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Prestigious Clara Cotton 5056/526 Saffron fabric.
New

Prestigious Clara Cotton Fabric

5056/526 Saffron

£12.50
Prestigious Textiles Clara Cotton 5056/754 South Pacific fabric.
New

Prestigious Clara Cotton Fabric

5056/754 South Pacific

£12.50
Prestigious Textiles Clara Cotton 5056/402 Mango fabric.
New

Prestigious Clara Cotton Fabric

5056/402 Mango

£12.50
Traditional Rose Cotton Spring Chintz fabric.
New

Traditional Rose Cotton Fabric*

Spring Chintz

£9.95
Traditional Rose Cotton Golden Chintz fabric.
New

Traditional Rose Cotton Fabric*

Golden Chintz

£9.95
Jane Churchill Fabrics Minerva Natural Linen J433F

Jane Churchill Minerva 12.5 mts Roll End*

Natural Linen J433F-1

£275.00
Colefax & Fowler Clarissa Mauve Green F1044-3

Colefax & Fowler Clarissa 4.8 mt Roll End*

F1044-3 Mauve Green

£125.00
Fryetts Dalarna Cotton Tutti Frutti fabric.
New

Fryetts Dalarna Cotton Fabric

Tutti Frutti

£9.95

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Printed Curtain Fabric

Printing is a process that is one of the last stages of making a fabric.  A fabric is woven and the fabric moves along while drums of each colour and design are pressed down onto the cloth at regular repeats across and up the fabric (warp & weft direction).  Here are some fabrics that are used:

Cotton Fabric

Cotton is a soft fibre that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant, a shrub native to the tropical and subtropical regions of both the Old World and the New World. The fibre is most often spun into thread and used to make a soft, breathable textile.

Linen Fabric

Linen is a material made from the fibres of the flax plant. Linen produced in Ireland is called Irish linen. Lighter weight linens are used for fabric household goods, such as pillowcases and towels.

Muslin Fabric

Muslin is a type of finely-woven cotton fabric, introduced to Europe from the Middle East in the 17th century. It was named for the city where it was first made, Mosul in what is now Iraq.

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

We offer a Made To Measure service on our printed curtain fabrics. If you would like to know more about our Made To Measure curtains please contact us.

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.

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

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