Customise your own sewing fabric with your photos, images and text. Browse our range of different sewing fabrics which have unique properties. Medium or lightweight options, all custom made and in bespoke sizes. Sewing fabric, UK printed in our purpose-built, London studio by hand to order, with your custom design.
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You can customise your own sewing fabric online with your photos, images and text.
Browse our range of sewing fabrics
Medium weight, soft and non-stretch, matte, sheer and smooth
Medium weight, stiff and non-stretch, matte and sheer
50% polyester 50% cotton
Medium weight, soft and non-stretch, matte, opaque and smooth
80% cotton / 20% poly
Medium weight, soft with no stretch, matte and opaque with a smooth surface
84% cotton / 16% poly
Light weight, soft with no stretch, matte and sheer, smooth. Muted colours that sit on top of the fabric. Warm vintage finish.
100% Supima cotton Pigment Inks
Medium weight, non-stretch and soft, opaque and matte. Muted colours that sit on top of the fabric. Warm vintage finish.
95% cotton 5% linen Pigment Inks
Medium weight, soft and matte with no stretch, sheer and smooth. Muted colours that sit on top of the fabric. Warm vintage finish.
100% cotton Pigment Inks
Medium weight, soft with no stretch, matte and opaque
Medium weight, soft with no stretch, matte and coarse, sheer. Muted colours that sit on top of the fabric. Warm vintage finish.
100% cotton Pigment Inks
Light weight, soft with no stretch, matte and sheer, smooth. Super bright colours and deep blacks, strong wash fastness, using reactive ink chemistry. Expect shrinkage 1-2% weft, 3-4% warp.
100% Supima cotton Reactive Inks
Wash at 30°C, low tumble dry heat, hang to dry, do not wring, low heat iron.
Sewing is one of the oldest textile arts; it is believed that in the Stone age, across Europe and Asia, people sewed the fur and skin of animals using needles made from bone, ivory and antler with thread made from various animal parts - including veins. Modern-day sewing is much more civilised, using threads of various colours and metal needles to stitch together two (or more) pieces of fabric. For thousands of years, sewing was all done by hand, but the 19th century saw the invention of the sewing machine, and now all sorts of people stitch by hand or machine from textile artists, tailors and dressmakers to hobbyists all around the globe. You can sew with any number of fabrics, but cottons and polycottons remain the most popular, with characteristics and weights that lend themselves to the fine art.
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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 cotton sewing fabric printing is done digitally, using either a pigment printing or a dye sublimation method. It can be sent as it comes from the printer, or cut on the line with the white borders removed. Depending on the type of sewing project you are undertaking, you may want to have your sewing fabric UK hemmed; one of our expert seamstresses will either hem your sewing fabric with an overlocked hem or with a folded hem using a straight stitch. You can have your cotton sewing fabric hemmed with either black or white cotton - no veins, we promise.
All of our fabrics are printed at 200dpi. This works for us as it combines a great quality as we as a good file weight. In order to avoid resizing and interpolation, we recommend that you scale your image to 100% at 200dpi. Our design interface works with a traffic light system that acts as a quality marker for your designs. This will show you whether the resolution is too low for printing. When you re-upload your design with a highest resolution, the traffic lights will change colour, showing you're good to go. A message will pop up alongside the traffic lights to let you know if the resolution is too low or if you have a good quality image.
Your uploaded design will automatically be scaled to fit the size of fabric you've chosen. You can change the dimensions of your fabric by amending the measurements on the ‘Product Options’ tab, under ‘Print Size’. To see how this fits with the dimensions of your image/design, you can refer to the ‘Images & Text Tools’ tab under 'Quality Information'. Here, you will be able to edit the dimensions of the image.
We always recommend using an RGB colour space when you upload your images. More specifically, we suggest using the sRGB image profile, to achieve best colour results. This will need to be done in your editing software; choose RGB as the working space, and assign the image profile as sRGB (full name sRGB IEC61966-2.1)
There is no length limit for most of our fabrics. Our preview design window is set up to displaying a maximum of 10m to help you visualise the print, but that doesn't mean this is the print limit. If you'd like to order more, you can increase the quantity (x2 for 20m or x4 for 40m for example) and order as much as you'd like. Larger volumes will receive an automatic discount too. While the fabric length is nothing to worry about, each individual fabric will have a maximum width side: These can be found on the fabric's page information or in the design interface.
