Weave your design
Give us your design, your logo, a picture – or explore our collections and customize your favourite pieces. We design and weave any textile product you would like.
Embroider your logo
Embroider your logo to add a subtle personalized touch on your favourite tea towels, aprons, tablecloths or serviettes. It makes the perfect corporate gift!
Getting textiles ready for display can be both tricky and time consuming. We therefor deliver your creations "shelf ready". Let us know whether you want them folded, rolled or hanged.!
More about Customized Tablecloths
Tablecloths help setting the mood and atmosphere to meals. But it can also be used to represent a brand. We help our customers create their own patterns, embracing anything from company values to its heritage or the surrounding nature.
The Jacquard weaving technique needs a lot more yarn than simple weaving techniques. This is because the pattern is woven into the fabric, making it a bit thicker, with the design showing on both sides. We prefer using sustainably sourced natural fibers, like cotton or linen. The result is a tablecloth that is both durable and elegant, with a pattern that never fades.
It can be quite hard to find tablecloths in the right size for your table. Especially if it’s very large or extravagantly shaped. Customized designs are of course made with exact measures, but we also provide custom sized tablecloths with ready made designs.
Short on How to design your own throws
You might have lot’s of ideas flowing and a stunning pattern in mind. Sketch it out or write down a description. Our designer will draw an online sketch that fully captures the design. Or maybe our Bogolan linen throw really caught your breath and you know just the right colour for it. And you want to make it bigger? Smaller? Thicker? Let us just clarify something before we move on: whatever you would like to do – yes, it is possible.
Choosing fibre composition.
We prefer using natural fibres like linen, bamboo and cotton when creating fabrics. These are sustainably sourced and enable us to weave textiles of highest quality. Naturally, we recommend our customers to use the same. Linen gives a rich structure and has a beautiful, dimmed down natural colour. Cotton is soft an light. Bamboo gives warmth, softness and heaviness to the throw. You can make a pure linen, cotton or bamboo throw, or mix these fibres, to explore an even wider range of properties.
How long does it take?
The time it takes to create a customized throw differs from project to project. But a common time frame is 12-16 weeks, from idea to finished product. Want it to go faster? According to our experience, communication is the key. If you’re as fast at replying to emails as we are, the project might finish early!
Let us know how we can help with your project.
Pictures of projects
Frequently Asked Questions
For customized designs, the minimum order quantity is 100m. That makes about 350 standard sized tea towels or 20 throws. You can make 3 designs per 100m.
The time it takes to create a customized design differs from project to project. But a common time frame is 16 weeks, from idea to finished product. Want it to go faster? According to our experience, communication is the key. If you’re as fast at replying to emails as we are, the project might finish early!
With a Jacquard loom and some cotton or linen yarn, our skilled textile designer and Cut, Make, Trim (CMT) team can create almost anything.
Home textiles are always appreciated as corporate gifts. We also do customized designs for home decorating projects, hotels and lodges.
Here is a list of jacquard woven products we often make for customers:
- Hand towel
- Bath sheet
- Bath mat
- Toiletry bag
- Make up bag
- Pencil case
- Pouch bag
- Tote bag
- Computer bag
- Oven gloves
- Pot holder
- Bread basket
- Tea towel
- Kitchen towel
What are you looking to customize? Your own line of home textiles, maybe. Or create some Bogolan linen throws in your favourite color tones. How about designing tea towels, embellished with your company logo, as a corporate gift?
Using the french jacquard weaving technique, almost anything is possible. But it can be tricky to find a design that truly reflects your business. Whatever you want to create, we help you adapt your design ideas to your company’s graphic profile.
To get your ideas flowing, here are a few projects we have weaved for customers:
- A photograph of an elephant on a linen tea towel for Sabi Sabi
- A tea towel with a woven image of Shackleton’s Antarctic expedition for a luxury Antarctica cruise
- The image of Mocaa Museum woven on a tea towel
- Jacquard woven toiletry bags with geometric pattern for La Petit Ferme
- Bath sheets and cotton towels inspired by Muizenberg’s colourful surf shacks for Surf Emporium
- Balylonstoren’s distinguished graphics on a tea towel
- Bogolan throws in the colors of the African bush for Motswari Private Lodge
- Linen tea towels decorated with animals from the European forest for Vignamaggio.
Come by our showroom in the heart of Woodstock and get inspired by our new take on traditional African patterns and woven graphics. We have a large stock of innovative designs – exclusively for showroom visitors.
To find the right fibre composition for your customized textiles is of great importance. The color intensity, structure of the jacquard woven pattern and feel of the fabric differs depending on what fibres you choose.
We create fabrics made of natural fibres: French linen, bamboo and African cotton (SmiA Standard). The fibres are sustainable and enable us to weave textiles of highest quality, creating everything from richly structured bedroom textiles to elegant kitchen linen.
We gladly advise you on what fibres might work best for your customized design. Book a meeting with us or simply come by our showroom in Woodstock for inspiration! We have a large stock of innovative designs – exclusively for showroom visitors. The collection includes: 100% linen throws, 100% cotton tea towels, a mix of cotton and linen bed sheets and a heavy, warm bamboo and linen throw. Let us know what fabric compositions piques your curiosity.
The cotton is sourced in Africa and produced according to the Cotton made in Africa Standards (CmiA). The linen is sourced in France to ensure that the production is sustainable and the fibers are of highest quality.