Textile Network was started in 1990 by Roxann Weidemaier and Pam Resendez. With their broad experience in the sewing industry - Roxann having a degree in textiles and extensive sales experience, and Pam having a background in manufacturing and purchasing - they decided the combination would form a strong backbone for a woman-owned small business.

In the first few weeks, they worked with a U.S. webbing mill to redesign an existing binding so that it would feed through the binders consistently. This solved an ongoing problem that Pam and others had experienced on the manufacturing floor. They placed their first minimum binding order for 50,000 yards, took it to a local manufacturer, and had it all sold in a day. By narrowing the width tolerance, adding sizing, and changing the put-up from 72 yards to 100 yards per roll, they increased production, which in turn saved time and money for their customers. The rest is herstory.

In 1995, Roxann and Pam purchased and restored Old Town Lafayette’s original mercantile store, which was built in 1890. It was a labor of love. This historic building became the office and warehouse for Textile Network. The original oak floor still covers part of the warehouse.

Textile Network’s goal is to supply the sewing industry with the best possible choices of raw materials, provide innovative products, and offer excellent customer service.

501 E. Simpson Street, Lafayette, CO 80026   ·   303-666-9599   ·   303-666-6928 FAX   ·   sales@texnetinc.com

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