Yes, that will help you when it comes to cutting or framing your printed fabric. We recommend always adding a little extra space for borders into your purchased fabric size. When we print your materials, or send out fabric samples, we typically trim squarely around the fabric, leaving approximately 5mm white space. Cutting neatly on the line has an additional fee.
Crocking is the term used to describe fading along the creases in a fabric. It typically can occur after constant washing or heavy use of digitally printed natural fabrics. Crocking can be minimised by hand washing your fabrics at a cooler temperature, rather than machine washing. If you want to make sure there's no chance of crocking, we'd suggest you use a poly fabric.
Yes, our organic fabrics don't have an additional coating like non-organic fabrics have, which means it absorbs the inks deep into its fibre and reducing the colour strength slightly (this can be approximately -40%). If you would like a bolder, more vibrant colour for your fabric, we would suggest using a non-organic fabric.
Unfortunately not; all of our fabrics have been tested meticulously to ensure we know exactly how to get the best results, and our facilities cater perfectly to them. If you are set on a fabric we don't offer, we can offer custom printed sublimation paper to order which will allow you to heat press your designs onto your own fabrics.
If your design is simple and less intricate, a JPEG will be absolutely fine. However, if you have created a design with multi-coloured detailing, we would recommend saving your design in a TIFF format.
Similar to other fabric printing processes, shrinkage can occur. The amount of shrinkage will depend on the fabric, but as a general rule of thumb, please allow for 2-8% shrinkage when working out your measurements. Shrinkage is not an exact science, and the amount of shrinkage will vary from print run to print run. We'd always suggest order a little more than you need for your project.
Many of the fabrics we offer are semi-transparent, so printing on both sides of the fabric is not a service we offer.
At the moment, all of our fabric labels are printed on satin fabric. For now, we believe this is the best choice, but will potentially introduce other options in the future. All labels are cut to the same label format. If you would like to choose a different fabric and format for your labels, you could always order a sheet of the fabric of your choice to create labels yourself.
Our fabrics are printed with water-based inks as environmental consciousness is always front of our minds. Water-based inks include no chemicals or solvents, and our printing process uses heat to fix colours and patterns into place to avoid excess or contaminated water returning into the water system (this is something that can occur through steaming). All printing, fulfilment and production is done in our one facility in London, and rather than rolling the fabrics or sending them in a tube, you will receive your material folded up. This amounts to 150 tubes saved a week, as well as much more space on the delivery van for more orders. (For delicate fabrics we ensure to package appropriately).
Although very rare, there could be a slight colour difference from one print run to another. This is a normal part of the printing process, however we are always working to improve our colour profiles. It is unlikely that the difference in print runs will be hugely different (for example, it's unlikely your orange is suddenly going to be red). The likelihood of colour variations can be intensified fabric to fabric due to materials having different grains and textures; natural fabrics typically have more muted colour tones, while poly alternatives have a bolder hue. This is because the construction of the material is different, and the printing method has to be altered slightly for more delicate, natural textiles.
Our full cut & sew service at Bags of Love can be used to your full advantage. We even offer hemming for your fabrics at a small additional cost. Our hems are created with a one or two cold hem that typically uses around 5 to 20mm of fabric (depending on the thickness of your chosen material). Please bare this in mind when you are ordering your printed fabric with hems: If you would like your finished piece to be 100cm x 100cm, change your dimensions to 101.5cm instead to allow space for your hems (you will also need to include additional for potential shrinkage). The thicker the fabric, the bigger the hem will be. Your printed fabric will be hemmed with either Black or White thread. If you are ordering a lightly woven material or a printed silk, you will find that one hem will be straight, while the other slightly rippled. The hemming material allowances are as follows and you need to make your print bigger to accommodate the hem:
For further information about our fabrics see our FAQs.
Please note: As everything we provide is handmade to order, you may find a slight variance in the sizes.