Frequently Asked Questions
All fabrics are screenprinted by hand using water based pigments and binders to reduce their environmental impact. We use no machines to print the fabrics, only good old fashioned hand printing skills, every print run is slightly different which makes the fabrics truly unique.
All of our fabrics are printed to order which means we can print the design and colour you have chosen on the base cloth you need for your project. Our base cloths range from a light weight 135gsm to a heavy upholstery weight 425gsm fabric.
Most designs are available in half metre increments, with fabrics widths ranging from 137-140cm wide including the selvedge. We also sell smaller pieces of fabrics and scrap packs from our Etsy shop.
We now have an upholstery range which has been abrasion tested to a minimum of 26,000 rubs which means it is suitable for heavy interior upholstery use.
All fabrics are made with natural fibres, either 55% Hemp/45% Organic Cotton or 100% Hemp. This means that the fabrics can be used without treating them with a fire retardant coating if used in conjunction with other fire retardant materials underneath. Please ask the advice of your upholsterer before buying.
Most fabrics have been professionally heat set and can be hand washed using a gentle detergent and cool water. Alternatively fabrics can be dry cleaned. Hemp is a lovely strong fabric that softens with every wash so you will continue to be happy with your printed fabrics in years to come.
All fabrics have been pre-shrunk to prepare them for printing and dyeing but further skrinkage of between 5 and 7% might occur on the first wash, this is due to the nature of the fabric. Please pre-wash fabrics before sewing.
All of our fabrics are hand printed in our studio here in Sheffield, England. All of our kits are made in England and any finished items are sewn in our studio.
Yes I supply my fabrics to shops, interior designers and upholsterers, please fill in the form on the Trade page if you are interested in selling or using my fabrics.