Our Products

We are counted among the prominent Manufacturers and Suppliers of high quality Fabrics. The range of fabrics offered by us is known for their superior quality and comfort at competitive prices. The Fabrics are manufactured at our unit using high grade yarns. They are endurable and are extensively used in the manufacturing of different kinds of Garments and by other industries.


Blazer Fabrics supplied by us are breathable,durable and light in weight. Woven with high quality yarns our fabrics continue to drape for many years to come. Our mix of solids and checks, will keep your style versatile for every occasion. There is a high demand for these fabrics for garmenting, home furnishing, school uniforms, Theatre drapes and equestrian sports. They are accessible in different colours, weights and attractive designs as per our client’s requirements.


  • Weight: 250 GSM to 700 GSM
  • Composition: 100 % Pure Wool, Wool Blends, Cashmere Wool Blends.
  • Shades: All
  • Width: 110 Cms to 180 Cms


Tweed is a woollen fabric of a soft, open and flexible texture. It is usually woven with a plain weave, twill or herringbone structure. Since they’re made from natural wool, each tweed product looks slightly different, which has always added to the allure. Wool tweed is often woven using different coloured threads to achieve dynamic patterns and colours, frequently with small squares and vertical lines. Tweed at Benu Textiles is an international fashion staple.

Our different types of tweeds:

1. Overcheck

The checks on overcheck tweed are nothing like the small, simple checkered patterns you’re used to. Instead, each check is just an outline, and it covers about four square inches of fabric. This pattern can be overlaid on top of other tweed patterns.

2. Twill

Twill has a simple, diagonal pattern. It’s the most common type of tweed fabric.

3. Herringbone

Herringbone has an iconic triangular pattern with varying tones. This pattern is more common in tweed than it is in any other fabric.

4. Checked

Checked tweed has the typical checkerboard pattern that’s so common in many types of apparel.

5. Striped

True to its name, striped tweed is bedecked with either horizontal or (usually) vertical stripes.

6. Estate

The term “estate tweed” usually refers to a herringbone pattern overlaid with a checked pattern. It’s more common in hats than it is in other tweed products.

7. Barleycorn

This type of tweed is named for its similarity in appearance to barley grains, which are sometimes called corns.

8. Plaid

Plaid is a pattern created by bars and stripes of colour that cross at right angles.

9. Houndstooth

Houndstooth is one of the most unassuming tweed patterns, and it’s named for its similarity to dogs’ teeth.


Our Tweed-Stretch collection has the ability to stretch as it is partially made of elastic yarns. We offer two way stretch fabrics which stretch in one direction, usually from selvedge to selvedge.


  • Weight: 200 GSM to 450 GSM
  • Composition: 100% Wool, Wool Blends
  • Colours: All
  • Designs: All
  • Width: 140 Cms to 165 Cms


Our felted wool fabric is extremely durable and opaque which makes it suitable for stage drapes, theatre drapes and sound control curtains. We are also leading manufacturers of flame retardant fabrics. These fabrics are chemically treated and guarantee all tests.


  • Weight: 250 GSM to 700 GSM
  • Composition: 100% Wool, Wool Blends
  • Colours: All
  • Width: 110 Cms to 180 Cms


Tennis Ball Felt

This woven fabric is extensively used to cover the outer surface of Tennis Balls. The selection of the ideal raw material, proper blends, and unique felt finishing ensures optimum felt performance. With experience and up to date technology tennis ball felt manufactured by us is endurable and stain resistant. Giving tennis ball manufacturers a wide range of felt options has helped us achieve dominance in the tennis felt industry.


  • Weight: 375 GSM to 575 GSM
  • Composition: 80% Wool, 20% Nylon
  • Colours: All
  • Width: On Order

Billiard / Pool Table Felt

Good quality fibres are used to give it a superior weave. This fabric is sheared, steam pressed and polished to eliminate pilling. Their nap-free, precision threaded weaves not only creates the perfect playing surface but also makes the fabric more durable.


  • Weight: 400 GSM to 550 GSM
  • Composition: 70% Wool, 30% Nylon
  • Colours: All
  • Width: 140 Cms to 165 Cms


We are reckoned as an established manufacturer of Acrylic Fabrics. We use premium quality yarns which makes our fabric lightweight and durable. This fabric is mainly used by garment manufacturers and home furnishers.


