Can printed colours vary from those I can see on my screen?

Colours you see on your computer screen may differ from real colours that you find on printed materials. This is a result of your screen calibration as well as print technology, physical features and interaction of pigment and fabric.

Note that blank samples have different shades of white – fabrics can be lighter or darker. It also has an influence on final colours of print.

Printing on fabrics is much more complicated than standard print on paper. Colours on fabric are usually a bit lighter than the same separations printed on regular white paper.

If you want to know what the final result will be like or you hadn’t ordered the pattern before, order a sample to make the product meet your expectations.

There might be a slight difference in printed colours between the fabric batches. We always do our best to make our production repetitive but it might happen the fabric differs between batches and that’s why, colour reproduction on the same fabric within different batches may be marginally distinct.

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