Draper Knitting Fabric is in the Olympics!

If you’re planning to watch the opening day ceremonies of the Olympics – you’ll see that the USA athletes are wearing leather gloves made at Olympia Gloves – and the inside liner fabric is made at Draper Knitting Co. in Canton, Massachusetts! We’re proud of our employees who put their experience, talent and passion into […]

January 2018 Newsletter is Ready to Read

Happy New Year!  Our January Newsletter is ready to read! Our 2018 January Newsletter is ready to catch you up on the latest new of Draper Knitting.  It features some staffing changes, our summer intern project, and the next shows that our reps will be at.  Click on the article title to open, and then […]

Draper at FDIC Show, April 2017

Dave Wedge, Draper Knitting’s Technical Fabrics Product Manager and Designer, will be at the FDIC Show in Indianapolis on April 27th.  Dave is happy to meet with potential or current customers at the show.  Please make an appointment by email, or call his cell at 781.363.6486

ABMA 100th Anniversary Convention

Draper Knitting will be in attending the ABMA (American Brush Manufacturers Association) Annual Convention with 100th Anniversary Celebration, March 21-25, in Orlando. The ABMA brush industry covers all aspects of brushes as well as paint applicators, so since Draper knits paint roller fabrics, Draper Knitting has been a member of the ABMA for approximately 40 […]

Draper will be at OR Winter Show 2017

We’ll be at booth 36035 at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Show, January 10-12, 2017, Salt Lake City.  We hope you’ll come see our booth and pick up our information about how we can custom design a fabric for your need.  Our design team will be there to talk about your specifications, budget, and options.  You’re […]

GOTS Certified!

Draper Knitting is happy to announce that we are now GOTS Certified.  This represents a series of standards that allows a textile producer to make certified organic goods.  The standards involve all aspects of production – raw materials, warehousing, shipping, and mill labor – in addition to how a fabric is produced and travels through the […]