Our Eco Fabrics

We have carefully selected a range of 200+ sustainable fabrics, each with its own colour, texture and eco story. All available in made to measure curtains + blinds in every lining type. We call our fabrics “feel good fabrics” because not only do they look great, they have a neutral impact on the environment.


We care about our planet. Less waste and more responsible materials. Feel good about your curtains + blinds with naturally beautiful fabrics milled in the UK.



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Fabric Collections

Stitched Cotton Twill Sustainable Curtains

Cotton Twill is a super soft brushed fabric with an old school feel. It’s durable yet homely and offered in a variety of classic colours making it the perfect fabric for curtain or blind.

Stitched Blue Topaz Velvet Sustainable Curtains

Velvet is a super smooth fabric that’s soft and sumptuous to the touch and available in a range of classic neutrals, jewel tones and contemporary blush colours.

Stitched White & Washed Teal Blue Linton Linen Curtains

A linen blend range of soft calming colours complimented with rich earth tones. This soft drape presents a playful and delicate feel to a home.

Stitched Meditate Blue & Smoked Silver Grey Recycled Polyester Revive Curtains

Revive is a fabric of the future and a real conversation starter. Inspired by the natural pigments in traditional vegetable dyes, it’s made from recycled plastic bottles which are woven to create fabric with a surprisingly natural feel.

Stitched Pollen Yellow Flax Sustainable Curtains

Flax is a versatile fabric that blends subtle hints of colour for added depth. Flax yarns are spun with sustainable wool to create a lived-in, wild and strong weave with a colourful fleck detail.

Stitched Calypso Red Sustainable Wool Curtains

Wool is a pressed finish fabric offered in kaleidoscopic range of colours and made from sustainable wool. It is sleek, with a super-soft feel that drapes beautifully like a well tailored suit.

Stitched Antique Green Upcycled Silk Sustainable Curtains

Upcycled Silk is an enchanting, colourful and textural fabric with a subtle three tone tweed effect. It hangs beautifully and its recycled silk fibres give it a wonderfully soft and luxurious feel.

Stitched Jute Green Brown & Water Blue Hemp SustainableCurtains

Hemp is a home grown, feel good fabric is made from a slub yarn which gives it a rustic charm and a wonderfully natural looking texture, adding a rugged elegance to any room.

Stitched Gunmetal Grey & Pearl White Silk Curtains

Silk is a glamorous, seductive and enchanting fabric that’s so smooth it moves like liquid. Offered in classic tones, it drapes dramatically for a luxurious finish.

Stitched Midnight Purple Cotton Weave Curtains

Cotton Weave is offered in wonderful mix of eye-catching colours and some more subtle tones that create an exciting fabric perfect for making a bold statement.

Stitched Classic Transparent White Roller Blinds

A versatile range of neutral coloured fabrics to complement any scheme.

Stitched Plain Nudes White Cotton & Linen Curtains

A collection of cotton and linen textures characterised by their natural finishes and relaxed feel. This refined range offers fabrics full of subtle character.

Fabric Comparison Chart

We want to be completely transparent about our fabrics and their eco credentials, so we have put together a simple comparison chart which includes our full fabric range including linings. Each eco criteria is outlined below.


Glossary

Natural Fibre - Fabric is made of natural fibres extracted from plant or other biosources. Not all natural fibres are created equal, as a minimum our natural fibres must be biodegradable and/or come from rapidly renewable, environmentally sensitive sources. This criteria rules out certain natural fabrics that have undergone synthetic and environmentally unsustainable fabric extraction processes. Synthetic fibres and other non-renewable fibres many of which use significant energy and generate chemical waste in production. Natural-fibred fabrics are well ventilated and “breathable” which is the perfect match for made to measure curtains and blinds.


Recycled - Fabric is made in part from salvaged or recycled materials that are reused to create new products, which reduces the consumption of new materials and resources. Check out Marie’s Stitched Home whose custom curtains are made from recycled plastic fabric Revive.


Locally Milled - Fabric is milled in the UK and shipped directly to our Merseyside workshop. This reduces the overall carbon footprint of your curtains or blinds, minimises fabric waste and helps support local industry.


Rapidly Renewable - Fabric is woven from natural fibres that regenerate rapidly and naturally without placing a strain on the environment. For example, Hemp a fast growing biomass, whose stems, after harvesting, are left to decompose providing rich nutrients for the following year’s crop as an alternative to chemical fertilisers.


Low Waste - Fabric and its production process generates minimal waste including raw material usage, energy consumption and water usage. The UK alone sends 250,000 tonnes of textile waste to landfill every year landfill. Most of this fabric is synthetic fabric which emits harmful greenhouse gases (CO2 and methane) contributing to climate change and the rise of toxic substances that soil and groundwater sources.


Low Toxins - Fabrics employ no harmful chemicals in the fibre extrusion and dying process, and once made emit no or very low VOCs.


What is a VOC? VOCs are organic chemicals that evaporate or vaporise under normal conditions affecting the air quality of our interiors. They are a by-product of chemicals used in the manufacturing of a number of interior products like carpets, interior furnishings and paints. High levels can be hazardous to health but also contribute to global climate change too.


Eco Certified - Fabrics that have met the highest standards of environmental performance and been accredited by the European Commission. Environmental performance is determined by looking at the impact of the fabric throughout its lifecycle including cultivation, manufacturing, distribution, use and final disposal.


Need Some Advice?

Our friendly customer team would be happy to help with any fabric questions you have.