New Focus Textiles, Ltd.

Fabric development

Custom Fabric Development & Woven Fabric Collections

New Focus Textiles is a global woven fabric manufacturer.  We invite you to explore our suite of fabric development services and fashionable fabric collections (below).  Our various fabric development services are ideal for business-to-business custom fabric developments.  Our team of designers also creates fashion-forward sustainable woven fabric collections for bulk purchasing.  Specifically, our sustainable woven fabric collections are made from natural and circular materials such as US Cotton, GRS-Certified Recycled Cotton, ECOVERO™  REFRIBRA™, circular woven viscose, linen, and digital print fabric manufacturing which offers tremendous resource savings.  

full-service woven fabric manufacturer

woven Fabric Development services for fashion brands
  • Yarn-dye fabric development with custom CAD design
  • Digital print fabric manufacturing with custom digital print CAD design
  • Piece-dye woven fabric development and CAD Design
  • Advanced fiber and yarn spinning and blending
  • Woven fabric sourcing and fabric counter sourcing developments
  • Closed-loop upcycling programs with pre- and post-consumer fabric and garment
Woven fabric development for custom CAD designs and digital print fabrics
Custom Digital Print Fabric Development

woven fabric collections

  • Recycled Cotton Fabric Collections (GRS-Certified)
  • 100% Woven Cotton – Traceable and US Cotton 
  • Circular Woven Fabric Collections
  • Recycled Materials Fabric Collections
  • ECOVERO™ REFIBRA™ Fabric Collections
  • REFIBRA™ Fabric Collections
  • LENZING™ TENCEL™ Fabric Collections
  • Closed-Loop Fabric Upcycling Developments

fashionable Novelty fabric COLLECTIONS

Our fashionable novelty fabric collections are loved for their design and materials.  Importantly, we have a huge library of woven novelty fabrics designed by our in-house R&D and design team.  For example, our woven cotton fabric collections include fashion novelties with beautiful natural, recycled, and circular materials for casual men and women’s tops and bottoms.  Fabrics are made with GRS-certified recycled cotton, ECOVERO™ with circular REFIBRA™, traceable cotton, responsible viscose from LENZING™, linen, and blends.

Recycled Cotton FABRIC Collections

The beauty of natural cotton blended with recycled cotton is highlighted with refined weaving techniques.  Specifically, fabrics are developed using GRS-certified recycled cotton with traceable/US virgin cotton.  Furthermore, we invite you to explore our recycled cotton fabric supply chain processes to understand the process for our circular woven fabric development.

  • Woven Cotton Fabric Collections
  • Digital Print Fabric Collections
  • Seasonal Woven Fabric Collections
  • New Fabric Trend Collections

LENZING™ REFIBRA fabric collections
ecovero™ fiber with refibra™ technology

New Focus updates our circular fabric collections using the LENZING™ family of circular viscose fibers.  Indeed, our newest sustainable woven fabric collections incorporate ECOVERO™ viscose with REFIBRA™ in our circular woven fabrics collection because REFIBRA™ contains 20% recycled fabric pulp.  LENZING™ provides more details.

Full-service woven fabric manufacturer

A full-service fabric manufacturer will handle all of your design, production, and distribution needs.  New Focus in a service leader in woven textiles manufacturing with superior product development, production control, and quality assurance.  From concept to finished fabric or garment fulfilment, our in-house teams will manage all of your textile needs.  Our Hong Kong team is fluent in English and Chinese with decades of experience working directly with US, EU, and Asia companies.  

Closed-loop FABRIC Upcycling

What is closed-loop upcycling?  In manufacturing, closed-loop upcycling is keeping excess materials in the same supply chain “loop” in a traceable path to be turned into new materials and manufactured again.  For example, in closed-loop fabric upcycling, excess fabric scraps from the pre-consumer cutting process are mechanically disintegrated and recycled into new fabrics.  Post-consumer garments are recyclable after trims are removed and materials are sorted, mechanically recycled, and spun into new cotton yarns.