Velvet Fabric - Velour & Chenille

Luxurious and attractive in style, our velvet fabric offer sumptuous fashion in easy to use widths and lengths. Whether a velvet gown is your idea of perfection or you're looking for a suitable luxe way to decorate an event or interior, the velvet and velour fabrics we offer will be a perfect choice. With a variety of different colours and types available, these fabrics are adaptable to any scenario or style.
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  1. Cotton Pile Fire Retardant Velvet, 350 g/m², Black
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
  2. Cotton Pile Fire Retardant Velvet, 350 g/m², Blue
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
  3. Cotton Pile Fire Retardant Velvet, 350 g/m², Red
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
  4. Cotton Pile Fire Retardant Velvet, 350 g/m², Wine
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
  5. Cotton Pile Velvet, 330 g/m², Alpine Green
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
  6. Cotton Pile Velvet, 330 g/m², Canton
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
  7. Cotton Pile Velvet, 330 g/m², Celedon
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
  8. Cotton Pile Velvet, 330 g/m², Damson
    Regular Price £22.00 per metre Special Price £16.50 per metre
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About Velvet Fabric

Velvet is a soft and visually heavy fabric which can be made from either natural or synthetic fibers like silk, cotton, polyester and/or viscose. Velvet can often appear more dense and smoother than chenille.

How Our Customers Use Velvet


Our customers use velvet in many different ways, but some of the most popular uses are for furniture and accessories, with its soft, textured feel it is popular for pillows and accents, curtains, headboards and more. FYI - Silk velvet hangs and drapes nicely whilst cotton velvet is often stronger and more durable.



Customers also use velvet fabric for all sorts of clothing - gowns, skirts, dresses and tops. Although velvet is usually associated with special occasions, many customers are now using it for more than just formal wear. They are actually using velvet to add a little more glam to their everyday look.

Velvet Fabric: Our Final Thoughts


It’s important to remember that velvet materials can be delicate and are not always the easiest to clean. Velvet fabric needs looking after, so be gentle and treat it well and you won’t regret using it!