About Us

We are your dependable fabric resource partner, delivering the highest-quality warp-knit fabrics that empower performance, protect patients, and enhance brands. Steadfast in our commitment to research, development, and innovation, we are meticulous in our approach to providing excellence. Every day. With every order.

History

Our history begins in the late 1800s with The National Whalebone Company. In 1925 they became the National Fabric Corporation and included a subsidiary named Darlington Textile Corporation. In 1941 after a merger with Mazuy Mills, Darlington Fabrics Corporation was formed and in 1972 proudly joined what is now the Moore Company Textile Group. More than a century after our founding, we continue the long tradition of developing innovative and superior products that elevate brands.

Large Volume Warp Knitter

Darlington Fabrics is your source for premium, warp-knit fabrics. Warp knits feature many superior properties compared to performance fabrics made using a weft knit. Made with multiple parallel yarns that are simultaneously looped vertically to form the fabric, unlike weft knits, warp knits do not run, are resistant to slips, rips and abrasions, and have excellent stretch recovery properties.

Darlington Difference

By blending agility with a focus on innovation, we’ve built a reputation on supplying our clients with solutions that solve. From perfecting dye lots and color orders to exploring cutting-edge techniques, the end result is consistent and reliable fabrics that meet your unique needs, every time.

Color
Performance Reliability
Quality Control
Breadth of Line
Prepared for Print Fabrics

Color

Custom colors with specified finishes, delivered accurately and consistently, lot to lot, year after year.

Performance Reliability

We strictly adhere to physical and color specifications across dye lots, ensuring consistency every time.

Quality Control

We’re vertically integrated from yarn to finished fabric, so we fanatically measure, monitor, and control quality every step of the way. Read more about how our team is committed to quality and the certifications we hold.

 

Breadth of Line

From fine lightweight sheers to heavy-duty specialty fabrics with widths that vary from 45” to 120”, we offer a wide range of Tricots, Raschels, Satins, Powernets, Meshes, and Novelties.

Prepared for Print Fabrics

Surface Treatments: Our fabrics can be prepared for printing, embossing, ciré, foil, napping, and more – processes that you manage or choose to leave in our hands.

Any questions?

Get in touch with a fabric specialist.