Textiles & Accessories businesses in Zambia

Fabric, wool, flax, cotton and accessories like zips, buttons, press-studs, eyelets.
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Madina Sales
Textiles & Accessories
Madina Sales are textile wholesalers and retailers – supplying the Zambian market with up-to-date fabric designs at affordable prices. It also stocks upholstery and curtain material, Chitenge cloth, African prints, canvas and carport material. Customers include individuals, small tailoring businesses and large clothing manufacturers.
Polytex Investment supplies boxed authentic Chitenge fabrics such as Super Java, Beauty Goldtex, Super Billion Wax, Polytop Gold Print, Polytop Glitter and Co - Beauty that are in various lines and prints. This company is committed to providing high quality Chitenge textiles to the Zambian retail market at competitive prices.
Patches Galore
African print fabric
Patches Galore offers 2m lengths of beautiful African print fabric. These are traditionally worn all over Africa, as a wrap around skirt, tucked into the waist to secure. Alternatively the fabric can be used to make up your own designs.
Tribal Textiles
Textiles and Accessories
Tribal Textiles creates unique textiles that draw inspiration from indigenous African art and the stunning wildlife, flora and fauna of Zambia. Visit Tribal Textiles and experience a free tour of the operation to see how the products are hand drawn and painted, and to meet the local artists before shopping in the extensive retail outlet.
Cardinal Distributors Ltd
Textiles and Accessories
Cardinal Distributors supplies a wide variety of fabrics and tailoring accessories. This company is up-to-date on the latest textiles being engineered and available on the market. With years of experience, Cardinal is proud to offer excellent service and quality fabrics that work for their customers.

Textiles & Accessories

Fabric, wool, flax, cotton and accessories like zips, buttons, press-studs, eyelets.

Zambian companies that manufacture and supply textiles include manufacturers and suppliers of fabric and a whole range of textile products such as industrial clothing, tents and bedding. In this section you will find details on where to find these manufacturers and garment accessories like zips, buttons, press-studs, eyelets. A textile or cloth is a flexible woven material consisting of a network of natural or artificial fibres often referred to as thread or yarn. Yarn is produced by spinning raw fibres of wool, flax, cotton, or other material to produce long strands. Textiles are formed by weaving, knitting, crocheting, knotting, or pressing fibres together.

The raw materials used in the sewing rooms other than fabric are called trims. On the other hand, materials are directly attached to the fabric to make a garment are called trims. Like: Threads, buttons, lining, Interlining, zippers, labels, care labels, etc. These can be found by the companies listed in this category.

If you’re looking to start accessorizing, there are several types of accessories that can add flair to your outfits, elevate your style, and let your personality shine.

Types of accessories:

Bags - Different types of bags can make a fashion statement when combined with your wardrobe.

Shoes - Shoes are essential for your wardrobe, but they can also make a statement.

Jewellery - The ways you can accessorize jewelry are endless, depending on your outfit and personal style.

Hats - Hats are the perfect example of an accessory that combines form and function.

Hair accessories - Hair accessories can adorn your hairstyle without adding a hat.

Belts - Belts aren’t just a practical way to hold up your pants. Wear a belt over a dress or blouse to add fashionable flair.

Eyewear - For many women, eyewear is essential. If you wear prescription glasses, you probably know that different styles and colors can impact your fashion statement.

Scarves - Decorative scarves are seeing a comeback in fashion, and the good news is they come in all colours, materials, and sizes.

About textiles

Textiles were a major component of both ancient economies and social relationships. They were essential for many aspects of life, from clothing, blankets and household furnishings, to hafting for tools, sacking, sails, tents, fishnets and lines, rope and numerous other uses.

Textiles have several uses, the most common is for clothing. In the household, textiles are used in carpeting, furnishing, window shades, towels, table covers, bedsheets, handkerchiefs, cleaning devices and in art. In the workplace, they are used in industrial and scientific processes such as filtering.

The term 'Textile' is a Latin word that originated from the word 'texture' which means 'to weave'. Textile refers to a flexible material comprising of a network of natural or artificial fibres, known as yarn. Textiles are formed by weaving, knitting, crocheting, knotting and pressing fibres together.

Kitenge or chitenge is an East African, West African and Central African fabric similar to a sarong, often worn by women and wrapped around the chest or waist, over the head as a headscarf, or as a baby sling. Kitenges are colourful pieces of fabric that contain a variety of patterns and designs. Thi.s is a recognized textile in Zambia