Head Liner Fabric

Car Headlining fabric, Bonded to 2mm foam, ideal for car and automotive interior roof lining and trimming, works well on;

  • Boat Interiors
  • Car Headlining
  • Roof Lining
  • Caravan Interiors
  • Side lining
  • Door Cards
  • Panels
  • Horse-boxes etc.

This fabric is the actual head liner, (KBT3937-F61-B135-1) works great as an initial underlay fabric to give any hard surface a soft cushion effect, use in-conjunction with a top fabric.

We also offer a spray adhesive suitable for this headlining fabric.

Free fabric samples are available,  request (KBT3937-F61-B135-1) fabric samples via Form

Speaker and Acoustic Fabrics

Speaker panel fabric, an open weave construction ideal for sound acoustic qualities, allows sound the pass transparently through the fabric with out effecting the sound quality.

Speaker fabric cloth for office partitions

Works well with speakers and bass traps. This fabric is also a popular choice of fabric for recovering office panels, office partitions, pin boards and notice boards that are used commonly in offices, schools, colleges and in commercial or retail applications.


The Speaker fabric has an excellent drape quality of this fabrics make it ideal for stage décor and back drop stage curtains.


Cleaning is easy using a standard domestic vacuum or you can wipe clean with a damp cloth, for a deep clean a suitable upholstery shampoo can be applied, regular cleaning will give the fabric a fresh clean appearance.

Fabric width is 170cm

weight is approx: 210 to 220grm m/2

Translucent Opaque Transparent Fabric

Translucent fabrics

In Simple Terms; See only shadows visible behind the fabrics

Light weight fabrics soft feeling and having a lot of drape, majority of translucent fabrics are made of polyester mix, but can also come in 100% cotton mull and cotton lawn cloth or swiss cotton.

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Navy Cotton Velvet Headboard

Velvet is a fantastic versatile fabric, curtains, upholstery, cushions, clothing, velvet will work for all. This is because it gives fantastic texture & is pretty hard wearing so you can think it is a purchase to last. Our sofa at home is covered a velvet & it still looks brand new, despite being used every day for over a year now.

Today I want to show you uses for a navy cotton velvet sold at Fabric UK.

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The Revolution of the Paisley


Paisley symbol originated in Persia 200-650 AD. Although the Paisley symbol originated in Persia many other cultures were influenced by the Paisley symbol such as the English, Indian, Romans, Pakistani’s, French and Chinese. We can engage in the practice of looking to communicate, to influence and be influenced. Therefore we live in a multicultural Society that is increasingly visual and shows the Paisley within a variety of purposes. There is substantial evidence in the Indian culture of the Paisley influence, for example the Indian shawls it is shown here in the image above of this Paisley print design. This includes woven wool shawls which is printed on top of the shawls. The influence around the world reflect on the fabrics used in today’s day and age. Traditional value is brought upon culture, principle and shows in prints in this modern day.

The Cycle of Silk

Silk is a protein fibre. Textile fibres can be created from many natural sources, one of them being insect cocoons such as silk worm cocoons. As all fabrics have to go through several means of testing to be put on the market, as silks been around since (Yangshao culture, 4th millennium BCE) for it to be made in to connecting fibres and in to textiles Chinese legend Lady Hsi-Ling-Shih, She is credited with the introduction of silkworm rearing and the invention of the loom. This became a revaluation to textiles which embrace the fashion industry in many ways. The smooth light airing feel of the fabric is woven into textiles by going through a processes of the insect growing in to an adult their worm blanket of fibres are being recycled for worth of others. The shine appearance of the silk is a reflection on triangular prism-like structure of the silk fibre. This is what allows silk cloth to refract incoming light at different angles, thus producing different colours.

The Cotton Family

Here is poly cotton poly cotton drill, cotton velvet, poly cotton strip, plain cotton, quilted cotton diamond shaped stitched and fire retardant poly cotton. Printed, soft, fun designed and stitched to embrace colour, texture and embrace that outfit your trying to make stand out from the crowd. With summer fast approaching and we all love to decorate for crazy barques here is an idea to use the printed coloured cottons to make bunting to dress up your party to impress.

Tips For Caring For Vintage Fabrics

Vintage fabrics are often some of the most difficult to care for, partially because of their age and also because they will often not have been created using any of the modern techniques that allow more modern fabrics to be so easy to clean, store and iron.

Of course, with vintage fashion now becoming extremely popular, more people than ever before are looking to purchase older fabrics so that they can create great outfits. If that sounds like you, the following tips should help you to take care of your new fabric so that it lasts as long as possible.

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Tips For Working With Sequin Fabrics

Before we start with this guide we think it is important to point out that working with sequins is not for the faint of heart. People who have plenty of experience working with fabrics will often find that they struggle with sequins, so we recommend that beginners get a little more used to the intricacies of the fabrics that they work with before trying their hand at adding sequins.

Still, when you get it right, sequins can add a touch of glamour to practically any garment that you design. By following these tips, you should have a much better chance of getting the end result that you’re looking for.

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