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    Hi
    I need to buy some supplies in the new year firstly lining
    I have a jones and co account and now evans textiles
    what do u all use ? preferable one that doesn't need alot of ironing
    many thanks
    lss

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    Re: curtain lining

    I use a 100% cotton sateen with a crease resistant finish.
    Louise


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    • #3
      Re: curtain lining

      Hi we use a company called Bancroft they offer a very good service and are competitively priced ,we tend to use a teflon coated anti -crease lining which dosent need ironing although it sometimes needs a press just to tidy it up a bit before going out to the customer
      ali x

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        Re: curtain lining

        I still love my Evapure Crease Resist for curtains and Non-Crease Resist for Romans though Penny has been less than happy with the weave of hers....

        The MEGA thing I have learned is to press as little as possible. I don't bother ironing CR linings at all as, when hung, any little wrinkles disappear by the time I'm ready to leave after hanging.

        The less 'handled' the fabric is, the better it looks IMHO.

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        • #5
          Re: curtain lining

          I use Evans DB1. I have tried others but, in my humble opinion, this is the best I have tried.
          From Jo

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