Velvet Fabric

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Traditionally velvet fabric has been associated with nobility. The earliest velvet was produced in Baghdad in the 13th Century and the technique was adopted by Italian weavers in the 14th Century. It was these weavers of Genoa, Florence and Venice who introduced colour and design into the velvet fabric. The earliest velvets were made of silk but today cotton is used to produce this soft, lustrous fabric. In various weights it is used in upholstery, curtains and garments.

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  1. Tex Ex Original Leopard Velvet Yellow Grey 2032

     

    Tex Ex Original Leopard Velvet Yellow Grey 2032

    £15.60 / Metre

    Super soft printed velvet suitable for curtains, uphosltery and dress. Free samples available.

  2. Tex Ex Original Leopard Velvet Jade Orange 2030

     

    Tex Ex Original Leopard Velvet Jade Orange 2030

    OUT OF STOCK
    £19.50 / Metre

    Super soft printed velvet suitable for curtains, uphosltery and dress. Free samples available.

  3. Leopard Flock Jersey Black I163

     

    Leopard Flock Jersey Black I163

    OUT OF STOCK
    £7.50 / Metre

    Leopard flock fabric suitable for dressmaking and craft. Free samples available.