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Knit Goods Wholesale
Companies that sell wholesale knit goods, often sell products such as designer skirts, sweaters, hats and shawls to retail stores. The wholesale distributors give retailers discounted prices when they purchase large orders. This encourages stores to buy more, which means that the wholesalers can make more money even though they sell each item at a lower price. The types of knit goods that a wholesaler sells, can vary significantly from company to company. Many of them have connections to manufacturers that make designer tops, skirts and hats. Others sell linens and blankets. The quality of a wholesaler’s products often depends on which manufacturer they purchase their knit goods from. Many of the manufacturers use fibers such as linen, rayon, nylon and lamb’s wool. They can use these fabrics to crochet and knit clothing and textiles. They might also have dyeing facilities so that they can color fibers before or after they have been woven into fabrics. If you would like to find a wholesale company that sells cardigan sweaters, stretch cotton clothing and yarn, then you can use the online directory to locate their contact information. You can also search the internet for information that is specific to each company. By reading their websites, you can learn about the different types of mills and dyeing techniques that they use to make their clothing and textiles. Before making a selection, ask the companies to give you information about their bulk discounts. This will help you decide how much you can purchase to take advantage of their lowest prices.
 
 
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Traditions Yarn Shop
68 S Main St, Doylestown, PA 18901
Expand your creativity with quality knitting yarn from our store. Visit Traditions Yarn Shop in Doylestown, PA, for a diverse selection of sewing accessories.
(267) 454-2621
Cellunet Mfg Co Inc
460 Veterans Dr, Burlington, NJ 08016
(609) 386-1147
Yarrington Mills Corp
412 S Warminster Rd, Hatboro, PA 19040
(215) 674-5125
Flemington Knitting Mill
160 Meister Ave, Somerville, NJ 08876
(908) 725-6990
Magdyl International
545 E County Line Rd Ste 18o, Lakewood, NJ 08701
(732) 905-2408
Escapade Knitwear Inc
75 New Brunswick Ave, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
(732) 293-0900
Artex Knitting Mills Inc
300 Harvard Ave, Westville, NJ 08093
(856) 456-2800
Fleck Knitwear Company
400 Leland Ave, Plainfield, NJ 07062
(908) 754-8888
Venus Knitting Mills Inc
140 Spring St Ste 1, New Providence, NJ 07974
(908) 464-2400
Olde Knitting Mill
20 E Bridge St Ste 2, Spring City, PA 19475
(610) 792-9677
Golden Sports
200 Badger Ave, Newark, NJ 07108
(973) 824-0081
Robko LLC
418 N Franklin St, Allentown, PA 18102
(610) 439-6311
Sirtex Knitting Mills Inc
32 33rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11232
(718) 965-1102
Robin Knitwear
335 14th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 369-9034
Dorel Finishing
782 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 858-1913


If you own a retail store that sells knit goods like skirts, tops, sweaters, blankets, and linens, then you might want to find a knit goods wholesale distributor that will give you discounts for your bulk orders. Using a wholesaler can help your retailer store save a lot of money in the long run. It also makes it possible for you to compete with other stores because you can reduce your prices and still make a profit. You can find several wholesale companies listed in your online directory. If you find that there are so many that it makes it difficult for you to decide which ones are right for you, then you can use these guidelines to help you. One of the first things that you will want to determine is how much experience the company has. Asking them how long they have been in business should give you a good idea of how much experience they have. If they have several years of experience, then they should have relationships with manufacturers and designers that give them access to clothing made of woven materials that stretch easily like lamb's wool, yarn, linen, rayon, nylon, and other textiles. Ask them what dyeing techniques they use to color their fibers in the mills. Find out if the companies have online catalogs so you can look at all of the cardigan sweaters, blankets, tops, and skirts that they have in stock. Get a list of references from them so that you can talk to their other clients about their experiences.
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