Introducing 1485, a new fabrics collection

Designed by Ian Mankin textiles

Woven in Lancashire with natural yarns and inspired by Tudor Landmarks

"Every purchase from the 1485 collection will generate a 5% contribution to the Landmark Trust"

The 1485 collection

We are delighted to introduce the 1485 Collection, our new fabric range with family-owned Ian Mankin textiles. Comprising 34 fabrics and eight braids, the collection is inspired by Landmarks built during the Tudor period (1485-1603), including favourites such as Langley Gatehouse, Parish House and Methwold Old Vicarage, where the official photoshoot took place.

Ian Mankin, which manufactures fabrics in the only surviving mill in Burnley, shares Landmark’s vision to honour and preserve Britain’s heritage and crafts, while developing people with the skills to protect them.

Inspired by Landmarks

The design team at Ian Mankin have created 34 fabrics and eight braids, taking cues from architectural details such as aged timbers, intricate brickwork and window mullions. The collection breathes life into these original patterns and motifs, giving them renewed purpose in beautifully woven textiles and home accessories. All Ian Mankin’s yarns are natural and recycled.

We hope you will enjoy exploring the range and consider buying an item from the 1485 range, such as a cushion, tea towel, draught excluder, blanket or throw. You can also buy fabrics by the metre for soft furnishings at home. With every purchase, Ian Mankin will make a donation to our charity.

Shop the 1485 collection

Refresh your living spaces with fabric and braids from the 1485 collection.

Visit the Ian Mankin website for more information.

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