Will my fabric come in one length ?
Yes all order are sent in one continuous length no matter how you add them to your basket. ie; if you add 5m, then a seperate 1/2m of the same fabric to your basket. You will receive 5 1/2m in one continuous length.
I can't see where to input the promo code ?
Once you have added your products to you cart proceed to checkout. You are now in your Shopping Cart. 'I have a gift voucher or promo code' is below 'Choose Delivery Method' and above 'Checkout Securely' .
How to I order samples ?
More information about this process can be found here.
Can I pay over the phone ?
We are an online-only, all orders need to be paid for on the website.
How much are your delivery costs ?
Delivery costs are based on the weight of your order. The website automatically calculates the weight of your order and applies the cost to your Cart. All costs are clearly visible prior to entering any payment.
Full breakdown of costs can be found here.
What does the rub test value mean ?
This relates to suitability of fabrics for upholstery and how durable they are. The rub test score is an international measurement of the durability of fabric for general domestic or contract use. Fabric is categorised by a numerical score to show how durable it is, the higher the score the more durable it is. Also known as martindale rating.
Score below 10,000 - Fabrics are generally recommended for decorative uses such as cushions, soft furnishing or light use upholstery.
Score 10,000 - 20,000 - Fabrics would be suitable for light use domestic upholstery purposes such as occasional chairs.
Score 20,000 - 25,000 - Fabrics suitable for general domestic upholstery uses but not items under very heavy use.
Score 25,000 - 30,000 - Fabrics suitable for high levels of everyday use in the home or light commercial use.
Score 30,000 + Fabrics are in this category and can be used in any domestic or commercial environment (after fire retardant treatment)
How much fabric do I need to make curtains or blinds ?
There are so many variables to consider when making curtains, and there is lots of advise on the internet sew- helpful has many useful guides. Below are a few useful tools.
Curtains, Roman Blinds, Cushions
What does 'Repeat Pattern' mean ?
The repeat pattern of the fabric relates to the size of the pattern on the fabric and when the pattern begins to repeat itself. It's measured as the distance from the one point in the design to when that points repeats itself again. It's measured both vertically and horizontally and it's particularly important for large pattern designs and making curtains.