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Corduroy Fabrics

Corduroy fabric is the perfect choice for making robust, durable children’s clothing for girls and boys. Cord fabric has long been used in clothing, often used for making strong, durable clothes for workmen. This is a fabric that has proven itself to be long-lasting and robust. This is important when making trousers for kids - you need something that can stand up to all that movement and constant washing. Cord fabrics don’t just have to be plain, you can also get a range of patterned cord.

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  • Fine Corduroy 3

    Fine Corduroy 3
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmnavy100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 7

    Fine Corduroy 7
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmburgundy100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 18

    Fine Corduroy 18
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmgrey100%Cotton
  • Wide Corduroy 12

    Wide Corduroy 12
    from £ 13.95/m
    142 cmgrey100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 15

    Fine Corduroy 15
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmlilac100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 19

    Fine Corduroy 19
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmdark brown100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 12

    Fine Corduroy 12
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmmustard100%Cotton
  • Large Corduroy 7

    Large Corduroy 7
    from £ 13.95/m
    142 cmpink100%Cotton
  • Corduroy Csill...

    Corduroy Csillag 3
    £ 13.95/m
    £ 8.99/m
    145 cmpurple100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 13

    Fine Corduroy 13
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmyellow100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 17

    Fine Corduroy 17
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmbeige100%Cotton
  • Large Corduroy 2

    Large Corduroy 2
    from £ 13.95/m
    142 cmoffwhite100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 6

    Fine Corduroy 6
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmhot pink100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 20

    Fine Corduroy 20
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmterracotta100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 21

    Fine Corduroy 21
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmslate grey100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 8

    Fine Corduroy 8
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmapple green100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 4

    Fine Corduroy 4
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmpink100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 14

    Fine Corduroy 14
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmorange100%Cotton
  • Corduroy Dots 4

    Corduroy Dots 4
    from £ 11.95/m
    145 cmnavy100%Cotton
  • Corduroy Dots 8

    Corduroy Dots 8
    from £ 11.95/m
    145 cmlight green100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 16

    Fine Corduroy 16
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmoffwhite100%Cotton
  • Corduroy Sleep...

    Corduroy Sleepy Owl 2
    £ 13.95/m
    £ 8.99/m
    145 cmpetrol100%Cotton
  • Corduroy Dots 5

    Corduroy Dots 5
    from £ 11.95/m
    145 cmpink100%Cotton
  • Fine Corduroy 11

    Fine Corduroy 11
    from £ 8.95/m
    145 cmdark olive100%Cotton
  • Corduroy Dots 6

    Corduroy Dots 6
    from £ 11.95/m
    145 cmsignal red100%Cotton

Baby cord or large-scale cord - where's the difference?


Cord fabric
comes in a range of different finishes and is categorised based on how many velvety ribs are in 10cm of fabric. The finest cord is known as baby cord, or fine cord. Corduroy with between 25 and 40 ribs over 10cm is called Manchester or Genoa cord, while large-scale cord with less than 10 ribs is called jumbo cord. You can buy everything from baby cord to jumbo cord by the metre in our online shop.

Working with cord - see what's important

When working with cord, it’s important to keep an eye on the direction of the grain. You can feel the direction of the grain with your fingertip. Just stroke the fabric gently along the edge. If the little fibres move easily, that’s the right direction; they put more resistance when moved in the wrong direction. Jumbo cord should be cut with the grain, while baby cord should be cut against the grain. Make sure that the bottom edges of each pattern piece go in the same direction. This will guarantee a good flow between all the pieces of your cord garment.