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Waterproof Fabric Specification And Qualities

All of our waterproof fabric here at Fabric UK are 100% Polyester, Oxford Weave and PU coated to withstand 800mm-1000m H2O waterproof standard. Variations 2 Ounce Our 2 ounce waterproof...
by Fabric UK Blog on Mar 20, 2013

What’s in Season – Spring

Make sure to check out my What’s in Season page. I have updated it for what vegetables and fruits are in season for spring. One of my favorites is asparagus. I can’t get enough. I love it roasted with just salt and pepper. It’s grea...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 20, 2013

Waterproof Fabric Specification

All of our waterproof fabric here at Fabric UK are 100% Polyester, Oxford Weave and PU coated to withstand 800mm-1000m H2O waterproof standard. The varying qualities are as follows: Rip...
by Fabric UK Blog on Mar 20, 2013

Just takes a Minute

I was reading a Woman’s Day magazine yesterday and an ad caught my eye, Two Minute Do-Gooder. It is about childhood hunger and how Kellogg’s is donating one full breakfast to a child in need through the Action for Healthy Kids organizatio...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 13, 2013

Just takes a Minute

I was reading a Woman’s Day magazine yesterday and an ad caught my eye, Two Minute Do-Gooder. It is about childhood hunger and how Kellogg’s is donating one full breakfast to a child in need through the Action for Healthy Kids organizatio...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 13, 2013

Make your own Corned Beef

This year I decided to corn my own beef for St. Patty’s Day. I did some research on the background of corned beef and how to go about corning it and found some interesting facts along the way. I figured it was an Irish dish but found out the co...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 11, 2013

Make your own Corned Beef

This year I decided to corn my own beef for St. Patty’s Day. I did some research on the background of corned beef and how to go about corning it and found some interesting facts along the way. I figured it was an Irish dish but found out the co...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 11, 2013

Deglaze, Deglaze, Deglaze

When I first started to really like cooking, I always thought the brown stuff on the bottom of my pan was bad. I thought it was burned and I can remember trying to just scrape it off. Who knew that by adding a liquid to the hot pan, the brown stuff w...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 3, 2013

Deglaze, Deglaze, Deglaze

When I first started to really like cooking, I always thought the brown stuff on the bottom of my pan was bad. I thought it was burned and I can remember trying to just scrape it off. Who knew that by adding a liquid to the hot pan, the brown stuff w...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Mar 3, 2013

Fabric Spray Adhesive Information

Spray Adhesive has been formulated to satisfy the demands of the Craft, Textiles, Carpet and Flooring Trade and is suitable for bonding many different substrates and a wide variety of...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 27, 2013

History Of Baize Fabric

Because Baize is a fabric in the wool family, it is quite heavy and durable. Although it is commonly compared with felt, baize is actually a different type of woven...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 27, 2013

History Of Fabric

Ever since Adam & Eve were discharged from the heavens, the shame and effects of the elements have needed man to cover himself in a fabric dress. Early inventions of...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 27, 2013

Discharge Printing Fabrics

Popular in the 19th century, discharge printing fabrics involves removing dye from fabric to create a print. Overview Discharge printing is related to dyeing, but it is a slightly different...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 15, 2013

Fabric Dyeing

Fabric dyeing dates back to primitive man, when ancient people would use various materials to stain everything from animal hides to cave walls. History Although it is unclear when fabric...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 15, 2013

Fabric Importing

Here at Fabric UK we import and distribute fabrics to all areas of the UK, working directly with fabric warehouses, fabric manufactures and fabric exporters around the world. This gives us...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 15, 2013

Corporate Clients

We have a proven track record in delivering exceptional services, working with major organisations in the UK. Our key clients are primarily drawn from the education and arts sector, effectively working...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 14, 2013

Cotton Duck Fabric

Cotton duck has many different names, including “ducks,” “duck cloth” and “duck canvas.” Origins Cotton duck is a plain-woven fabric, which may also be referred to as canvas. “Duck” comes...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 14, 2013

Cotton Herringbone Tape

Cotton herringbone tape is 100% cotton and has a strong herringbone weave they are widely used, Eco-friendly, available in diffrent colours and widths, great for strengthening bag handles, fabric loops,...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 14, 2013

Direct Dyeing of Fabrics

Fabric direct dyeing refers to dyes that may be placed directly on the fabric from an aqueous solution. They are a class of hot water dyes that are used with...
by Fabric UK Blog on Feb 14, 2013

Going Gaga for Greens

Greens are scary. They aren’t the most pretty veggie in the produce department and honestly, some look like weeds. Actually one technically is but they can be some of the most nutritious food you can put into your body. Kale is considered a sup...
by Everyday Sunday Suppers on Feb 13, 2013


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