Prague Chenille Fabric
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Prague Chenille Fabric

£24.00
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    Description

    Perfect for creating curtains, tablecloths or adding patchwork detail to your cushions, this chenille material comes in a mix of terracotta shades and is sold by the metre.

    Features
    Sizes Available
    One size available in W 140cm (55")
    Colours Available
    Terracotta
    Brand
    Dunelm
    Material
    Fabric
    Pack Size
    Sold by the metre
    Washing Instructions
    Dry clean
    Composition
    48% polyester 43% viscose 9% cotton
    Pattern Repeat
    30cm (12")
    Easy Returns

    We hope you love this product, but if you decide it's not right you can return it for free to your local store.

    Exceptions apply, see our full returns policy.

    Prague Chenille Fabric is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Curtain material: Prague terracotta Excellent though heavy material. Good services......
    Date published: 2017-04-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great quality fabric Lovely heavy, good quality fabric. Makes great looking curtains! I also covered a footstool in this but the fabric became rather threadbare quite quickly as the velvet feel part of the fabric rubbed away. So wouldn't recommend it for upholstery but the curtains have lasted well, 4 years now and still looking good
    Date published: 2015-10-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would recomend this product I was a bit unsure if my machine would actually sew through this material as its so heavy but it whizzed through it like a dream. I have recovered my large conservatory chair. I was so happy with the outcome that I went back for some more to cover my dinning room chairs. Love the colours in the material, look at it before you buy because the web site did not do it justice.
    Date published: 2015-06-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from My lounge looks amazing! I decided on a Moroccan theme in my lounge and I have had blinds,curtains and cushion covers made in this fabric and it looks fabulous. The fabric looks far more expensive that it costs.
    Date published: 2011-08-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So pleased with this fabric, Fantastic fabric, used it to cover sofa cushions, plus scatter cushions. Nice to work with & looks as if finished item's cost a great deal more.Real value for money. [...]
    Date published: 2010-05-29
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    We would like to use this fabric for a roman blind in our lounge. 123.00cm wide x 220.00cm long. We think, given the drop length, that it may be best to not have a lining because the lining may make the blind bulky. We would like as little drop as poss...

    We would like to use this fabric for a roman blind in our lounge. 123.00cm wide x 220.00cm long. We think, given the drop length, that it may be best to not have a lining because the lining may make the blind bulky. We would like as little drop as possible when the blind is open fully. We would value your expert opinion. To line or not to line this robust fabric.
    Asked by: Dyce quine
    Hi Dyce, Thank you for your question, If you are using this fabric for a blind to be open fully most of the time i would advise this to be made without the lining. The linings are best to be used to black out the light when closed or with the thermal linings this can keep the temperature regulated in the room, Hope this helps
    Answered by: Dunelm Service Team
    Date published: 2015-07-17
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