Country Style Fabrics

Get the country look with a mixture of tattersall checks and brushed cotton fabrics. All these fabrics would compliment a tweed jacket beautifully in order to get that country look. These fabrics are bulkier than our fine poplins so they are also warmer.

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    *Fife 98 Claret Check Fabric

    *Fife 98 Claret Check Fabric

    £12.74 p/m
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    *Fife 99 Baby Blue Check Fabric

    *Fife 99 Baby Blue Check Fabric

    £12.74 p/m
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    *Jersey silent night plain navy solid fabric

    *Jersey silent night plain navy solid fabric

    £12.44 p/m
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    Bronte brown moleskin fabric

    Bronte brown moleskin fabric

    £21.70 p/m
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  • Bronte dark olive moleskin fabric

    Bronte dark olive moleskin fabric

    £21.70 p/m
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    Bronte maroon moleskin fabric

    Bronte maroon moleskin fabric

    £21.70 p/m
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  • Bronte navy moleskin fabric

    Bronte navy moleskin fabric

    £21.70 p/m
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  • Fife 20 blue brushed cotton check fabric

    Fife 20 blue brushed cotton check fabric

    £12.74 p/m
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  • Fife 20 brown brushed cotton check fabric

    Fife 20 brown brushed cotton check fabric

    £12.74 p/m
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  • Fife 20 green brushed cotton check fabric

    Fife 20 green brushed cotton check fabric

    £12.74 p/m
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  • Fife 25 blue brushed cotton check fabric

    Fife 25 blue brushed cotton check fabric

    £12.74 p/m
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    Fife 30 green check fabric

    Fife 30 green check fabric

    £12.74 p/m
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Our country fabrics and country checks range is made from brushed cotton and wool blends. While practical, the designs and colours of our winter fabrics are on trend too – ensuring you look stylish AND stay warm.

Brushed cotton, used in the majority of our winter shirting fabrics, is a cotton fabric that’s been brushed to raise the fibres. This makes the shirting soft to touch and comfortable to wear. Of course, it’s also very good at keeping you warm too! Wool holds heat in well too – trapping air and keeping you insulated. Even a thin wool jumper or shirt can add a lot of warmth – especially if you’ve moving about.