High angle L/S of a street market (looks like Berwick Street Market - SL). M/S of a fruit stall, fashion designer, Charles William-Davis, sits on a nearby crate and starts to draw on a pad. C/U of a pineapple. C/U of Charles drawing the pineapple. C/U of the picture, a pineapple...
Terrifying film about using the same fabric for clothes, curtains and furniture.
Colourful artworks are made from fabric by artist Eugenie Alexander.
Fabulous 1968 designs for wallpaper and curtains are followed through to the finished articles.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for story featured in CP 722.
A man pours tomato juice over a pretty girl's dress to test a new stain and water resistant fabric.
Glass fibre is made into material to be used in insulating blankets and wadding.
Nancy Mackenzie and Mrs Outlaw print their fabric designs and show us the results.
French teacher Muguette Fabrice wins Miss France competition.