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Woven Fabric

Create Your Own Woven Material

Save 21% from 158.00 د.إ.‏ Was 200.00 د.إ.‏

Enjoy browsing our extensive range of woven fabrics. You can design your own woven material online using our design interface, and see your artw...

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Woven Fabric Features

  • Choose from a wide range of woven materials
  • Permanent, full colour print
  • Different edge finishing options available
  • Printed to order with your dimensions
  • Printed in our studio
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Order a sample of your design, or choose our pre-designed colour charts.

Care instruction

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.

  • Wash At 30 Degrees
  • Wash at 85 Fahrenheit
  • Tumble 1
  • Low Heat

Information About Your Woven Fabric

Woven fabrics are a wide and versatile group. They include so many different textiles, with varying characteristics. Delicate and feminine wovens such as chiffon, organza and silk seem so different in contrast to their hardier cousins, like twill, poplin and canvas. Thanks to their plethora of benefits, woven materials are used for a variety of different end uses. Clothing, homeware, and accessories are all popular choices to make when you design your own woven fabric. Some tightly woven fabrics are waterproof and weather proof, and as such can be used to make items such as umbrellas, raincoats, and even parachutes. On the whole, textiles that are woven have a firm and solid construction that maintains the straight nature of its yarn. 

At Bags of Love, we carry all three types of woven fabrics; plain weave, satin weave, and twill weave. You will notice that each as their own distinct features, so make sure you spend time getting to know each one and seeing which will be the best for your next project.

  • Browse a wide range of woven fabrics
  • Customise with your own designs
  • Enjoy a permanent, full-colour print
  • Twill, plain, and satin weaves
  • Specialist fabric printing
  • Suitable for a wide range of end uses
  • Perfect for makers, fashion designers and students
  • Choose from 4 edge finishing options
  • Customise your own dimensions
  • No minimum runs
  • Made to order
  • Printed in our studio

How Does Digital Printing On Woven Fabric Work?

We are very proud of our specialist printing method, that is achieved through the careful work of the Bags of Love print technicians. Using water-based inks, your designs are printed deep into the fibers of your chosen woven material. Not only does this lock in the colour, it creates a permanent and bold print that will not fade over use or time (as long as care instructions are followed). Every fabric has its own unique characteristics. This means that they each take the ink a little differently and as a result, the print can be more vibrant or softer. The base tones of the fabrics can make a big difference too, so make sure you read up about each fabric before making your selection.

You can also choose how you want the edges of your textile to be finished:

  • As it comes. We roughly cut around your image, leaving a simple scissor cut (perhaps uneven white fabric border).
  • Hem with thread. We can hem your fabric with a choice of black or white thread. Please allow 1-2 days additional production time. See below for information on how hemming affects the size of your print.
  • Cut on the line. We neatly and precisely cut on the edge of your image.

There are certain measurements that you should keep in mind if you want your fabric hemmed. Please factor these into your final dimensions:

  • Light fabrics: we use 6-8mm in the hem (2 fold), so your width/height will be minus 12-16mm
  • Medium fabrics that fray: we use 15-20mm in the hem (2 fold) so your width/height will be minus 35-40mm
  • Stiff/heavy/no-fray fabrics: we use 15-20mm in the hem (1 fold) so width/height will be minus 35-40mm

How To Care For Your Woven Fabric

Fabrics made from weaving tend to be tauter and hardier than knitted fabrics. This makes them strong and durable and easy to care for. As woven fabrics can fray, it is always important to finish them off with the correct hem - a zigzag stitch or serger work best. They keep their shape well and are less prone to snagging and stretching. To ensure your customised woven fabric always looks its best, we recommend only washing them in a cool and delicate wash - never above 30 degrees C. Leave them to drip dry and if in any doubt, you can take them to a specialist dry cleaners. 

What Can I Make With My Woven Fabric?

The question should be, what can't you make with woven material? There are so many uses for wovens that the choice really is quite endless. They tend to be a popular option for a lot of different kinds of clothing. Poplin and twill make wonderful material for shirts, thanks to their structure and smart aesthetic. Crepe is a very popular choice for dresses, skirts and blouses. The wedding dress industry use weaves in abundance. Fabrics such as organza, chiffon, Georgette, and taffeta are always popular in the construction of bridal dresses, thanks to their ethereal and feminine qualities. The peached and poly-coated woven fabrics make great choices for outdoor items such as windbreakers, splash suits and umbrellas. See what you can make and let us know the results. 

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