We are Rangamati Textiles

We are a family run cutting and sewing business – we believe in giving a quality service and treating our clients with integrity.

Fibre Filling

We have fibre filling equipment ready to meet customer requirements.

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Cushion Covers

Our range of cushion covers are handmade using traditional methods.

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Cutting & Sewing Services

We can deliver cutting and sewing services with low lead times.

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Discover our Exclusive Tribal Range

Our Tribal Range is handmade in the villages of the Rangamati using traditional methods. The products we have on offer are fully bespoke, so check back to view our latest styles and purchase something truly unique for your home.

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We strive to always provide our clients with competitive prices, quality products and timely delivery - the fabric of great customer care.

Handmade using 100% Bangladeshi Materials

Using reclaimed and hand-woven materials gives our products a unique feel and personality. When you buy from Rangamati Textiles, you know you are getting something authentic and special.


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Rajshahi​ ​Silk – Known Worldwide

December 27, 2017

The Rajshahi region of Bangladesh is famous for its textile industry. But, it is Rajshahi silk that is most celebrated of its products, with 100,000 people directly involved in its manufacture and export. The industry itself has roots as far back as the 13th century, where it was first referred to as either Bengal or […]

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Khaddar – A Timeless Classic

December 7, 2017

Also known as Khadi, Khaddar is a type of cloth created on a handloom from natural fibres. Typically made from cotton, this style of weaving is common in Bangladesh, Pakistan and India. The cloth is created on a spinning wheel called a charkha. Although cotton is the most common raw material used to make the […]

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Banarashi – The Finest Wedding Silk

October 26, 2017

Amongst the finest sarees made in India, Banarashi originally hails from Varanasi. Known for gold and silver embroidery, Banarashi is traditionally worn by brides on their wedding day. The intricate pattern work on this material can take anywhere between two weeks and a month to create – the reason it is so expensive compared to […]

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