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Linwood Peartree LF858C fabric
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Linwood Peartree Damask Fabric*

LF858C Gold Chocolate

£9.00
Domku lilac oyster damask fabric
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Domku Damask Fabric *

Lilac Oyster

£9.00
Domku bronze damask fabric
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Domku Damask Fabric *

Bronze

£9.00
Rococco damask fabric
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Rococco Damask Fabric*

Rouge

£7.00

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Damask Curtain Fabric

Damask is a reversible figured fabric of silk, wool, linen, cotton, or synthetic fibres, with a pattern formed by weaving techniques. They are woven with one warp yarn and one weft yarn, usually with the pattern in warp-faced satin weave and the ground in weft-faced matt or sateen weave. They have somewhat of an elegance to them and are perfect at creating statement, period curtains. Traditional damask is made of silk, but is also now made of heavy fabrics both synthetic and natural such as polyester, cotton or wool. It can be two shades of one colour-way or different colours.  Damask has a lustrous background and a raised design. These raised designs or patterns can be geometric, floral panel or other luscious designs.

We stock a range of high quality damasks that are suitable for a number of soft furnishing projects including curtains, roman blinds and upholstery.

We offer a made to measure curtain service on most of our damask curtain fabrics. If you would like to know more about our made to measure curtains please contact us or read more about our made to measure curtains here

We always recommend that you dry clean our curtain fabrics at a specialist dry cleaners.

All our curtain fabrics are available both online and in store from our fabric warehouse in Northamptonshire.

Before choosing your curtain fabric there are a few points to consider about the type of fabric, type of curtains, curtain lining, curtain pole, pelmets or valences and about how much fabric you will need. Take a look at our measure & calculate page to help you with all these points.

Jacquard Curtain Fabric

Jacquard is the same fabric as a damask,  sometimes a fabric is given this name because they used to be woven on a jacquard loom.  The Jacquard loom was the first machine to use punched cards. It uses punched cards to control the pattern being woven. It is a form of dobby loom, where individual harnesses can be raised and lowered independently.