  • Weight: 180 GSM to 375 GSM
  • Composition: 100% Acrylic, Acrylic Blends
  • Colours: All
  • Designs: Plain and Checks
  • Width: 110 Cms to 165 Cms


To achieve international quality standards our fabrics are precisely knitted using superior quality yarns on latest and innovative German made machines. These fabrics can be made in various patterns, weights and widths. We manufacture all kinds of Mesh Nets, Mosquito Nets, Raschel Fabrics and Jacquard Fabrics. The fabric is supplied dyed and finished to various industries such as Home Furnishing, Garmenting, Sports


  • Weight: 15 GSM to 120 GSM
  • Composition: 100% Polyester and Blends, 100%
  • Nylon and Blends
  • Colours: All
  • Designs: All
  • Width: 110 Cms to 165 Cms


Woven with a raised pattern of Cotton yarns, Jacquard fabric has a unique drape-ability and durability. These fabrics are available in a variety of compositions and weights to serve various purposes. Lightweight jacquards are often picked for spring and summer apparel, whereas heavy cloths have their say in colder seasons. This fabric is mainly used in making garments and as upholstery fabrics.


This is a man made fabric and not a natural choice such as wool. It is a very durable fabric and can be used to create clothing, furnishings and more. Unlike Wool, Polyester fabrics are flammable so it is not advisable to go near an open fire. These fabrics are available in a variety of compositions and weights to serve various purposes.


Our wool blankets are made of wool sourced from animals that are a lot better at surviving winters than humans. Some wool blankets are crafted with a mix of wool and other materials. A wool blanket made of 100 percent wool provides the most warmth while a wool blanket made with a mix of wool and synthetic materials – like nylon and polyester – offer a bit more durability. These blankets are available in a variety of compositions, weights and sizes to serve various purposes.


We hold expertise in offering a wide range of Products for both Men and Women. Our products are crafted in wool and other fibres. We offer a wide range of products which include techniques like jacquard, woven with embroidery, printing etc. Our Scarves and Stoles can be used all year around as light weight wraps. Great for layering in the winter and perfect for adding a style in summers, they are suitable for every occasion.


Benu Textiles is widely acclaimed for its superior quality noil based yarns. Equipped with the latest technology and driven by a dedicated team of professionals, we are manufacturing the finest quality woollen yarns for the weaving industry.


  • Counts: 6NM to 14NM

  • Blends: 100 % Pure Wool, Wool Blends, Cashmere Wool Blends.


If desired, chemical treatments that enhance special properties are applied to our fabrics.


Types of Flame Retardant Fabrics:

  • NDFR- Non Durably Flame Retardant: This fabric is chemically treated with a water solution. If the fabrics become wet in any way they should be retreated. Only dry clean is recommended for these fabrics.
  • DFR-Durably Flame Retardant: The finishing of fabrics with flame retardant chemicals that can reduce the tendency to burn or reduce the tendency to propagate the flame.
  • IFR-Inherently Flame Retardant: Fabric is woven from fibres with a high flame retardancy.
  • FR-Flame Retardant: Fabric is chemically treated to an individual specification.
  • NFR-Not Flame Retardant: This fabric does not have any flame retardant treatment.


Durable water repellent is a coating added to our fabrics at the time of fabric finishing. It means water, if showered on the fabric briefly, cannot make the fabric wet.


It is a finishing technique that prevents the growth of moth on wool fabrics ,as the keratin molecules are consumed by moths as food.


To prevent shrinkage it requires special treatments that either mask the effects of the scales or completely restrict fibres moving relative to each other. The treatments are permanent and will enable the garments to with stand machine washing and tumble drying without shrinking.


The wrinkle recovery of wool deteriorates under very high humidity conditions. Wrinkle recovery finishes are given by reducing the hydrophilicity nature of the wool polymer.


Handle is the term used to describe how a fabric drapes around an object or feels to touch. When the fabric becomes stiffer or bulkier, the fabric is to be softened. Chemicals that accomplish this are called hand builders. Chemicals that do this are called softeners.


During spinning, weaving and finishing of yarns and fabric, friction is created. Therefore fibres tend to develop static charge. Antistatic finishes are used to reduce electrostatic charges build up on fabric's surface.


Fragrance finishing of textiles is the process where we enhance the value of the product by adding some incentives to it. Every client desires for something new & unique. We offer an exuberant value added finish with the incorporation of different scents into fabrics.


As the name implies, polished fabric is a woven fabric with a smooth, shiny surface. The shine can result from the weave itself, or from pressing the fabric between cylinders during processing. Polished fabrics have more shine than others because they are treated to glaze during the process.

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