WE ARE SCALING DOWN OUR CUSTOM SERVICE AND FABRIC PRINTING BY
THE METRE IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLY TO EXISTING CUSTOMERS
If you have a repeating pattern then
you can use our Standard Service which means
you can order lengths of cotton 140 cms wide [ more
If you do not want to use the full width of the roll, or you are
printing just single images, then use our Precise
Ordering Service so you can request precise measures of fabric.
A Single Image or a Pattern?
Does your project need just a single image or does it require
a repeating pattern?
Sheeting: Light with some showthrough. Good
for bedding, summer skirts, light covers
Medium-weight, with little showthrough. Good for light curtaining
and roman blinds.
Panama: hard-wearing lightweight canvas, good for
aprons, blinds and other home accessories
Canvas: Heavy hopsack ideal for doorstops, draught
excluders and heavy cushion covers.
cottons we sell are at least 140cms wide. With our facilities,
we can offer you a length as short as half-a-metre to a maximum
of 3 metres. You can also specify in which direction you would
like the pattern to be printed.
Orders of more than 1 metre may not be accepted unless customers
first commission a sampler and verify they are happy with
the colour reproduction and fabric quality
Bit More Information
charge £4.50 for postage per delivery, unless the order
weighs in excess of that limit. Pricing is based on Royal Mail's
rates for 1st Class, Signed For delivery.
Once we have received your file, we offer you a sample preview
online. With a repeat pattern this gives you a chance to determine
how you wish to scale the repeat.
At this point you can still decide whether to order just a sampler
(for £22.50) or a length of fabric (sheeting, sateen, panama
or canvas-weight). Note that if you have not previously sampled
your artwork you cannot quality for even a partial refund or reprint.
Please note our minimum charge is £20.00 per order. This
is to cover the cost of our free preview service
We only print on 100% cotton and it is fully
machine washable. We are still using the first apron we made from
print run No 1 four years back. Sure, if an item is washed repeatedly
the colour will fade after a while. We have noticed that the rate
at which this occurs will differ depending on the nature of the
pattern with darker colours showing the wear sooner.
As you consider an order, I should like to point out our terms
and conditions in advance. We are a small workshop and
we cannot afford (either financially or emotionally) to absorb
the cost of reprints or disputes with customers. So please be
clear that there are certain risks in placing an order that are
If colour matching is a priority we recommend using our sampling
service ahead of prototyping in order to test your colour
palette safely and more economically.
If you let us know the project you are considering, we might be
able to advise you more accurately. - Rosablue