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Cotswold Embroidery Backings

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10 East 40th Street, Suite 3410
New York, NY 10016
About Cotswold Embroidery Backings
  • Cotswold supplies woven and non-woven fabrics for use in a variety of apparel applications. Cotswold engineers work closely with our customers to design and bring to market apparel fabrics that are extremely reliable and of the highest quality. Cotswold specializes in pocketing, corduroy, cotton and polyester fabrics that are available in a wide variety weaves and fiber blends.
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Products by Cotswold Embroidery Backings
  • No Show Diagonal Mesh

    Diagonal No Show Nylon Mesh is specifically designed to be used with light-colored fabrics where traditional stabilizer shows through the front of the shirt. It is ideal for left chest logos on polo shirts made of piqué knit, jersey, or micro mesh. Other uses include T-shirts, infant items, and... Read more
  • New Eco-Stick Hoopless Earth-Friendly Adhesive “Sticky” Stabilizer

    The newest earth-friendly stabilizer on the market is Eco-Stick, manufactured by Cotswold Industries. This 2-ounce tearaway/washaway “adhesive or sticky” stabilizer is designed for hoopless or clamp embroidery where it’s impossible to put an item in a hoop or the fabric is delicate and will get... Read more
  • Thermal Stick

    With Thermal Stick you can make emblems that can be applied to jackets, jeans, tote bags, sweat shirts, and more. Once heat is applied, Thermal Stick creates a permanent bond with almost any fabric. For a step-by-step pictorial of how to use Thermal Stick, go to... Read more