get inspired

See what can be achieved with digital textile printing.

Here are just a few images that we have been sent of completed projects created from our printed fabric. There is also video footage of printing some of our fabrics too.

If you would like your product featured or would like us to film your order, just let us know.

Dorothee Vogel


100% Silk Crepe de Chine

Dorothee Vogel

Le Freak c’est chic. Internationally aclaimed brand of beloved styles.


Dorothee Vogel Lose your heart.
Blouse – Upper.
Trousers – Up to date.

Fall/Winter Collection 2021/2022

Photography: Dorothee Vogel Team & Bird Imaging. Munich

Dorothee Vogel


100% Silk Crepe de Chine

Dorothee Vogel

Le Freak c’est chic. Internationally aclaimed brand of beloved styles.


Dorothee Vogel Lose your heart
Dress – Unable.

Fall/Winter Collection 2021/2022

Photography: Dorothee Vogel Team & Bird Imaging. Munich

Caitlin Evans

Caitlin Evans


Silcott Heavy Satin (40% Silk 60% Cotton)

Caitlin Evans

Hand painted busy, colourful designs inspired by florals.

How about making a lampshade? It’s a tricky thing to do and needs specialist treatment.

Caitlin creates a range of textile products for interiors, including lampshades and cushions.


To see more of Caitlin’s art prints, silk scarves, headbands and accessories visit her website.

Julia Ogden

Landscape artist Julia Ogden turns her paintings into scarves.

She has selected 100% Silk Light Twill in 2 different sizes. A popular square 90 x 90cm to a long 46cm x 120cm.


Johanna Fleming

Johanna is an artist and designer, based in Glasgow. She specialises in hand illustrated Fine Art pieces that she digitises to create unique textile peices from.

See more from Johanna here.

Kirsty Wright


100% Silk Satin

What a wonderful outcome for textile printing in luxurios 100% Silk Satin too. These stylish face masks are super soft and handmade. 

Take a look at Kirsty’s instagram @inkclothuk and her Etsy shop to see more of her joyful repeat patterns.

Kirsty Wright

max made me do it

Beautiful interiors are created from hand painted illustrations printed on our Poly Medium Pile Velvet. 

Check out the finished Palm Blush Velvet cushion, available on the Max Made Me Do It website.

Hannah Weedon

Our ‘new website’ promotion winner Hannah Weedon, selected our 100% Silk Light Twill as her preferred fabric to print these gorgeous ditsy repeat patterns.


Our 100% Silk Twill 18mm is a firm favourite of Sikaa

Her latest collection Femme Essence, offers floral print dresses and luxurious silk layers for style and comfort.

Clare Haggas

Scarf Fabric

Our soft Wool Fino fabric makes a comforting scarf.


Machine Pin Hem on two opposite sides and Fringe hem on the remaining two sides.

Clare Haggas

Unique wildlife artist creates scarves from her original paintings. 

Clare Haggas:

Design Union

printed textile


100% Silk Dupion

Design Union

Eileen Gleeson and her team of textile designers create inspiring contemporary print designs for fashion and interiors.

Concept and Design: Eileen Gleeson & Design Union,
Photography: Jane Hilton,
Creative Styling: Katerina Dipla, @katerina.textiles
Hair & Make-up: Victoria Poland,

loonigans london


Loonigans London

Designers of a mix of the best festival looks.

Regenesis Light Satin

Made from recycled plastic bottles, this is a supper soft, silky fabric. 


Tiger repeat pattern

Loonigans London:

Photography: Lucy Rose Tindall @Lucyrosetindall
Make-up: Alex Knights @alexandraknightmua

Marketing with The SIlk Bureau Ltd

scarf willies


Single bagged scarf.


100% Silk 12MM Light Satin

Marketing promotion: The SIlk Bureau Ltd
Photography: Sharon Reynolds
Concept & Design: Sharon Reynolds

For a twillie template, visit our ‘How would you wear yours?’ post. 

The Curious Department - Interiors

curious dept chair


Polyester Medium Pile Velvet

Curious Department

The Curious Department is a UK-based design studio and online boutique that specialises in the creation of quality art & prints, and luxurious  home accessories, designed in England, and created in the UK


Chair upholstered in Electric Blue Lagoon pattern designed by The Curious Department. 

curious dept

Concept & Design: The Curious Department.
Upholstery: Upholstery Bee

Printing Scarves


The processes involved in digital textile printing causes the original fabric to shrink. If you are printing scarves, the size of the finished product will be important to you. For example, if you have square artwork, you will be expecting your finished scarf to be square!

To get the printed fabric closer to the size you need, all fabric intended for scarves must go through an extra step to reshape it. Please allow extra time on your deadlines to allow for this process. 

Let us introduce you to the …


The stenter is an enormous piece of machinery that has many uses, including coating our fabrics and reshaping scarf orders.

After travelling through a solution to soften the fabric, it then passes over a flat bed, gripped on the selvedge edges to pull it back into shape. 

It’s a long and precise process that needs to be carefully monitored.

Shrinkage Disclaimer

If you have selected to use our hemming service, we will check the stentered fabric for you before we begin to finish your scarves. If you are not using our service, it’s up to you to check the size BEFORE you cut out the individual scarves from the fabric length. We cannot re-size after your scarves have been cut out.