Personalise your own viscose fabric using your photos and memories. Sharp detailing and rich colours give beautiful prints every time. Super lightweight at only 76 gsm, this customised viscose fabric truly is as light as a summer breeze. A beautiful flowing drape makes this custom viscose material perfect for floaty, summer wear.
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Too many photos will result in very small images, so we will advise a maximum number of photos per product size. Contact us if unsure.
Viscose has a huge range of properties making it a versatile and popular fibre to work with.
Very fast, excellent quality, big choice
Very good quality. My print came out better then I expected
Wonderful fabric print service!
This was my 3rd order with fabric prints from jpg picture. Very good service; in doubt about your photo quality they contact you. Great quality product, good service and so fast! Highly recommended.
Viscose is a very unique material. It is not a natural textile, neither is it completely man-made. It is known as semi-synthetic and is one of only a very few such fabrics. Viscose was the first artificial fibre to be created. It was made in the 1800s by French scientist Hilaire de Chardonnet. The British patent was taken out by scientists Edward John Bevan and Charles Frederick Cross, in the late 1800s. Viscose, also known as Rayon, was created as an artificial silk. A cheaper alternative which was somewhat easier to produce. Viscose is made from cellulose fibre, the main component in the wall of plants - wood pulp to be specific - which goes through a chemical process, dissolving this pulp with aqueous sodium hydroxide, with a presence of carbon disulphide. This is where the semi-synthetic categorisation comes from. Although derived from a natural material, the creation of viscose is a chemical process. Other examples of semi-synthetic fabrics are seacell, which comes from seaweed, modal which comes most often from beech trees, and bamboo viscose which is made from bamboo grass.
There are various finishing options when you order your customised viscose fabric. You can have your material cut on the line, which will remove any white edges that may appear around your printed design, or you can request it is sent to you as it comes, straight from the printer with those edges still there. If you would prefer our talented seamstresses can hem your printed viscose fabric for you. Available in either a folded hem or an overlocked hem you can choose between black or white thread. Ensure to allow extra fabric when choosing your size, and add on a couple of days for the hemming to be done.
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.
We use digital printing methods on all of our fabrics. Dye sublimation techniques first print your design onto a sheet of transfer paper. Don't worry, we don't put a transfer onto your fabric. This specialist transfer paper bonds the eco-friendly inks deep into the fibres of your customised viscose fabric when heat is applied. This results in a beautiful, full-colour HD print that will last for years to come. This leaves you with your printed viscose, with no transfer on the surface, giving you the original handle of the material, ready to use for your next home project or dressmaking venture. Due to the print process, large areas of solid colour may show minor blemishes or discolouration. This is to be expected and we would advise avoiding large solid blocks of colour if possible.