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Curtain Fabric

Posted by Wilbury Traveller - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Wilbury Traveller - 3 years ago

Hello English Electric - could you please email me with that person's details.   Thank you.

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Posted by english eccentric - 3 years ago

I know someone selling curtain fabrics privately, surplus to requirements.

 

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Posted by KarenH-429930 - 3 years ago

Ikea

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Posted by Wilbury Traveller - 3 years ago

Thanks to everyone who took the time to reply.   I've certainly got some interesting choices now.

WT

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Posted by G2G - 3 years ago

I have used the mill shop (https://www.the-millshop-online.co.uk) they have quality discounted fabric and offer a very fast service.  Even with delivery charge it's cheaper than buying here.  I paid £9.95 for some fabric and saw the identical in Tissus Myrtille for 29.95€ 

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Posted by Karen-381938 - 3 years ago

I would second Tissus Myrtille, but, be aware that there at least 2 other shops at St Brieuc and Rennes with the name Tissus Myrtille but not part of the group listed on the link given. Both of these run independently but have prices are similar (very reaonable) and the range is great.

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Posted by NellP-986196 - 3 years ago

Try Eurodiff, there is one in St Brieuc in the centre of town and one in Quimper.

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Posted by Wilbury Traveller - 3 years ago

Whoops - I had to write my topic twice and put Rostrenen in the first one ... seems I omitted it in the second.   Sorry, so infuriating when folk don't say where they are.

Thanks to all who replied so far.

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Posted by enthuisiasm - 3 years ago

Thank you Steve, your Emmaus is correct. A Gem of a place. Worth a visit. You can buy anything from bird cages, to kitchen units, to paintings. You name it, they have it. 

Any item you want to discard,Emmaus will collect from you.

Emmaus provides shelter to the homeless. 

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Posted by steve the painter - 3 years ago

Do you mean EMMAUS?