Fabric by the Metre

Fabric by the Metre

Fabric by the Metre

Fabric by the Metre

If you enjoy crafting your designs, explore our exquisite selection of designer fabrics, luxury textiles, and floral prints, all offered by the metre for your creative projects. Explore the allure of floral fabrics that add a touch of nature-inspired beauty to your creations.

Additionally, we offer a distinct category of Linen-Feel Fabric, embodying the perfect blend of luxury and comfort. Experience the rich texture and sophistication of linen without compromising on practicality. Our Water-Resistant Fabric provides a practical solution for projects that demand durability and resilience against the elements.

Visit our Fabric by the Metre page to discover a world of possibilities and embark on your creative journey with the finest materials at your fingertips.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Buying fabric by the metre is a straightforward process. Simply select the number of metres you want. It is as simple as that! If you have ordered more than one metre, the fabric will be sent to you in one continuous length that you can then cut to size for your needs.

A metre of fabric may not seem like a lot, but there are a number of possibilities and things that you can make with this length. Home décor items such as table runners, tablecloths, and napkins are a great use of this measure, and you can also make other items such as clothing or an apron.

The width of fabric sold by the metre will depend on the brand, style, and design. The fabric by the metre on Celina Digby is 144cms wide, excluding the legend. This gives you plenty of material and space to work with, allowing you to get creative with your designs and ideas.

Water-resistant fabric is excellent for a number of items. It makes the perfect tablecloth, preventing stains and creating an easy-to-clean surface. It is also highly durable and so can be used outdoors or in the kitchen. Why not create a vibrant apron or a comfortable bench seat pad to resist the typical rainy British weather?