Welcome to Textile World Innovation Forum

Our website will help you to make your choice of textiles while also being able to keep abreast of the new innovations and the best quality designs available. These textiles will take you on a journey of discovery as they enable you to discover through portraits of artisans and designers a whole world of brilliant expertise.

This site will help you learn how to choose textiles, which are ideal for you and cater well to your needs.

You are able to get in touch to comment advice and find out about textiles or something else you feel we’d be able to help you with. We provide detailed information on textile from around the world. Although our biggest seller at the moment is definitely Block Printing, which is used in India.

Our company is very committed to the high quality of our textiles and aims to highlight the issues around them to create more responsible consumers. The fabrics that we offer are manufactured under fair working conditions (for fabrics made in India) or controlled and in line with ILO guidance (International Labour Organization).

History of the textile industry today:

The textile is an important part of our society today. The Innovation and use of textiles are seemingly unlimited.

Between 1450 and 1800, textile production was second only to agriculture in economic importance. It employed more people and produced more profit than any other manufactured product. Production and trade existed at two levels. Everywhere peasants and villagers turned locally grown wool and flax into fabric and clothing for themselves and their neighbors. The cloth they produced was of poor quality and not designed for export to distant markets. On top of this local market sat a large and lucrative luxury trade in silk, wool, linen, and (eventually) cotton fabric, the most important of which were heavy woolens. The customers for these fabrics were wealthy landowners, government and church officials, merchants, financiers, aristocrats, and master craftsmen in Europe, Asia and the Levant.