End on End Fabrics

End on end or fil-à-fil is a classic weave and a must for all wardrobes. End on End is a type of closely woven, plain weave cloth created by the alternation of light and dark warp and weft threads. Typically woven using white thread with another colour to create a fabric with a subtly heathered texture that, from a distance, appears as a solid colour.

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    *King EE cranberry solid fabric

    *King EE cranberry solid fabric

    £13.54 p/m
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    *King EE ice blue solid fabric

    *King EE ice blue solid fabric

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  • Imperial 12 navy

    Imperial 12 navy

    £29.99 p/m
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  • King EE bluebell solid fabric

    King EE bluebell solid fabric

    £13.54 p/m
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  • King EE french blue solid fabric

    King EE french blue solid fabric

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  • King EE grey solid fabric

    King EE grey solid fabric

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  • King EE new blue solid fabric

    King EE new blue solid fabric

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  • King EE rose pink solid fabric

    King EE rose pink solid fabric

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    Regent EE pink blush

    Regent EE pink blush

    £10.32 p/m
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End on end is a classic weave and a must for all wardrobes. The English term comes from the French “fil-à-fil”, literally “thread-to-thread”. End on End is a type of closely woven, plain weave cloth created by the alternation of light and dark warp and weft threads. Typically woven using white thread with another colour to create a fabric with a subtly heathered texture that, from a distance, appears as a solid colour. End on end has the same properties as poplin, the only difference is that end on end features lighter coloured weft threads running in a horizontal direction on the shirt, giving it a subtle two-tone effect. This subtle weave effect makes it very versatile, plain enough to wear in a work setting but enough interest to be dressed down in a social environment. Our end on end shirting fabrics are all yarn dyed which gives a richer and more stable colour compared to dyeing the fabric after it is woven.