Australian made fabrics in linen, cotton and polyester. This beautiful range consists of stripes, botanics, textures, plains and geometrics. Linen is considered to be the oldest of all domestically produced fibres, dating back over 4000BC. It has long been referred to as the fibre of luxury. The Linen which is used in the Neutral Territory Collection comes from Belgium which is considered to be one the world’s greatest linen producers. The cotton in Neutral Territory is grown in Australia and is of the highest quality. Neutral Territory is produced under strict quality and environmental protocols. No formaldehyde, carcinogenic dye, metal based or chrome dyes are used in the processing of this range.
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Average receipt times for custom cut fabrics range from 1-3 weeks typically however there can be further delays if fabrics need to come from overseas or need to be milled to meet your order and whilst this is rare, this can take up to 3 months.
If you would like to confirm stock levels and an approximate shipping time please contact us and we can confirm with our suppliers and let you know.
Free Fabric Cuttings
We always recommend seeing a fabric in person rather than judging colours off a screen as appearances can differ significantly due to the settings and capabilities of cameras and display devices.
If you are unable to view the hangers in person and would like a cutting of any of our fabrics sent to you (free of charge), please let us know below.
To avoid abuse of this free service, we restrict the maximum number of cuttings to 5 per client and we only ship within Australia.
Please ensure you specify the Brand, Design Name & Colour in your request. E.g. Warwick Ripponlea colour Cactus as there are often designs with the same name from different manufacturers.
Unfortunately we are unable to supply cuttings if you aren't a genuine customer - however if you are a design student many of our suppliers will supply cuttings to you so please contact them directly to discuss this.