Custom Duchess Satin Printing
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- ≥ 0.5 m2: $84/sq m
- ≥ 3 m2: $54/sq m 35.7% Discount
- ≥ 10 m2: $50/sq m 40.5% Discount
- ≥ 20 m2: $48/sq m 42.9% Discount
- ≥ 30 m2: $46/sq m 45.2% Discount
- ≥ 40 m2: $44/sq m 47.6% Discount
- ≥ 50 m2: $40/sq m 52.4% Discount
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A custom Duchess Satin fabric, which is defined by its stunning, shiny face. This satin fabric is made of a poly-based draw-texturised yarn, tightly woven and constructed using a satin weave. It is this structure, which creates a smooth and luxurious face with a supportive matt backing. It is a truly beautiful fabric to work with. This is a replacement of cotton and cotton-blend yarns with very low moisture content and a thread-count of 217 x 78.
- Max Print: 1.44m, Weight: 200gsm
- Properties: soft, shiny, opaque
- Luxury sateen faced heavy textile
- Design bespoke Duchess Satin fabric UK
- No minimum & wholesale discount
All three of these are in the satin family, being constructed of satin weaves, they all have a shimmery exterior. The only real differences are the weights, with the Lucent weighing 120gsm, Duchess weighing 200gsm and Monroe weighing 160gms. The only noticeable visible attribute is the fluidity of the lightest being the most malleable and the heaviest being the stiffest.
Duchess Satin has a great drape and is very hardy. This is true even when it is forced into positions where the fabric should stay creased. Once laid flat and smoothed over with the hand our custom print satin returns to its original state very quickly and creases are no longer noticeable.
To preserve the quality of the digital print, we don’t recommend ironing directly onto the fabric. We suggest putting a clean cloth between the print and the iron to avoid the fabric or colours becoming compromised. An alternative is to iron the fabric on the reverse and setting the temperature of the iron to low.