Screen Printing Fabric from Insley & Nash

Our client Insley & Nash first opened their doors 5 years ago in a tiny studio in Greenwich.

Finding that all the fun parts of screen printing like metallic inks, foiling and devore were in such demand, the company soon outgrew the small self-built studio and moved into a train arch in Deptford.

The company has grown into one of the most innovative and exciting modern textile manufacturing facilities in the UK.

 

Specialising in bespoke screen printing and dyeing, Insley & Nash offer the highest quality textile solutions for world-renowned clients such as Disney and Kensington Palace.

The company expanded last year to include Digital textile printing through their sister brand &Digital. The service is offered through a unique and modern website, catering for the growing digital conscience client.

Most recently Insley & Nash have been shortlisted for the UKFT Textile Business of the Year Award.

Loads more information on their website, do have a look www.insleyandnash.co.uk

 

Ps in case you wondered according to Wiki “Devoré (also called burnout) is a fabric technique particularly used on velvets, where a mixed-fibre material undergoes a chemical process to dissolve the cellulose fibers to create a semi-transparent pattern against more solidly woven fabric. The same technique can also be applied to textiles other than velvet, such as lace or the fabrics in burnout t-shirts.[1]

Devoré comes from the French verb dévorer, meaning literally to devour”