Our range of cotton print fabrics are perfect for your home craft projects, from making cotton printed bags to light summer skirts. The printing process ensures your unique design is beautiful and long lasting. A handmade item is one thing, but it's another when it's made using your own custom cotton print fabric.
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Choose from 100% natural cottons and cotton blends.
Desaturated print for vintage, rustic charm. Lightweight, with high levels of absorbency. Slightly starched.
Semi opaque poplin weave fabric. Intense colours, bright face. Very fine brushed surface.
Hardwearing, soft and breathable. Slight brushed surface with an ivory base tone. Lighter, thinner than poplin.
Smooth and soft face with a matt reverse. Easy to handle. Very tight twill weave, locks in heat.
100% cotton. Light, airy and smooth on the skin. Nice drape. Use for clothes, furnishings.
Cotton and linen blend. Cool and smooth on the skin, with some stretch. Slightly stiff finish.
100% natural cotton satin weave. Smooth face, matt finish. Reflects & absorbs the light. Crisp to touch.
100% organic half-panama cotton. Authentic flecks of cotton seeds. Visible basket weave. Breathable.
Brighter than half-panama, slightly textured surface. Heavy, opaque, matt. Ideal for blinds, apparel, jackets.
100% natural cotton, distinctive twill weave, breathable. Structured, holds shape well. Soft on the skin.
100% cotton. Textured dobby weave. Heavy, crisp, starched handle. Cream base. Upholstery, apparel.
100% cotton. Heavy & dense but soft and warm on the skin. Strong, hardwearing diagonal drill weave structure.
100% cotton with natural, rustic feel. Tightly woven with visible cloth pattern. Slightly starched, paper-white base tone.
For the everyday care of your new purchase, yours is a deceptively hardy material which is a bit tougher than it looks! To get the most out of your product, make sure you stick to these simple wash and care instructions and it should stay soft, colourful and happy.
Working with cotton is so easy, and the results are spectacular. Our innovative printing process for cotton gives a clear and exceptional print on natural fabrics, as it bonds the ink to the material. Cotton by nature is soft, durable and a match made in heaven for dressmakers as it's a breathable, moisture wicking fabric. But being so versatile in the different textures, weights and blends of cotton print fabric available, it's perfect for beddings, crafts and underwear too. Have fun getting creative with cotton!
This digital process gives your fabric a beautiful, slightly muted nique pattern is made from eco-friendly inks that are bonded with the fibres of your chosen cotton, meaning the print won't peel away or scratch off. Each individual cotton has its own base tone, ranging from brilliant white to muted ivory, giving your finished print a unique look.
Depending on how you plan to use your cotton print fabric, you can choose how you want the edges to be finished:
If you choose to have your textile finished with a hem, please bear in mind these measurements and ensure you factor this into your dimensions.
On the whole we recommend a cold delicate wash for more gentle cleaning, or specialist dry cleaning. Hot washing at anything above 30°c could cause colour fading. As with all natural cottons there is a significant degree of shrinkage in the print process and in the use you may have for the material. Please accept 2-3 % shrinkage in the X and Y directions. To compensate, we suggest to allow a margin of shrinking in your design. Do this by adding more bleed area in your design. It is not an exact science and we cannot predict exactly how one lot of cotton prints will shrink to the next.
The opportunities are almost endless. Use the light Lima Cotton to make a pair of seasonal pyjamas. Due to the moisture wicking abilities, it can lock in heat as well as draw it away from the body, so bedtime will always be comfortable no matter what the weather. Or use the Cotton Twill, which is slightly thicker, to use for upholstery, scatter cushions or your craft projects.