Thread & Loop are proud to be able to offer our customers a stunning variety of upholstery, PVC, crewel work fabric and more to help glam up your home; whether you’re using our fabric for personal projects or furniture renovation, you’re bound to be pleased with the result! It’s not too long to go until Valentine’s Day, which makes it the perfect time to start on projects for your loved ones (don’t forget about your friends and family on this day – you do love them after all!) – and what better way to do that than with some beautiful Valentine’s fabrics?!
There’s just something so cosy and welcoming about gingham, we think, which is why it’s perfect not only for those winter months, but for those among you wanting to get a bit cuddly with someone! Why not make a cushion cover with this classic print, and make that loveseat of yours that extra bit inviting!
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What says Valentine’s day better than flowers (especially roses)? This dainty print is dotted with rich pinkish-red roses, and can’t help but get us in the mood for Valentine’s Day! We think they’d be perfect some some crafty little home made Valentine’s decorations, like these DIY hearts.
If maybe you want some hearts to go with those flowers, how about this beautiful PVC check fabric? Perfect to use as a tablecloth for any romantic meals you may (or may not!) have planned for the most romantic day of the year. Even if you’re not planning on having a candle-lit meal for two, why not indulge in some self love and properly set the table for yourself, even if it’s only a takeaway!
Scottie dogs may not be the first thing that pops into your head when you think of Valentine’s Day, but this bright and flowery print just seems to fit somehow! Of course, if you or your significant other are a dog person anyway, then this fabric seems like the only sensible choice this year! We think it’d look super cute as part of an embellishment on this Valentine’s wreath, but be sure to tell us if you find a better use for this adorable print!
If you’re looking for Valentine’s fabrics that are a bit more subtle, but would still like a print that feels soft and romantic, then why not consider this stripe pattern? This print is a bit more modern and isn’t too overly ‘fluffy’ but still feels rosy enough to put some colour in your cheeks.