Fabric Digital Printing Online Print Store
We are based in Swindon and we specialise in digital fabric printing such as Cotton, Silk, Linen and Wool. We work nationwide in the UK and we also export our printed fabrics to other countries. Whether you are from London, Dublin, New York or Moscow, we will be able to help you.
Digital Print on Fabric specialists
We print for Fashion designers, Crafters, Upholsterers and simply creative individuals. If you can create a beautiful design and need it digitally printed on natural fabric, we can help you. Our fabrics can be used for different projects such as cushions, curtains, upholstery, clothing and much more.
Digital textile printing
We print only on high quality fabrics sourced from REACH and OEKO - TEX certified mills. We use High Quality REACH certified water based Reactive Inks. You can expect an excellent colour fastness on your fabric. We can print from as little as one meter on the fabrics we have in stock. If you cant find fabric you need in our list, please drop us a line, we can print on hundreds of different types of Natural fabrics. Most of the fabrics are 140 - 150 cm wide. The average order turnaround time is 5-7 days from your order to shipping. If your order is £100 or over, we offer free shipping in UK.
Start creating your fabric print design now
For your convenience we have made a Create section, where you can upload your designs, preview how it will look on fabric, choose the type of fabric you want and place an order. We accept JPG, PNG, TIFF and PDF files. If your File is too big for uploading (more than 10MB), please let us know, we can use transfer services such as Wetransfer and Dropbox.
Shrinkage of Printed fabric
As washing is an important technological process for printing with Reactive dyes, please expect some fabric shrinkage (5%-15%). The shrinkage degree is different for different types of fabrics.
We had the cotton Warp Satin printed to meet the needs of our customer. The quality is excellent & the customer service was brilliant in meeting our needs in a very tight time-scale. Once again thank you for the service.
I am absolutely thrilled with fabric I ordered. I am making the quilt for my granddaughters wedding. Thank you very much!
I’ve just received my fabric and I’m absolutely thrilled! Love it, love it, love it – it’s retained all the details and is so crisp! Amazing job, thank you.
We are very pleased with fabric and the service we have received. The very large images are of the highest quality and it has been so easy to discuss our requirements and provide the prepared artwork to Sergejs. The speed of delivery has been very impressive. We will definitely use you in the future
My fabric just arrived – it looks brilliant! Even better than I hoped it would – thank you so much for turning it around so quickly aswell, I really appreciate it. I will definitely be back in touch for more things soon!
thanks so much for the fabric… it looks great!
Fabric has just arrived and it looks fantastic, thank you. Hopefully I will have lots more orders for you in the future.
Just received my fabric – many thanks.. the print is great – exactly as envisaged and the quality of the material is lovely. I really appreciate you going the extra mile on this as the results are superb. Thank you again. can’t wait to get sewing!
We received the fabric that we ordered very quickly. The communication with the company was fantastic, our fabric is amazing, exactly what we wanted and even better than expected. We will definitely use this company again for future projects.
Roman blind printed on Cotton Warp Satin
Creating your unique design is a relatively easy process. For example, our 4 years old daughter created her own design, please see picture below.
Step and repeat file for Fabric Printing
There are plenty of articles and videos available on the internet on how to create Step and Repeat File (it is also called continuous pattern) for printing on fabric.
This process is not complicated, but you have to know the sequence of steps, to be able to create it.
First of all, open your design in Photoshop or, GIMP.
How to choose your file size for fabric printing
We have been asked a number of questions regarding the size of the file to be uploaded for a good quality print on fabric. In this post, we will explain how to calculate a necessary file size to be able to print good quality images on fabric
The quality of the printing will be determined by the file size and its resolution.
If your image is already in digital format, such as jpg, tiff, png or other, make sure it is 150 – 300 dpi (dots per inch). On jpg files you can see the size and resolution of the image in its properties (right mouse click on image – properties - details).
As we see on the image below, our file size is 2084 x 1474pixels at 96 dpi (dots per inch).
If your file is not in digital format, but is on paper or other material, we recommend it to scan at the resolution of 150 - 300dpi.
Step and repeat or continuous pattern for textile printing
If you use step and repeat pattern, you print many files put next to each other. It is like a mosaic. In this case the file size of 2-3 MB is normally big enough to have a good printing quality on fabrics.
Single file printed on fabric
If you would like to print just one file with a bunch of flowers on the fabric, which is 1.5m wide and 1m long, you would need quite a big file, to make sure that the printed work is looking good and not pixelated.
How to calculate, how big file would you need for printing on fabric
- For good quality you would need at least 150dpi (dots per inch).
- Let’s assume that the width of the fabric you want to print is 1000mm or 40 inches. (1 inch = 25.4mm)
- And Length of the fabric you want to print on fabric is 1000 mm or 40 inches.
- So, the width of file should be 150dpi x 40 = 6000 pixels; Length, 150dpi x 40 = 6000 pixels.
- The Size of your file should be 6000 x 6000 pixels.
- If you print in greyscale, the size of each pixel is 1 byte;
- If you print RGB, the size of each pixel is 3bytes;
- 6000 x 6000 x 3 = 36000000 Bytes or 34.3MB.
As you see, you would need a very big file size, but it will be enough for a good quality picture of a bunch of flowers printed on fabric.
Rule of thumb for file size for textile printing
There is also a very simple rule of thumb. For A4 format you would need a 12MB file size to have a good quality non-pixelated image.
If you are not sure about the file size, please contact us, we will help you.