Sunbury Textile Mills produces as many as 2,000 patterns per year. In addition to decorative jacquards, we are one of the foremost producers of performance fabrics, like Sunbrella and Crypton.
You may have seen the advertisements, exclaiming 'yes - it's Sunbrella.' There's good reason for the affirmation. You see, Sunbrella, which is widely used for awnings and convertible tops - has now become a fabric used in the most luxurious of settings, outside or in.
Sunbrella will not lose its color, whether left in the sun, splashed with bleach or placed in an area of high activity. The Sunbrella yarns are created with the color in them, so the color runs through and through, much like a carrot. Most other yarns are dyed so their color is like that of a radish - only on the outside. If that outside color is stripped away, the white inner core will show through. This cannot happen with Sunbrella - the color outside is the color inside.
There are only two mills in the world who can bring you Sunbrella fabrics, Glen Raven Mills, who created the yarn, and Sunbury Textile Mills, who developed the higher market for them.
Come take a look at our range of Sunbrella fabrics and let us say to you, too - 'yes, it's Sunbrella.'
Created by Craig and Randy Rubin at Hi-Tex, Inc., Crypton provides a moisture barrier that won't allow spills to penetrate a fabric. Sunbury Textile Mills has become the leading supplier of Crypton to the hospitality industry, and has revolutionized the market in doing so. With 'cleanability' properties once only availably in vinyl, Sunbury's Crypton fabrics allow for beautiful, luxurious, SOFT fabrics that won't crack, peel, or feel tacky against your skin.
With Crypton, you can have luxurious white fabrics in your dining room without the fear of a spilled glass of red wine ruining them. You can cover the furniture in healthcare institutions with fabrics that are antimicrobal and don't allow liquids to penetrate through them. Crypton gives you peace of mind for the furniture you need to protect most.