Design your own printed curtain fabric to make and sew at home for a fun DIY project. Our suede vision material is a popular choice as it's easy to work with and looks as good as it feels. Simply upload your designs, specify how much you curtain fabric by the metre you need to order and look forward to creating your own set of curtains.
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Dress up your windows to dress up your room. Curtains can change the feel of a whole room.
Choose from our wide range of curtain fabrics, from delicate lace to classic suede.
Super lightweight, sheer with a touch of sparkle. Floaty drape, transparent.
Soft, faux suede face with synthetic rubber back. Non fray, solid and strong. Fire rated & water repellent.
Lightweight woven poly-blend. Durable and solid with a slight spring. Soft, matt and opaque.
Stiff, non-fray, splash- proof woven poly. Delicate net texture with shiny face.
Silky, sheer and light. Soft woven poly. Semi-transparent with strong contrast print. Good natural drape.
Knitted poly fabric. Very stretchy, with a soft shimmery pile. Bright, intense colours. Retains heat well.
98% polyester 2% elastane
Coarse, open weave linen look fabric. Thick mesh-like textured surface. Still soft to touch. Off-white cream base tone.
Distinguished herringbone weave. Soft, cotton-feel. Textured on both sides. Off-white base tone.
Strong and durable linen look fabric. Light, cool and airy. Small amount of transparency. Holds shape wet or dry.
Smooth and crisp surface with lustrous sheen. Good strength and slightly stiff. Shimmery finish.
Classic chenille fabric, soft and strong. Textured caterpillar pile. Retains heat, water absorbent.
100% silk, tight weave, light and airy. Crepe-like texture with a dry handle. Soft, saturated tones.
100% cotton, satin weave. Soft and smooth with a matt finish. Drapes easily, sharp, detailed print.
Very fine open plain weave. Sheer, semi-transparent, Smooth and soft.
Soft with twisted yarns. crepe textured face. Added strength from poly fibres. Natural drape, punchy detailed print..
Soft, cotton-like touch with added durability from poly fibres. Open set net-like weave similar to cheesecloth.
Matte and opaque, this coarse fabric has a lot of surface detail and a natural ochre colour.
96% polyester 4% linen
Stunning pile creates marbled effect. Catches the light easily, textured surface. Medium weight, soft to touch.
face : 100% poly backing : 65% poly 35% cotton
Soft and matte with springy, spun yarn. Great stretch and solid construction, crepe handle to face and reverse.
Short pile makes for a super soft fabric, scrim back, opaque with slight sheen.
Handwash only, hang to dry. Low heat iron.
The product quality was good as expected . It was easy to up load pictures to be put on to the fabric. We love it !
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Fantastic results, and delivered really quickly, will definitely come back for more!
Step 1: Calculate dimensions
When measuring your window space, you need to account for the pleating/fullness. So for example, if your window is 1m wide, you'll need approximately 2m of curtain fabric so it doesn't look like a flat sheet when pulled across. How you plan to hang your curtains is also an important factor here. For standard pencil pleat heading, we'd suggest doubling the fullness; for eyelets, you'd need between 1.5 to 2.25 times fullness (make sure you have an even number of eyelets).
Where you plan to hang your curtains will influence the length. If they're to go within a window recess, the end of the fabric should sit just above the windowsill. For curtains hanging outside a recess, aim for 10cm below the windowsill. If you're making floor length curtains, you can easily let them finish just above the floor for easy pulling, sitting on the floor to keep draughts out or make them longer to add weight.
NB: Fabric shrinkage can be 2-6%, so we advise accounting for an additional 1cm of fabric all around, for hemming and in case of any shrinkage.
Step 2: Know the drop of your pattern
Check your pattern to see if it has a half drop repeat, half repeat, half drop pattern or whether it matches at the edges. Fabrics are limited to the width of the roll, so in cases where curtains are particularly wide, you will need to stitch separate panels together either vertically or even horizontally, resulting in your pattern meeting at the edges. (Within our design system, you can add a drop pattern/tile effect to your pattern).
Step 3: Start your design
Now you know the dimensions needed, you can begin to create your custom printed curtain fabric. Upload your design, edit it, rearrange it etc to ensure it's exactly as you want it. The preview shows the full width and length, without the pleating.
Our Suede Vision material for curtains can be machine washed without loss of colour at 30°. Iron on
Important: If you are making curtains for a non-domestic setting, i.e public space, university, hotel, it will be a requirement that the curtains are certified as fire rated. Suede Vision is fire rated to BS 5867 - 2:2008.
If you can’t decide on which photo to use, you can upload multiple images and create a photo collage. This can be done using one of our pre-set montage templates, or you can create your own entirely from scratch. It’s super easy to do and the possibilities are endless.
Step 1 – Click the start design button & select your product options.
Step 2 – Go to the ‘Images & Text Tools’ tab, click the ‘add images/Text’ button on your product & ‘Select Images to Upload’ or use the Facebook/Instagram tabs.
Step 3 – Choose the images you want to use for your collage, upload & select them from the uploaded photos list.
Step 4 – Click ‘Create montage’ & select your collage style.
Step 5 – Add the collage to your design.
Your designs are printed onto the curtain fabric using up to date digital printing techniques. This bonds the eco-friendly inks deep into the fibre of the material creating a vivid, long-lasting print. This will not crack over time, peel or rub off. Once printed our craftsmen will make sure that your fabric is cut to the size you specified, and this will then either be passed to the seamstresses if you chose a hemming option or straight to quality control if you didn't. You have a choice of curtain fabric edge finishes which are as follows:
Important: please read our full guidelines on shrinkage and hemming to avoid disappointment. This is essential for when you measure up your material.