We have the perfect furnishing fabrics to help you make your home your own when making curtains or upholstering your furniture. Choose from jacquards, linens, and damasks to name just a few. All fabrics are available in a variety of colours and patterns to suit your décor.
A plain or patterned fabric that has 2 layers of acrylic coating adhered to the base cloth. You don’t need a lining for these fabrics..
A knit or woven fabric constructed so as to trap warm air between the yarns. It often comes in a waffle or honeycomb texture.
Sheeting fabric is a durable, machine-washable and dryable fabric that comes in widths large enough for bed sheets, quilt backs and other projects.
Upholstery is soft, padded textile covering that is fixed to furniture such as armchairs and sofas. Tapestry is a thick textile fabric with pictures or designs formed by weaving coloured weft threads into the fabric.
A medium weight fabric that is heavier than many fabrics found in fabric stores. It is typically used for curtains, pillows and bedding. It is soft enough for use in quilting and fashion.
Hessian, a dense woven fabric, has been historically produced as a coarse fabric, but more recently it is being used in a refined state known simply as jute.
Sheer curtains are made of lightweight, semi-transparent fabrics. Traditionally, their purpose has been to allow light to enter through them while maintaining a degree of privacy. They are used in combination with heavier curtains or drapes, which can be opened during the day and closed at night.
Calico is a fabric that is made from unbleached cotton. It is used for quilting as well as home crafts, home decorating and clothing.
Continuous curtaining comes complete with heading tape. Simply purchase the width of fabric you require and hem the curtain to your specific window drop. Ideal for large windows and sliding doors.
A strong, coarse, unbleached cloth made from hemp, flax, or cotton. It is used to make a variety of household items.
A fabric made on a loom, with an intricate variegated pattern, which includes damasks, tapestries, brocades, and matelassé fabrics.