Our Fabrics

Using 200 year old New England-made hand looms, each piece of fabric is custom dyed and woven to our client’s unique specifications.  The natural dyes of the 18th and 19th century are used whenever possible to duplicate the rich, subtle shades that make historic fabrics so remarkable.

 

From start to finish, Eaton Hill fabrics are crafted by hand.  The deliberate pace of work, free from automated machines, ensures the closest attention to detail throughout production.  

 

Because of the experience and expertise of the Eaton Hill artisans, all parts of the process, from yarn selection to the finishing touches of custom woven trim, combine to produce fabrics of heirloom quality. 

 

The fabrics displayed on our website represent only a few examples of our past work. To see the fabrics in person, order samples, or contact us to discuss a new commission. 

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© 2014, Eaton Hill Textile Works.

Photos appear courtesy of: Kate Smith, Justin Squizzero, Zoe Sheehan Saldana, Alison Pyott, Lisa Hardaway, Peter Fischer, & Ellie Blachly.