Create your own personalised design and select from our beautiful georgette fabrics to print it onto. Lightweight and sheer, custom printed georgette material is perfect for clothing and dressmaking as well as home decor and interiors. Printed georgette material, UK made to order in our London studio, is also great for bridal wear.
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Fine details and sharp lines are printed concisely, and colours are punchy and deep with this custom printed georgette material.
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Dry clean only recommended, can be hand washed in cold water with silk detergent.
Ultra fast and sharp printing
Very quick delivery and the sharpness and quality of the large format printer (mouse pad style material) was excellent.
Excellent and prompt
Top quality printing, arrived quickly-more than happy!
Great service and really pleased with the quality of the fabric I ordered, I most certainly will be using Bags of love again soon. I love that there is such a wild variety of fabrics to print of and colour and resolution are great.
Georgette fabric is a fine woven crepe material. It is characteristically lightweight. It is a sheer textile, so the majority of garments made from georgette are lined. It has a fantastic drape and is a fabric which frays easily. Custom printed georgette material doesn't easily crease (poly georgette barely creases at all) and is perfect for bridal wear, as well as dressmaking and home decor such as fine curtains. Georgette gets its name from Madame Georgette de la Plante, who was a French milliner (someone who makes and/or sells women's hats) and dressmaker. Traditionally it is made from silk, however, modern materials can also be used to make georgette fabric, which gives it other properties and characteristics. We offer a 100% silk, and a poly printed georgette fabric, UK custom made right here in our London studio with your personalised design.
Once your printed georgette material, UK custom made, has your beautiful design in full colour it can be sent straight out to you. We call this "As it comes" and you'll have a white-edged border around your fabric. You can, if you prefer, choose to have your fabric either "Cut on the Line" so all the white edges are removed or as it is a fraying material, you may prefer to have it hemmed. You'll be given the option of a black or white thread, and either an overlocked hem, which stitches over the edges of your fabric or a two-fold hem with a straight stitch. If you choose to have your custom printed georgette material hemmed, then please allow 6-8 mm on each of the sides of your fabric (12-16 mm in total) for hemming when you give us your bespoke measurements.
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.
All fabrics are printed digitally, and when we create printed Georgette fabric, UK made, here in our London based studio, it is no different. There are multiple methods that we use to do this based on whether the material is natural or synthetic. These methods include pigment printing and dye sublimation, both of which will print your personalised design in full colour to your chosen fabric. Natural materials are pigment printed, which is where the coloured dyes are applied directly to the fabric, in a localised way, building the design up. Synthetic materials use our two-step dye sublimation printing. We first print your custom design onto transfer paper, which is then bonded with heat directly to your fabric. 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.