From reupholstering an ottoman to creating cute curtains for a boy's room our Flying Ducks fabric is perfect for any wildlife inspired craft projects you have for your home.
Inspired by the iconic Flying Ducks 1970's wall art, our hand drawn Mallard Ducks fly across a blue background to create this modern fabric with a retro twist.
CUSTOM FABRIC COLOUR - If you love our fabric design but would like a different background colour, you can!
Simply select the custom option on the length of fabric and let us know the background colour number you would like from our colour chart (shown in our pictures) via our custom colour box. (You can view all of the colours shown in our colour chart across our fabric range so if you'd like our Flying Ducks design with the background of our Magpie fabric get in touch and we'll let you know which number it is on the colour chart)! Please note our custom fabric colour option is an additional £10 and we strongly advise you order a sample first.
£48 per metre, available in a fat quarter (72cm x 50cm) and 1/2 metres lengths up to 3. 5 metres (please contact us if you wish to place an order of more than 3.5 metres).
Sample swatches are available to order at a cost of £2, sent by 2nd class post on receipt of order. Custom colour samples are printed to order and have a 3 week delivery time.
Simply select the length of fabric you require from the dropdown menu.
As our fabric is printed to order delivery is 3 weeks from receipt of order.
Our Flying Ducks Fabric is printed to order in the UK on 100% cotton drill, measures 148cm wide and is dry clean only.
Weight: 255gsm, Thread count: 96x48
Designed in Martha's Snug Sheffield Studio, printed in the UK.
If you love our Flying Ducks fabric as curtains or blinds, we can make them for you! Simply get in contact via email at email@example.com and we'll arrange a bespoke quote.
Please be aware our fabrics have not been treated with fire retardant chemicals, therefore like most textiles they will burn if exposed to direct heat or flame. We recommend using a fire retardant lining when undertaking any upholstery projects.