English Cotton?

English Cotton?

Posted by Andrew Frogson on

Those Dark Satanic Mills of history. Never to return. Why would they? Well there is a return of the Mill, but not so Dark & Satanic. A new Cotton Mill has arrived back in Manchester. So could this be the revival of the Rag Trade here in the UK? We are not convinced, but we will try anything once. We decided to trial the fabric and manufacture a Mens shirt using this "English" Fine Cotton. The fabric had to be sent away to our Production facility offshore. Why? Because it is so expensive to make samples here in the UK. Also our...

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Sauce & Brown Chambray Shirt

Sauce & Brown Chambray Shirt

Posted by Anthony Wallis on
Tags: Shirt

Back in May 2015, we released the Chambray Shirt.  A beautiful piece woven in 50's long staple comapct yarn. We trimmed the shirt with a sharp red matching cuffs & collar and using white stitching. We knew as soon as we received it that it was a stunning piece.   To us at Sauce & Brown the shirts are not just shirts but pieces we have created. We think, we create and take passion in what we do.  We dont want to be part of the Clonesville High Street. We want our pieces to remain One of One Hundred.  So...

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Cotton - Not just a fabric

Cotton - Not just a fabric

Posted by Anthony Wallis on
Tags: Shirt

You may buy a shirt, because you like it.    We hope you buy ours, because you like them.    Shirts can be made from Cotton, Poly Cotton, Cotton Rich etc, but we like to use pure unadulterated cotton.  Most of our shirts are made from what we call a 50’s cotton, but now we have started using 60’s & 80’s too. Confused? Don’t be.    50′ Cotton poplin is very durable, with a tight weave, which retains it smoothness. Our Ants Shirt is made from this fabric. This fabric was originally manufactured in the Papal town of Avington. The...

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