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Natalie Watts - WORCESTERSHIRE

Vibe Candy Eyelet curtains and coordinating bedding. Here bespoke made for a toddler size bed.

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Natalie Watts - WORCESTERSHIRE

Such a pretty room!

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Natalie Watts - WORCESTERSHIRE

Roar Primary bedding here, customer made.

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Natalie Watts - WORCESTERSHIRE

Roar Primary eyelet curtains, with a nickel/chrome 40mm eyelet. All pressed in place professionally in our eyelet press.

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Laura Hill - SUFFOLK

Where light is paramount and some curtain styles can have a tendency to fall into the window, even when stacked in the daytime, tiebacks solve it every time!

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Laura Hill - SUFFOLK

A great example of our pinch pleated curtains. Look how crisp each pinch is, sewn individually by hand, you can't even see the stitching. The customer is still really pleased with them years later. We made these curtains in 2010, which goes to show they've stood the test of time, 7 years later here in 2017!

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Laura Hill - SUFFOLK

Piped tiebacks are all completely hand stitched. Laura asked us to make the frog, as a feature of the tiebacks as it was her daughters favourite part of the design.

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Jo Utting - KENT

Customers are often up against tricky windows! Here is a typical quandary, but the way the customer chose to dress it, works really well. Using Moto fabric and a hidden tab top heading.

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Kate Raven - LONDON

I love the use of a simple white pole here in this room, teamed with one of our favourite fabrics, Scotties!

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Christina Sowry - YORKSHIRE

Sitting within the recess here, we have a Roman Blind, made up in Seashells Vintage. The Fabric was joined carefully at both edges of the fabric width, to allow enough fabric to cover the width of the window. With careful pattern matching this is hardly noticeable.

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Beth Baldwin - DORSET

Well the star of the show here, is Luna the gorgeous pussy cat in the centre of the picture! But for all cat lovers out there, Felix is definitely the right fabric for you!

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Beth Baldwin - DORSET

Here a simple pair of pencil pleat curtains, blackout lined. These cottage curtains are accessorised beautifully with an actual cat! Isn't she gorgeous! Luna is mimicking the print of the fabric perfectly.

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Lynne Latten - MERSEYSIDE

Traffic Jam Cobalt curtains, with blackout lining and a pencil pleat heading.

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Claire Warman - WILTSHIRE

Here we made 2 pairs of simple pencil pleat curtains, pattern matched to perfection in one of my favourite designs - Snappy Paintbox. Note here both pairs were lined in blackout, so the light spill in the day is kept to a minimum.

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Kiddywinks Curtains - EASTBOURNE

Not just for little Kiddywinks, but our big kids too. Here we used Nidderdale Onyx, a weave from Prestigious Textiles, to make up a smart Roman for this contemporary teenage den.

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Hannah Heerey - SURREY

Sixpence Lavender, laminated with blackout lining and made into a Reverse rolled, Roller blind. The window here, was quite wide at 234cm, so the fabric was joined carefully at the sides of the fabric width.

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Catherine Huby - LIVERPOOL

Pencil Pleat curtains are so versatile. Due to the gather on the tape, you can have more or less gather depending on the pole. So even if you move house you can use them for another room.

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Catherine Huby - LIVERPOOL

Ab Fab, retro flowers with a pencil pleat and blackout lining.

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Kim Russell - BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Treetops Lilac is a luxury embroidered fabric, absolutely stunning!

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Suzanne Lovelle - LINCOLNSHIRE

This pair of curtains was made up in our gorgeous Camelot fabric and trimmed with Silk Dupion. Each goblet was sewn by hand. The whole pair was interlined and blackout lined. A lot of work went into these, but it was worth every stitch for the finished result.

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Harriet Woolley - BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Eyelet curtains, mix and match cushions and bedding and a beanbag!

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Harriet Woolley - BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Our beanbag covers are always a hit!

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C.Curley

Beautiful, luxury embroidered fabric in Octopus Marine, with an Eyelet heading and blackout lining.

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C.Curley

Eyelet curtains are so easy to hang, simply thread them down the pole and your done. Featured here in Fifi.

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Louise Ashcroft - EAST SUSSEX

Treetops Candy, blackout lined and just a single width of fabric used per curtain, with a eyelet heading in nickel/chrome. Very effective on full length curtains here and the luxury embroidered fabric looks beautiful.

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Amanda Davies - SURREY

Butterfly Stripe Pink, single pinch pleated curtains, to cover 2 separate windows and blackout lined.

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Tot's Day Nursery- WATFORD

Tot's Day Nursery, required curtains to be made for 3 rooms of their nursery, each with 3 windows in them. The total drop of the curtains was 295cm, with 2 widths of fabric each side of the window. They were made with a pencil pleat heading and fitted on a track under a pelmet board. Each window had a pencil pleated valance, that covered the track. All fabric and lining were treated with FR coating, as is standard in all nurseries.

The overall impression of the Flying High fabric was fantastic. This design worked so well on a large scale and the photo shows off the pattern match perfectly.

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Tot's Day Nursery - WATFORD

Another room at Tot's Day Nursery. Same Flying High Design, but a different background colour.

Don't they look great!

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Kiddywinks Curtains - EASTBOURNE

See below a set of 4 pictures made up from the Applique Serengeti fabric.

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Renata K - LONDON

We made Renata a simple pair of pencil pleated curtains, with standard sateen lining. The fabric chosen was Bird Trail Chintz and there was only one width of fabric used each side. She was really pleased with the result.

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Lily Norman

We made 2 pairs of Eyelet curtains for Lily, both floor length. Made up in Birdhouse Aqua, with cream blackout lining and Chrome Eyelets. One pair had 2 widths of fabric each side of the window and the other larger pair had 2 1/2 widths of fabric each side. As you can see the stack back of the eyelets works really well.

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Stella Mills - NORFOLK

Here we made a pair of pencil pleated curtains, with 2 widths of fabric in each curtain. We used Flying High Cobalt fabric and lined in our standard lining. We also made a box canvas style picture featuring the red hot air balloon as the focus of the picture. The picture was made on a 50cm x 50cm canvas.

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