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With 39 Dornier looms Deltracon weaves high quality linen curtain, sheer and upholstery fabrics.

Besides linen, also other fancy yarns are used (bouclé, chenille, raffia, linen/wool blends, etc.).

Deltracon has looms to weave fabrics with a width of 140/150cm as well as widths of 300/315cm. 

The company’s structure and its philosophy easily lend themselves to the production of smaller quantities.

In this way the client is served in the best and most personal way. 

Besides classic designs such as plain, dobby and jacquard designs (yarn and piece dyed), our design and technical teams continuously strive to discover and develop new techniques, e.g. stylish dyeing techniques (tie dye, dip dye, spray dye, inkjet), the applying of various coatings, shrink effects etc. 

Refined embroidery is part of every collection as well. Classic elements are respected, but the Deltracon design team never hesitates to provide them with a contemporary touch.

This is possible thanks to an extraordinarily wide yarn colour range that follows contemporary trends and can always be adapted to meet the client’s wishes

Specialization, craftsmanship, flexibility, creativity, innovation in linen decoration fabrics : those are the values that we hold dear.



Flanders’ Trimmings produces trimmings and tiebacks in linen, wool, cotton, viscose, outdoor yarns and acrylic. Luxurious materials like feathers, Swarowski stones, stainless steel, paper, etc are also used in the tiebacks. 


The trim range consists of cords, fringes, braids, ribbons, woven tapes (plain, printed or embroidered) and decorative accessories. 

In our designs, we try to stand out by continuously searching for new techniques and materials. 

Tiebacks & trimmings can perfectly match with our fabrics, since the same yarn banks can be used.

“Linen is simplicity, sobriety, the search for something more profound, something that goes beyond, loving details.” 

                                                             - Kathleen Delchambre

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