We produce High Pile Sliver Knitting, Conventional Circular Knitting and Nonwoven Stitchbonded fabrics that are used in a variety of products including: paint rollers and buffing pads, performance clothing liners, footwear liners, gloves and air filtration filters.View all our Capabilities
Lab / Testing
Although we are not a certified testing lab, we do many ASTM and AATCC tests on our fabrics per our customers’ requests. If a development or production fabric requires a certified test, we will often “pre-test” here in our own lab so that we and the customer can be comfortable that the fabric will pass at a certified lab. We offer the following testing: wash testing, colorfastness to wash, crock testing, abrasion testing, vertical burn, water repellency, tear strength, ball burst, thermal shrinkage as well a paint roller pick up and release
We have a total of six cards in our facility, with the ability to card both course and fine fibers.
We have been making high pile jacquard fabrics for over 20 years and have in-house CAD (computer-aided design) capabilities to make your JPEG into a custom designed high pile fabric.
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Draper Knitting is looking for new team members and are willing to train. No experience required. Currently, our open positions are for Machine Operators and Conventional Knitting Technician. See the job descriptions below. If you think you might be a good fit and would like to fill out an application, please email us – firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
Draper Knitting’s Made in the USA Gift Guide
Welcome to Draper Knitting’s First Made in the USA Gift Guide! All of these amazing businesses are customers of Draper Knitting and we are so proud to be a part of their success stories! What makes these companies special? It is the people and the ingenuity/creativity that is, Made in the USA! Almost all […]
Draper Knitting Ghost Story
If you’ve been following along with our #StoriesFromTheMiddleOfTheSupplyChain series on social media, our 2021 Halloween post was about the ghosts of Draper Knitting! Here’s an excerpt from writings by Caitrin Lynch and Adam Coppola that tell a Draper ghost story. Happy Halloween! “This is the location of the first encounter. They call this the dye […]