Our approach to sustainability is focused on four core categories; Products, Processes, Environment and Social.
Lancia Monte CarloRead more
In July 2019, Humphries Weaving were contacted by the production company responsible for the filming of Quests series “Salvage Hunters Classic Cars”. Curve Media’s requirement was to source a fabric for the interior of a 1970’s Lancia Monte Carlo. Click here to read about this exciting project.
Year in reviewRead more
Our last day at the mill this year is Tuesday 22nd December 2020 and we look forward to returning to assist you on Thursday 7th January 2021.
The Historic Buildings, Parks & Gardens 2020, (Virtual HBPGE)Read more
This year we welcome the first Virtual HBPGE2020. The annual AGM and exhibition this year transforms itself into a digital platform showcasing some of the countries most prestigious manufacturers, designers and architects.
We are hiringRead more
We are looking for an Account Manager to join our busy and friendly team in Sudbury, Suffolk.
British Textile Week 2020Read more
On the 9th of September the United Kingdom Fashion & textile Association, (UKFT,) launched British Textile Week.. This provided a digital showcase of the craftsmanship, creativity and technical skills of the UK textile industry.
Jacquard fabric designRead more
Our Jacquard fabric design is popular for walling, curtains and upholstery throughout both historic & contemporary interiors.
Historic Textiles for the METRead more
The highly influential and venerable institution of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York celebrates its 150th year anniversary this year. We take a look at some of the projects we have collaborated on since Humphries inception in 1972.
Textile FibresRead more
We use our knowledge of textile fibres to design and to create fabrics balancing a multitude of characteristics, considering, include lustre, weight, texture and performance.
Half SilksRead more
In England half Silk Damasks reached the peak of their popularity in the early to mid-18th. Humphries are still weaving today many half silks such as Camlets, Bombazines, Taborets and Damasks.