linens for spa treatment tables. We are excited to also offer silk pillowcases and travel pillows, launching the beginning of 2017. Our entire line of luxury sleep products can be purchased online at

Hamrick Mills

Hamrick Mills produces top-quality greige woven fabrics for use in the home furnishings, industrial, apparel and support apparel markets. Two state-of-the-art vertical manufacturing facilities produce fabrics in widths from 48? to 135?, and in weights ranging from <2 to 6 ounces/sq. yard.

Proudly Made in the USA

Our lines of fabrics are produced entirely in the USA at our two state-of-the-art plants in Gaffney, South Carolina at the very center of the Southeast's I-85 growth corridor.

LuRay Textiles, Inc.

LuRay Textiles, Inc. uses American made yarns to make fabrics here in the USA. We are a circular knitting company and have been in business for over 30 years. We make fabrics with cotton, poly, Kevlar, Nomex, pbi and many other yarns. We also sell wiping cloths - from a lint free bleached cotton cloth to a light weight grease rag. These cloths are used by many companies for a variety of purposes from cleaning cars, varnishing furniture, cleaning up grease, etc.

At LuRay Textiles, INC our business is providing quality made in America fabrics to customers world wide.

Majilite Corporation

Majilite Corporation manufactures synthetic leather for several industries including Apparel, Footwear and others. The advantages of polyurethane synthetic leather include lighter and stronger than leather, and there is an almost infinite selection of colors, grains, embossed pattern, quilting and laminated backings. All products are made in Dracut MA of US and imported components. The domestic content of almost all products is in excess of 50%. We employ 140 people and have been in business since 1940.

Heritage Lace Inc.

Heritage Lace Inc. Manufacturing in North Carolina and Iowa is an integrated textile supplier with state-of-the art manufacturing facilities in Oxford, North Carolina, and finishing and shipping facilities in Pella, Iowa. The firm maintains corporate showrooms at 230 Fifth Avenue in New York and the Atlanta Home Textiles center, and exhibits at national and regional trade shows. A leader in design, product innovation and quality since 1983, Heritage features the appeal of tradition in home decor. More than 95% of the line is made in America and sold through independent specialty retailers throughout the U.S. and Canada.

American Grown Spun Milled

American Grown Spun Milled Fabric without a passport - American Grown•Spun•Milled's sustainable and organic fabrics are made in America from seed to shelf. Support organic agriculture, green jobs, and a lower carbon footprint by helping create a sustainable, local fabric economy.

**Please note this company also sells imported fabric. We are only linking to their Made in the USA collection** Please check the label before buying anything!

National Textile Industries

National Textile Industries, has been supplying broadcloth and trimmings since 1958, when Sal Gagliano and his father Thomas launched the small trimming house, National Bias Binding, on the lower east side of New York City. Today , National Textile Industries converts poly cotton broadcloth for every imaginable manufacturer from home furnishings to medical products. In addition, our bias binding division produces approximately 295 million yards of trimming a year. National Textile Industries has developed an unsurpassed reputation in the industry for our quality fabric and our in stock program of over 150 solid colors.

Schoen Trimming and Cord

Schoen Trimming and Cord Company has been the leader in the trimming industry for 60 years. We are known for our high quality products that are manufactured in our own factory, located in midtown Manhattan. Our total integrated facilities offer fast delivery, diversity of colors, and competitive prices. Our product line includes: Graduation Products, Religious ... Cincture Cords, Fez Tassels, Bookmark Tassels, Menu Tassels, Napkin Holders.

Mirrix Tapestry & Bead Looms, Ltd.

Mirrix Tapestry & Bead Looms, Ltd. of Wisconsin makes portable, metal looms that have a variety of uses (from tapestry and bead weaving to wire and inkle weaving) and can be used by beginners to professional artists alike. They are manufactured in the United States of America out of copper, aluminum, threaded steel rod and finished with handmade wooden clips. Claudia Chase, President of Mirrix Looms, designed the first Mirrix in 1996 to meet her own portable weaving needs and runs the business out of her studio in New Hampshire. Her daughter, Elena, is Mirrix marketing director working out of her studio in Seattle. The Mirrix looms are manufactured in Wisconsin, where the company was founded in 1996

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